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Tag Archives: music

| Posted in 30fps, Gangrene

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EDITORS: For press kits, or interview requests, contact:

Craig Nybo, Publicity Coordinator

Email: info@mediarif.com

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| Posted in Chaos, Gangrene, Strategery

I no longer consider myself a full-fledged nerd or a full on geek. At a certain point life just kind of takes over and those things that dominated our perception of ourselves lose some of their traction, as Craig so aptly explained previously. Right now, I tend to refer to myself as a Reformed Geek. Life has staged an intervention for me and forced me into its own 12 step program that has curtailed my dogged determination to be fully immersed in nerdology.


| Posted in 30fps, Flip Book, Gangrene, Strategery

All of us here at mediaRif and Gangrene Productions would like to thank their friends and clients with this original Christmas song, I’ll Be Home For Christmas (If I Haven’t Blown a Fuse), written by Craig Nybo and performed by Craig Nybo and Larry Nybo (additional background vocals by Curtis Spendlove, Norm Johnson, Brandon Beck, Mike Terrell, and Ben Fuller).

This video was recorded and animated, by Mike Terrell, at mediaRif studios.


| Posted in Chaos

Good music, the kind that thumps along so hard that you can’t help but start dancing, whirls out from a core of rhythm and repetition. Once a good song gets under your skin, it doesn’t leave you. You sing along; you move your feet; you smile and settle in for the ride. Developing any skill, writing being no exception, is like letting a good groove get into your soul and dancing along.


| Posted in Chaos, Gangrene

In honor of this most esteemed holiday and all that it represents, we would like to share with you this season appropriate music video that we produced one Saturday afternoon in a corner of our office.


| Posted in Chaos

Composing music can be a complicated exercise. However, if you understand a few rudiments of music theory, you can comp more quickly and with more expertise. A concept I call insta-song is great entry point to understanding music theory. Most music is made up of chord progressions. A chord progression is a series of chords […]


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