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I met Tom Lopez at ZBS in 1975 and we've been working together ever since. During this time I've composed hundreds of hours of music for Tom's humorous, visionary adventures. You can link here to the ZBS home page. Here are some of our latest projects along with some older favorites.

Latest Series

Ruby Nine, "Masque of the Red Moon." The latest of the Ruby series explores an eccentric retro-Victorian society where everyone is pretending to be someone else.

Steam Dreamers of Inverness. The latest of the Jack Flanders series. Jack enters a huge Steampunk world through a glass projector. Zeppelins, automatons and mysterious abandoned planets.

Lady Windermere's Brass Fantabulous. This Steampunk series is a satirical comment on how governments create misinformation to justify their nefarious commercial interests, besides manipulating the minds of their own gullible people.

Fallen Angels That Bounce. Joe and Moe are back in a surreal, Neo Noir story that starts as a dream on a dark city street and winds up in Rio during Carnival.

Old Favorites

The Incredible Adventures of Jack Flanders. The first project Tom and I worked on together. I'd been doing a lot of planetarium music and you can hear it in this series.

Ruby-Adventures of a Galactic Gumshoe. The first of the short episode adventures. We used an old Moog synthesizer, a drum machine, and a vocoder. It's still great after all these years.

Saratoga Springs. One of my all time favorites. It's funny, quirky, and I did a separate piece of music for each episode.

Dreams of Rio. Tom and I travelled to Brazil and wound up in the Amazon jungle, recording ambience for this one.

Ruby 4. A wonderful, long format Ruby series with an appearance by Nicola Tesla himself.

Dinotopia. Jim Gurney's book brought to life with lots of music and amazing sound effects.