In the summer of 2008, I worked on a film with my friend and colleague Max Coyote Nova on a film called The Shaman’s Apprentice. It was accepted to the Moondance Film Festival in Estes Park, and just won an award for Best Score! Max, Neal and I all worked together on recording and creating [...]
Archive for August, 2009
So much is happening! I’m excited to say that I’ve just downloaded a stat-tracking plugin, and Google is helping me with readership! It’s great to know that isn’t just sitting on the internet without traffic or interest. I thought I’d add a “contact” tab to the blog for the time being, in case anyone wants [...]
Thanks to Paul Hembree, who worked for Pendulum New Music and for the Boulder Laptop Orchestra (BLOrk) to get these videos on the web and so professional. (Please forgive the audio quality – it is YouTube. I’ll try to have better MPEGs up as soon as I can.) Apotheosis for Solo Violin, for violin and [...]
I thought I would just take a moment to advertise my YouTube channel, Wheeler Sounds. I post a lot of my experiments there, and they usually end up here, but you can also look at my subscriptions and favorites for interesting stuff. Thanks!
While I was in Oregon a couple of weeks ago with my family, I was tuned in to my mother’s satellite radio, listening to the classical station (I had been listening to the Top 40 station, but the I realized they literally only play about 40 songs) when a rare recording came on. It was [...]