For commercial application, not withstanding any subsequent agreement or attachment, title to goods or services does not pass until paid for in full, and, no liability attaches to this party for any contractual unfullfillment.
Born in Cork City, Ireland in 1953, schooled in Wales, and worked around Europe, I am aiming to create some musical significance in the forseeable future.
I have a BSc. degree in 'computer science', and an MSc. in 'music and technology'.
With one album recorded (2010, Tautological Love) and another one being finalised, I am wishing to enter the business of writing sound also for gaming and advertising industries commencing in 2013..2014, unless commissioned more urgently..
The picture above shows some of my work area. I use Cubase 4/5/6, ProTools and WaveLab, and numerous other music software packages.
Parties interested in licensing those music pieces on this website, or to effect commision of a more specific piece are requested to contact, initially by email.
I hope that you enjoy the music, for which contacted and evaluating parties may consider themselves licensed to download and listen to. WAV files may be available by request. At this time of writing (October 2013) as a musician I am unsigned.
Session recordings for guitar, and other instrumentations via midi may be agreeable, and effected at least across the internet. Turnaround times can be very quick, as there are many 'stock item' sounds which have been prepared for quick integration, for example on guitar. Any order may be given very high priority for refinement to your requirements and completion.
Session recording may also be effected at location for which agreements and preparation would be prerequisite to any attendance.
Existing sound tracks shown on the Music page may be transactable individually and or modifiable to client requirements by agreement, especially for advertising projects. Sound tracks may be effected to order.
Direct audio visual communications may be effected via Skype, which can be arranged initially via email.