Monthly Archives: April 2014

April 11th – Pixel Piracy!

I’m very happy to announce that I’ve just signed on to compose the music for Quadro Delta’s first title, Pixel Piracy!  Pixel Piracy is a side-scrolling 2d, real time strategy/sandbox/simulation game and I can’t wait to begin writing sea shanties galore!


You can find out more about Pixel Piracy here:

As always, I’ll be documenting my progress as the score develops & will be sharing my thoughts, audio excerpts, & video clips! Thanks for reading & get your peg-legs ready to dance to some Pirate tunes :)

April 7th – What does a Carnotaurus sound like?


You hear a twig snap off in the distance & halt your pursuit of the lone Gallimimus. Slinking down lower to the ground you realize that you’re not the only hunter stalking this naive prehistoric chicken. As you duck behind the cover of a tree, you catch a glimpse of this guy sniffing the air hungrily.


You can see the “Aha!” moment in his eyes & he lets out an excited heart-stopping roar. Poor Gallimimus never had a chance…

The Carnotaurus is one of our larger carnivorous predators in ‘The Stomping Land’ & creating the sounds for him were a blast.  So fun in fact, that I made a video to share a bit of my process!