At the time of writing, I’m 38 episodes into making ComposerCast. I’ve been using Notion to plan and document all the episodes and releases so far. (If you haven’t used Notion before, it’s an all-in-one flexible workspace for yourself and… Read More »Podcast Management Template
Check out the blog to keep up to date with everything I’m doing. I like to write about music and games so I hope you find something useful or entertaining. If you prefer audio, I also create a podcast called ComposerCast where you can listen to me chat about music theory, composing, video games and even some interviews.
I started keeping a blog just so I could remember all the things I’ve done. I also thought it might be interesting to look back on in the future to see how much I’ve progressed. Documenting the process is something I feel is really important. It helps others to see the mistakes I’ve made and avoid the pitfalls themselves.
If there’s anything you find interesting or want to ask me about, feel free to contact me or get in touch on one of the many social media platforms. You’ll find all the social links at the bottom of this page.
At the time of writing, there are 2 days left to purchase the itch.io Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality with 1,658 games. All proceeds are donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and Community Bail Fund split 50/50. There are so many… Read More »VR games in the Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality
We’re on a lockdown in the UK. All the pubs and restaurants are closed. You barely remember what your friends’ faces look like. You’ve been told to distance yourself from everyone except the people in your household (if you’re (un)lucky… Read More »Combat the Lockdown Blues with Virtual Reality
This is probably the most flexible way to handle multiple audio streams using single computer setup
This is an old song by Stephen C. Foster that my grandparents like to sing together.