I’ve started a YouTube Channel for my Sound of Picture songs. I think this type of music thrives when combined with imagery. In this case, I’m breaking form by pairing the music to moving images instead of simply photos.
Furthermore, I’ve started composing ambient music which will be deployed as per usual via the Sound of Picture podcast. Two of the compositions, “Rubber Molecules” and “Electron Map” are featured in the following:
I think of them as antiviral videos simply because they require a different sort of attention span than YouTube tends to nurture. But, perhaps the HD resolution will delight in an unexpected way on the “People’s Tele”. So, subscribe (push that yellow button), no?
Hello folks, Happy New Year!
Well it’s a new year and I’ve resolved to try some new things. First on the list is bandcamp, basically a site that works as efficiently and cleanly for music as Vimeo does for video. That is to say, hop on over and download the first two collections of Sound Of Picture (each one packing in 20 songs) in up-to-CD quality for FREE.
And all you budding filmakers, put me to work in your masterpieces!
ps. For this body of work I’ve started using my own name in an effort to appear more professional to those who would disregard a bear.Â More new things to come… I’m going to switch it up a little with the podcast. xo -P