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Are you a business looking for an mp3 to play during your workday? Download my eight hours mp3 of piano improv here.
Businesses can customize their day-long music with aspirational quotes, thanking their employees for their hard work, informercials for their customers, and thanking their customers for their loyalty, just to name a few possibilities. Prices will vary for customization, so contact me for more information.
I'd like to hear from music supervisors who like my piano improv, as well as music producers who would like a custom sample library--regardless of whether or not they already know what kinds of sounds they want! :) I'm open to requests for proposals from film and TV music supervisors, and music producers. Listen to sample cues here.
Some of my life experience includes mixing the praise band during Sunday morning services at First Presbyterian Church in Casa Grande, Arizona for a year circa 2014, as well as playing piano for the Central Arizona College jazz band from 2014-2016.
If you are a performer who needs to make a demo for academic work, a singer-songwriter who would like a demo to pitch your song, or a band who wants to make a demo to raise interest in your group, contact me with your specific need.
I'll also consider a request for proposal for tutoring services as well. :) I tutored math while I was a student at the University of Arizona in Tucson, as well as at Central Arizona College in Coolidge: developmental math through calculus. I'm willing to tutor some writing and sociology, too, so let me know. If it's a worthy cause, I'll either find time or give you a referral. Click here for more info.
Since I'm trained to do polling, which includes questionnaire design and focus groups, if you are a Tucson business who needs to know the best way to collect information about your customers or employees, send me a request for proposal, and I will let you know how I can help.
Why did I take a break from polling? Response rates were too low to interpret the data.
The reason why I haven't mentioned being a stockbroker, which I was licensed to do in the mid-90s, or a tax preparer, which I did in the mid-90s and almost got back into in the 2022 tax season is that my continuing education for either of those positions is not current. Sorry! I went to grad school instead. Among other things I did in the past, I did a brief stint at the Eloy Enterprise in the spring of 2008, before chickening out of it. At one point, I ended up hiding under the desk. Newspaper work is not for the faint of heart. Another underused skill, I have photography training, circa 2004, and a little experience, but my SLR is not digital, so my photography is not currently for hire. But I did enjoy doing it.