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This page contains links to various audio projects, musical ditties, live recordings (concerts, lectures), interviews and miscellaneous sonics with Chuck Scott – just click the tabs for a list of corresponding links.
Many of Chuck’s ditties are licensed via Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) thus you are free to share on a noncommercial basis.
These ditties are also available for commercial license at reasonable fees given Chuck owns all rights (e.g., composition, sound recording).
Commercially these ditties are ideal for background segments in business videos, presentations, film and TV – additionally, said ditties are great for physical therapy.*
Individually, these ditties are moody and provide the listener with a sense of musical journey, almost like a meditation, in that they venture through a changing landscape and often finish with a twist.
I should also mention that my ditties are hard to classify and am open to suggestions but for now I kind of say they are “Ambient Keyboard Electronica Infused with Romantic Piano and a Yippee to the Universe for Sharing Vibe.”
*Suited for Physical Therapy
The reason I suggest that my ditties are suited for physical therapy is based on firsthand experience.
Radio or song centric music played during physical therapy for three months in nursing home recovery was complicated … No music was worse but most of it was flat and irksome … Favorite CDs played by insistence of the most senior therapist were not ideal and dated … Nor weekend therapists CD selections also did not work … In that all cases, therapist bringing in their CDs and/or turning to favorite radio for music was not conducive or optimal recovery by patient(s) …
Thus on the other hand … What would have been appreciated is something more musically objective, with neutral voice, variant but beat building, cascading synths and rhythms with natural ebb and flow with kind peaks and valleys to make said physical therapy more tolerable but I digress.
Musical Ditties by Chuck
This section is in development …
- Gobble Gobble Funk – soundtrack from this video
Below are links to a small sample of some fun audio projects:
- Audio Restoration – example of digitizing cassette tape and cleaning it up
- Film Score Production – producing a film score starting with soundfonts
- Scoring Meditations – drifty synths do the trick
- Scoring Videos – promo video scored using loops
- Voice-Overs – event promo where both Katie and I chime in
Audio Interviews Hosted by Chuck
The interviews below are listed by published date (most recent to oldest):
- The Grandpa Tapes – A Tribute to Charles Schwartz (1908-1993) – even though this is a video interview, I’m listing it here as it is perhaps my favorite interview thus far – besides the audio is the most important part
- An Interview with American Lemonade Entrepreneurs – this young sister-brother team gets to the heart of American Entrepreneurship
- Reinventing Capitalism – an interview with Howard Bloom
- Content is Queen, Perception is King – an interview with Birgitte Rasine
- Let’s Think – an interview with David Walley
- Career Dynamics and the Science of You – an interview Janet Kiehl
- Believe You Can Work and Be Happy – an interview with Julie Jansen
- Getting in Touch with Customers – an interview with Wilder Baker
- Marketing Will and Marketing Way – an interview with Paul Jeffery
- Universal Equation for Perpetual Growth – an interview with Mark Stevens
- Practical Tools for Strategic Marketing – an interview with Zuhair Suidan … Note this site has another great Zuhair interview, Success as a Consultant, but this interview was not conducted by Chuck, just re-edited and republished with permission by Chuck
- Your Life Design Wake-up Call – an interview with Mike Jaffe
The live audio recordings below are listed by published date (most recent to oldest) and fall into one of a couple categories: Live Music; Lectures; Nature; Miscellaneous; and Performances:
- Birthday Weekend Blue Grass in Ridgefield – local band playing set in local restaurant
- Music Industry and Recording with Elliott Scheiner – legendary rock album producer shares industry insights
- I don’t gig out often given the weight and size of my keyboard but here is clip from jam session with local friends: Turn this Car Around – song written by John Vella, performed by John Vella, Steve, and Chuck at John’s home studio in Norwalk.
- Open Mic Night – unfortunately there is no recording of the Georgetown Saloon Open Mic night performance featuring Katie Scott singing live version of her song, Playing Solitaire. That night Jose Feliciano was in the house and I played tambourine along with Ethan Winer on guitar, Doug Ferrara on Bass, and Tom Schulz on house drums.