Named for my room at SUNY-Binghamton, in Dickinson Community's O'Connor Hall, where I spent 5 years of my life (on the same side of that room, even!). Studio 133 is the name that I've Scotch-taped onto all of my audio creations since.
The contents of this page don't change much, but if I work on any original audio and feel like giving it away, it will be posted here.
Anyone else would be super-embarrassed to post something they "sang" when they were 18 or so. That's literally half my life ago, for crying out loud. But here you go. It was inspired by a few choice moments during my senior year with the Mahopac Players, AKA the Mahopac High School Drama Company. Please don't post this anywhere else...it's bad enough that it's up here ;)
Made a couple of years later. Not as good as my first song, but someone out there might like it, or at least pretend that they like it. You can be honest with me, though...I don't mind. After all, this is the "me" of almost 20 years ago that we're dealing with here. Contains a music sample from Tekken 3 for PlayStation. Tekken 3 TM & © 1994 1995 1996 1998 Namco Ltd.
Ah, something a bit more recent! I released Sharpshooter for Xbox 360 (Xbox Live Indie Games) back in 2010, and decided to have a go at making my own music for it. A few days with GarageBand produced this here thing. Please don't listen to the vocal track if you value your sanity; it was only played in-game within a hidden mode called Insane, where a single mistake would end any round. I figured that the distraction would prove fatal for many players. =) As for the rest of it, I actually kind of think it's alright, for a programmer. Enjoy.