About The Author

Hello and welcome to my website. I'm a bit of a musician, gamer, and nerd. I am sharing quite a bit of music and soundtrack stuff on this site. Though I game, I play the least amount of games compared to my wife and kids, and it's usually stuff like classic doom mods on my laptop while my wife is driving somewhere.

My day job (well, night/morning job) is the United States Postal Service. There I had actually stepped beyond any comfort zone I ever had and was a badass supervisor for exactly one year before finally stepping down. I'd rather do shit like this. In this timeframe I was able to buy a nice house for my wife and kids I can thankfully still afford. They're the main gamers now, and are pretty excited that their dad's music has graced a real game on their Nintendo Switches.

I've also wanted to dabble in game design myself but all I have are bad primitive doom levels, primitive clickteam fusion clones, and a Super Mario Bros rom with different levels. My weapon of choice for making music for digital audio workstation is ACID, which I've upgraded and owned since 2000. For softsynth/piano roll I use the now defunct ORION. My guitar is a black Gibson M-III from like 1994/5. My first keyboard I used for the early noise vaults was a Yamaha PSR-220 from somewhere like walmart. I have yet to buy my new modern REAL synthsizer hardware.







I have a strange love for old technology mediums, such as floppy disks and zip disks. Actually, at the time of writing this, I just have the disks. All my drives went out and I'm about to burn all these fuckers!

Anyways, I adapted to newer technology and collecting way too much of that instead. I still own plenty of pre-recorded and blank cassettes. Mostly I archive guitar riffs for later listening and using. This way I'm not pressing keys and clicking on the computer and instead getting the raw deal.

Pictured in the second row are business card USB's in a small file cabinet, media booklets I got that are like library audio cds, only I have my own stuff in them like games, and thirdly, the same thing only armaray cases (the size of dvds) that hold ten discs.

I most recently have purchased a blu-ray burner and do not regret the costs at all. The bottom row cases all hold 96 discs, and the red one is full of doom stuff.


I journal, sort of. When I'm at work, a passenger in a car, comfortable about it, or places where there's nothing to do, I'm jotting down millions of ideas to like 20 something projects over and over in different ways with updated ideas. I am on pocket journal #148 since July of 2010.

These journals as well as my larger more normal looking journals house notes, ideas, music plans, lyrics, web design, game ideas, reminders, doom levels, work notes, and completely off the wall random stuff sometimes. Since I really don't feel like travelling out to the garage right now that second screenshot should be a good enough representation of the 147 other pocket journals. Honestly aside from even the massive stash of pocket journals, I have way too many. It's a sickness, I tell you!






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DVDS MADE OF STONE


PROJECT WARLOCK SHADOWBOX


FLASH DRIVE SUITCASE


ID SOFT, SIGNED BY ROMERO


MIDI & CURVED MONITOR, 29"


CANVAS DRAWERS FULL OF MISC STUFF


RANDOM JOURNAL PAGE FOR SITE


FRIDGE FULL OF ENERGY DRINKS & BOOZE


MP3 FOLDERS ON A SHARED MIX USB WITH WIFE


RECORD PLAYER AND HANDMADE LIBRARY SHELF


MEDIA SHELF. THOUSANDS OF DISCS!


AN OKAY SHOT OF MY PREVIOUS OFFICE/STUDIO


ONE OF MY FAVORITE PICS MY BEAUTIFUL WIFE TOOK OF US