COMPOSING / WRITING / ARRANGING
Film scores, Television Themes, Musical works, Video Games
As a composer, D-day incorporates a diverse array of instrumentation into his works. Works that evoke primal emotions shared by all set in an atmosphere perfectly crafted with the skillful use of timbre and tone to serve as a vehicle to the very soul.
A proponent of the sonic sciences, D-day applies his brand of quantum musicology in his approach to writing music, this, combined with his affinity for the voicings of the cello, oboe, bassoon, French horn and low brass (one of many of his signature sounds), he believes supports his theory that the proper combinations of key, chord structure, tempo, and rhythm combined with precise instrumentation, like an alchemist preparing incantations, his orchestrations deliver the vibrations in frequencies that communicate these emotions at the molecular/cellular level.
“Music is the language of the universe. Within the structure of the frequencies and vibrations of music, lies the ability to communicate with all in the heavens. It is, somewhat, the same fashion in which cells communicate during mitosis.”
His truly unique and diverse musical background as a writer, singer, drummer, keyboardist, guitarist, and trombonist facilitates his ability compose in many different genres of music resulting in being credited with more than one hundred titles, ranging from rock to jazz and dance to full symphonic scores.