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It’s been a long while since posting so I should update.
I have been getting a lot of “Notice of intention to obtain compulsory license” from some big hitters like Amazon digital media, itunes, and 3 or 4 more. This is so they can use my music and I can get paid. I still haven’t seen a ASCAP check yet but it’s still early.
I also placed “Surf Hard!” in the feature film dark comedy “They want Dick Dickster”
It has been quite a while since I last posted anything here, and I have to say my talents as an administrator are virtually non-existent.
After I thought I had all my cues properly uploaded to the fantastic music licensing companies that were gracious enough to accept my music, I waited.
It wasn’t until 7 months later I figured “I can’t suck so bad that I am not getting any love from these guys” did I realize the errors of my above mentioned non-existent administrative skills, that I hadn’t pulled the trigger to upload my stuff. My Homer Simpson moment DOH!
In the meantime, I have licensed a few tunes and one of them has been licensed twice already.
Had a nice note from Robert Shafer-Actor on NBC’s “The Office” who Licensed a country tune from me.
He is working on an Indie Film called “THEY WANT DICK DIXTER!” about a hack horror film director who is forced to direct porn. That’s pretty funny to me, and I am flattered he would license my work.
I would certainly love to score something for him.
That’s about it for now. I hit the studio nearly every day, and work until I start making stupid mistakes.
But in the words of George Patton, God help me I love it.
Ok, I admit it, I’m musically lonely. It’s not that I can do it all by myself, but I miss other players feel. You know, the kind that make you smile when you play with them. Sometimes it’s the way a drummer will “Pull it back” into a better, deeper, more comfortable pocket.
Stay tuned for the next chapter!