Sunday, December 26, 2010

A Nice Review of the Sealed Fates Score

Randall D. Larson at has reviewed Ronnie Doyles "compelling" score for Sealed Fates. Here are some quotes:
SEALED FATES is quite a good score that evokes and maintains a cool atmosphere of fatalism as it progresses.

The score conveys an interesting texture throughout...[b]ut above all is the dominating pattern of Doyle’s primary theme, which propels the score along with a slow yet relentless cadence.

You can find the full review here.

And you can find the score at

Congratulations, Ronnie!

Friday, December 3, 2010

Theme Song for The Fixer

The ever-prolific Lee Doll has a new series about to debut called The Fixer. In addition to the usual production team of Lee himself, Rob Long, and Jeff Herberger, one of my oldest friends, Steve Rifkin, wrote the screenplay (and also has a cameo). It stars Brian St. August and Sealed Fates alum Al Guy (who also did stunt choreography). As usual, I'm doing some visual effects. Looking forward to it.
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