Here I am. My full featured video called, "They Call Me Sway". A bit of self deprecating fun. Yet a serious tune that combines many of my HipHop, Blues, Soul, Rock, and R&B influences. What??? This middle aged white guy thinks he can rap lol.
Here's a little tune using some more traditional sounds and instrumentation called "Waltz A Mile In My Shoes". Includes piano, acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, wind synths, drums, and upright bass. All played by yours truly.
Here's a new studio track called "Static Motions". It's full of guitars, wind synths, keyboards, and drums. It starts ethereal and ends funky. All instruments played by yours truly.
Here's a new studio track called "Underscores". A light, mellow, and uplifting composition. All instruments, including drums, are perform by yours truly.
Here's some old school prog rock I'm calling "Broken Defenses". All the main guitars are played via the Fractal FM9. Bass and guitar synths via the Boss SY-1000. I programed the drums on Logic Pro X Drum Designer.
Guys, if you've ever gotten on one knee and proposed the big question to the love of your life, this song is for you. I did this many years ago on a far away beach much like the one pictured here. It was my whole shot at a new life. Best thing I've ever done. This song is dedicated to my Wife with love. Thank you for watching and your support, TJ
What lies beneath the stairs? You may wish not to know. Find out soon enough.
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New studio track here. Time to dispel negative energy and bring on the positives vibes. Feeling good my friends.
Here's a jam that features the Roland Aerophone Pro, Arturia PolyBrute, and guitar with the Fractal FM3. I call it "Intersections".
Here's a new studio track called "Beyond Return". I pretty much have thrown the kitchen sink into this jam. Thick driving sounds. Plus some trippy visuals to keep your eyes bugged out.
Here's some ground and aerial videography of Schuylkill River Park in Philadelphia, PA. With all original music created with the Kodamo EssenceFM synthesizer. Some post processing was used.
Here's a new track featuring all sounds from the Waldorf Iridium. Also with aerial drone footage of the Delaware River from the Camden, NJ waterfront.
Here's a short symphonic composition using only the Black Corporation Xerxes synthesizer. Some post processing (compression, delay, reverb) was added. Aerial drone footage of the morning sunrise is included for your viewing pleasure.
Take care and be safe at home. Because stuff happens without reason.
Making It Right
Don't Kill My Chill