Category Archives: sound design

ArTex Funding, Tug Of War V6


2D animation commercial for ArTex Funding, created in Adobe Animate (Adobe Flash) and Adobe After Effects.

ArTex Funding, Tug Of War V6

RED the band at The RockBox,


RED the band at The RockBox, San Antonio. April 4 2018.

1223 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205

With Lacey Sturm, Righteous Vendetta and Messer.


Voice by Matt Kordelski




John Williams Documentary

Star Wars – Music by John Williams Rare 1980 Documentary


A documentary on the amazing John Williams. He scored most of the great movie epics of the last 30 years: Jaws, Close Encounters, Raiders of the Lost Ark and all its sequels, Star Wars and all its sequels!

His music is the best part of anything that he has worked on.

Williams score brought the fear and dread of the impending shark attacks in Jaws. He ( and George Lucas) had the great idea to have the music score for Star Wars contradict the pictures.  High Tech futuristic imagery with old style pseudo classical music underneath gave the potentially goofy movie a seriousness and elegance it wouldn’t have had otherwise.


Say what you want about the Phantom Menace…. John Williams music score, especially “Duel of the Fates” is excellent!


At 14:06 you can see the Carbon Freeze scene from The Empire Strikes Back with the original undubbed voices!



Mr Rogers Techno

Coolest Mister Rogers Neighborhood episode ever?


Coolest Mr Rogers Neighborhood episode ever?  An early techno / electronic music create shows up to teach Fred Rogers about getting down to a new sound.

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood |

Episode 0068


Mister Rogers arrives with a collection of model cycles which he plays with on the floor. He describes the difference between a tricycle, a bicycle, and a unicycle. Picture Picture shows a film about people riding real cycles including a tandem cycle made for two people.

After the film, Mister Rogers sings “Everybody’s Fancy” before Mr. McFeely stops by and describes how he rides his delivery bicycle.


Mister Rogers is invited to “Miss Nelson and Bruce’s dance studio” to see a musical computer.

At the dance studio, Mister Rogers visits with Bruce Haack who demonstrates a synthesizer which allows him to create various sounds. Miss Nelson arrives with a group of young dance students who spin as they sing a song about wheels.

The children continue moving and singing to the various sounds of the synthesizer as they pretend to ride bicycles and pretend that they are cats.

Mr. McFeely finds Mister Rogers at the dance studio to tell him that there is a surprise for him back at the house. Upon returning to his house, Mister Rogers enters to find his cat, Blackberry, waiting for him inside.

While Haack’s Mr. Rogers appearance may not have seemed like much at the time, in hindsight this is a fascinating document of an artist who’s been called “The King of Techno” for his forward-looking sounds meeting the cutting edge in children’s programming. It’s a testament to how much the counterculture influenced early childhood education. Many of the progressive educational experiments of the sixties have since become historical curiosities, replaced by insipid corporate merchandising. What Haack and Nelson’s musical approach tells me is that we’d do well to revisit the educational climate of that day and take a few lessons from its freeform experimentation and openness. I’ll certainly be playing these records for my daughter.

Dale Watson and James Intveldt

Country legends Dale Watson and James Intveldt jam at the Continental Club. Austin, Texas. February 2017.
I shot this with a Canon G20 and a Canon T3I, with some shots on a slider.

If you want a music video produced by me,

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Cartoon Voice Over Work

This is an alternate version of  a commercial animation I created.

The client wanted my “serious” voice, not my cartoon voice. I uploaded this version to get cartoon voice over work.

San Antonio Dance Umbrella Promo Video

San Antonio Dance Umbrella Promo Video

Produced in conjunction with Northwest Vista College in San Antonio, Texas, to promote “San Antonio Dance Umbrella”.

I did some of the shooting, some of the editing, most of the production coordination, and all of the After Effects work.

Also produced by Anthony Stokes, Kyren Stewart, and Bradley Piper.

Shot with a Sony FS7 and edited on an AVID Media Composer and Adobe After Effects with some Flash and Photoshop work.

Starring and executive produced by Ms. Brittany Lopez, instructor at Northwest Vista College and President of San Antonio Dance Umbrella.

Executive Producer: Tom Taylor.

Pro Tools Project, “Tamaulipas”


I found, created edited and mixed all the sound effects and music. ( I did not shoot or edit the video).  Final version.

Made for a Sound Production class at Northwest Vista College, San Antonio, Texas. November 2016.



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Tamaulipas Sound Design.


I created the sound design editing for this in Avid’s Pro Tools.

I collected, edited and altered the music and sound effects. ( I did  not shoot the video).

This project includes parts of the song “Laredo by Sundown” by The Nematoads. Used with Permission.  © 2017 The Nematoads.

November 2016

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