I implemented a long overdue
fix for the Music Videos
section, changing from a widget/player powered by
the long dead/comatose Revver to one powered by
I released a new single last
month, To Strive and Not to Yield.
(details and samples available on the left side
of this page).
I added a 3 synth recording of
the classic Yankee Doodle
to the free
I added a new song entitled After
Halloween to the free downloads
section. Hopefully you'll find it scary.
I added a second library to the
Free Sound Libraries section. Library #2 consists of 12
single sampled virtual percussion instruments.
Both libraries are available for free under the
terms of the Creative Commons Sampling Plus License.
I added a new song entitled Song
474 to the free downloads
section. It was created using only one sample,
which I plan to include (along with others) in my
next free sound library.
On another subject, there's a new short clip
in the music videos
section entitled Colony
Seeding. Stuart Whitmore created
the footage, and I added the sound track to go
I added an
experimental/percussion/synth song entitled Tavern
in the Haunted Woods to the free downloads
A new song entitled Deep
Below the Surface has been added to
downloads section. It's a
synth/percussion piece with a somewhat mysterious
I skipped ahead a little (well,
actually a lot) in my ongoing public domain sheet
music scanning project to add the song Hail
to the Chief (pg.440 &441) from
the 1909 book Heart Songs. I wanted to get it online in advance
of the inauguration of (soon-to-be) President
Please note that the lyrics in
the version I've scanned are from an earlier
version honoring a Scottish Chieftain, rather
than those of the version honoring American
presidents, although as the words are usually not
sung I don't know that it matters a great deal.
Fifteen more pages from the
1911 song book Pentecostal Hymns, Nos 5 and 6 Combined have been added to the Public Domain Sheet Music section.
I added MP3 versions of several
of my songs to the free downloads
section. I hope to get around to posting MP3
versions of all of them eventually. (The Ogg and
WMA versions are still there too, of course).