Music +

A Lifelong Work in Progress

Music is where I sharpen the saw. I went to Berklee College of Music, (arguably one of the best music schools in the world) on a scholarship. Since then I’ve written music for Disney, Apple, NBC and a bunch of other stuff. Along the way I became quite good at production and music software (scroll down). I release my own music under namnes Space Dozer, Day of Radiance and Horizon Watcher.

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Space Dozer
One of my favorite projects. Space Dozer mixes the best parts of improvised free music with beats and Ableton Live realtime manipulations. Everything we do with this project is recorded live and edits afterward are kept to a minimum. Bass player Tony Green is a childhood friend of mine from Colorado and we have been making music together in one way or another since we were 10 years old. Click Apple Music or Bandcamp icons in the footer...

Training

I redesigned the Apple Certified Logic training program worldwide. Near the end of the project I was asked to teach 2 three day Logic courses at Apple headquarters in Cupertino to demonstrate the changed approach. It makes me sick with fear even now. They offered me a position in Hollywood so I think it went well. After I left Apple I began making training content with macprovideo and I've now done over 800 tutorials. A few of them are free and I’ve posted them below. My main focus still is helping the ordinary musician get musical results as quickly as possible. I also built niche (XTreme Series) showing advanced users how to exploit the design limits of audio software.