This is all old archived material I do not update any more. For my current guitar work, please visit my Facebook page.
"Shadow Beings." [Music Composition]. On Music from SEAMUS: 20 Year Anniversary 1984-2004 (2007) [Compact Disk]. Baton Rouge: Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States. EAM-2006-2. My pieceShadow Beings was selected to be part of the CD
Music from SEAMUS: 20 Year Anniversary 1984-2004. EAM-2006-2.
"SEAMUS’ Dog House." [Music Composition]. Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States 2006 Electroclip Contest.
"Shadow Beings." [Music Composition]. Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States 2006 Electroclip Contest.
"2001-1." [Music Composition]. Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States 2001 National Conference. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 1-3, 2001. I got a piece accepted to the SEAMUS sound clip competition
2001-1. [Music Composition]. Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States 2001 National Conference. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 1-3, 2001.
Background Track (2009) for a full sail promotional video.
Kira Jones and Chazz Avery posted a recording with me playing the Mandolin on their song
Blood on the River.
Adored © 2003 Rhonda Marinis (AKA Stella Vyne) and Richard Repp.
She cried when we wrote it and it still makes me tear up.
Performances of Note
The GSU Digital Music Ensemble (your's truly on guitar synthesizer) did two concerts in January.
Georgia Southern University Digital Music Ensemble. Technology Institute for Music Educators
Southern Regional and Georgia Music Educators Association 2007 In-Service Conferences.
The Savannah International Trade and Convention Center, January 26, 2007.
Digital Music. Performing Arts Center, Statesboro GA, January 31, 2007.
Recordings (Rough, right off the soundboard, no overdubs).
Whazzuponatime (Live) (John Freeman, composer) Blackbird (Live) (McCartney)
Godspell. (Guitar). Playmakers Civic Theatre. July 2002. Port Clinton, Ohio
|I did a presentation on guitar synthesizers at the Association for Technology in Music Instruction Conference in September 2006.
Here is the PowerPoint and a short video clip.
Jesus Christ Superstar. (Guitar). Playmakers Civic Theatre. July 11-14, 18-21, 25-28, 2001. Port Clinton, Ohio.
Two tracks with me playing guitar synthesizer live, straight off the soundboard with no overdubs
Overture (Live) from Jesus Christ Superstar and La Villa Strangiato (Live) (Rush).
Certified Pro Tools Operator (Music).
Full Sail Univerty
Winter Park, FL (2010)
Recording Engineering and Music Production Program (2000)
Studio Maintenance and Troubleshooting Program (2001)
Advanced Recording Engineering and Music Production Program (2001)
NewTech Computer-Based Audio Production Program (2001)
The Recording Workshop
TI:ME Certified Instructor
Technology Institute for Music Educators
Wynettte, PA (2001)
Concentration in Arts Technology)
Illinois State University
Normal, IL (1996)
Media I Produced
Space-A: Air National Guard of the South. (2006). [Executive Producer]. Available from http://bandofthesouth.org/ContactUs.aspx. Space-A: Air National Guard of the South. Here are two original songs:
Space-A Opener and When I'm in Line.
Paul Czech: 7 Songs. (2007). [Executive Producer]. Available from http://cdbaby.com Paul Czech: 7 Songs. Cuts: Zealot and Time and Space.
I co-executive produced (with Philip Terrell) 5 student albums at Alabama State University.
I produce a monthly virtual concert of music from my students. The concert is the fourth week of every month at 3 PM Eastern and again at 8 PM in Second Life, here.
The Digital Music Concert on February 22 was a huge success!
Artist Megan Jacobs helped us out with the video.
In the Fall of 2003, I got a new job at Georgia Southern University.
I produced a concert of electronic music including:
Most of my musical effort went into producing and recording ensembles.
We played a concert at OMEA/TI:ME
“Terra Electronic Music Ensemble and Terra Faculty Music Ensemble.” [Performance and Information Session]. Ohio Music Education Association in Conjunction with the National Conference of the Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME). Columbus, Ohio, February 1-3, 2001.