The Baltimore Museum of Art has put out a call for Baltimore-based musicians for its smartphone-guided tour. It’s a cool idea and I’ll be working with some Baltimore folks to craft some music. The details are here.
In other news, it looks like I may be doing some music for a documentary on air hockey. That should be fun and I’m looking forward to seeing the final cut.
The Henchman’s War is wrapping up which means that, in a couple of months, I’ll sit down to score for it. I hope. Here’s the trailer, for which I did the music:
In a few weeks, I should get my MaKey MaKey. I’m looking forward to making some sort of controller out of it. I recently emailed with the creator’s brother, named Beau, oddly enough, and he gave me some technical hints on how to get the device to do what I’d like it to do. Potentially, I could hook it up to read me the weather and time from bed. But I have a smartphone, so… no need for that nonsense. Maybe I’ll make a musical drinking game. Who knows.
Fuzzy Panda Recording Company has my most recent solo album available for free download until June 24, which is my dad’s 70th birthday. It’s all guitar.
And, finally, I am trying to finish an album, which hasn’t happened in way too long.