· Composed, produced and performed soundtrack for Lessons
from the Ones We Love, written and directed by Professor Sam
Kauffmann, Chairman of the School of Broadcasting and Film at
the College of Communication, Boston University, 1997, for the
Family Reunion conference. Attended by President Clinton and
commissioned by Vice President Al Gore.
· Composed soundtrack forLearning for life, Freemasonry
Helping Children, a fundraising film for the Scottish Freemason's
school system for teaching dyslexic children, 1995.
· Composed, produced and performed soundtrack for Show
Your Love, a documentary written and directed by Professor Sam
Kauffmann, 1994. Commissioned by Vice President Al Gore.
· Composed, produced and performed soundtrack for Surviving
the Family, a drama written and directed by Professor Sam Kauffmann,
1993. Distributed by Carousel Films.
· Produced feature film soundtrack for Strong City; director:
Daniel Matmor of Morning Star Productions. Distributed by Coliebri
Pictures (Europe & US). 3rd place winner of the Florence
Film Festival, 1990; Runner Up - best soundtrack composition
by Keyboard Magazine, 1991.
· Recorded and produced audio montages for performance
artists Allesandra Mondalfi (photographer ) and Aimee Good (sculptor),
recipients of Mass Art's highest honor, the Crosby award, 1995-6.
· Guest composer for Middlebury Dance Co. symposium, 1994.
· Composed, produced and performed music for modern ballet
video Train of Conscience, by director/choreographer Susan Prins.
Premiered at the University of Arizona, 1994.
· Composed, produced and performed music for ballet Nightfall,
by dancer/choreographer Susan Prins, featuring Island recording
artist Tracy Bonham. Premiered at the Univ. of Arizona, 1993.
· Composed and produced cues for American Repertory Theater's
presentation of Georg Buchner's Woyzeck, Cambridge, MA, 1992.
· Produced cues for Spencer/Colton Dance Company, previously
with Twyla Tharp.
· Composed and produced music for children's musicals
Frosty and Once Upon a Time. Premiered at Boston's Cyclorama
Theater. Distributed and supported by The City Mission Society,
· Recipients of the ASCAP special award for composers,
· Staff writers for MIDI Magazine, 1993-96.
· American Songwriting Award, 1997.
· Music producers and composers for all Virtual Guitar/Virtual
· composer for The Tour, featuring Roger
Daltrey as your guide through rock concerts including Hendrix,
the Who, Grateful Dead, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Janis Joplin.
Released: Fall 1997.
· Composer for Stolen Song, featuring
Tomayasu Hotei, Japan's number 1 rock guitarist. Released: Fall
· Created and produced soundtrack for Detroit Museum's
Motor City exhibit, 1995.
· Composed, produced and performed music for CD-ROM games
Welcome to West Feedback I & II. Features music of Warner/Chappell
artists Gin Blossoms, Soul Asylum, Motley Crue, Allman Brothers,
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cracker, Biohazard and Steppenwolf. Premiered
at Disney World, Summer 1994.
· Created and produced interactive score and sound design
for Leading Edge's release of multi-media platform PC, 1994.
· Created the "Be Your Own Band" interactive
MIDI exhibit for the Tools and Toys exhibition, Computer Museum,
Boston, MA. The booth runs from April 1992 to April 1998. Voted
Best Booth by an independent survey of museum visitors, 1992.
· Created and produced sound design for Intel's spring
release of iRMX software, 1992.
· Composed and produced soundtrack for Microsoft's CD-ROM
PS2 multimedia system promotional package, 1992.
· Composed and produced soundtrack for IBM's Lotusworks
software package, 1991, and Prime Computer's international sales
opener, simulcast in NYC, Los Angeles and Miami, 1989.
· Music consultant and composer for five-part
radio drama The Great College Radio Hoax, recipient of National
Endowment of the Arts funding.
· Production consultant and composer for opening theme
of an adaptation of Dissolution of Dominic Boot by Tom Stoppard
for DPR Productions, 1994-5.
· Composed opening theme and recorded dramatic performance
of 90's Mystery Theatre. Produced radio drama The Scream for
American Public Radio.
· Composed and produced theme for Sports Channel telecast
of NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, 1992.
· Produced and arranged television spot for WSBK TV 38,
Boston, MA, Over There, 1991.
· Composed and produced theme for Boston Cable's Confessions
of a Restless Romantic. Winner of Boston Video Competition, 1990.
· Composed, recorded and performed Hummer's CD Premium. Distributed
by Accurate Records, March 1999.
· Mixed Songs for Jiggle the Handle soon to
be released Live CD . August1999.
· Edited and Mastered selections of Either Orchestra
· Composed drum and guitar parts for interactive portion
of Aerosmith's CD Plus release Nine Lives. Sony Music
Entertainment, 1997. This new technology allows fans with computers
to play along with the album. Guitar/drum parts for additional
songs available on the web at http://www.aerosmith.com.
· Recorded preproducton demos for Grammy nominee Tracy
Bonham, in preparation for her second Island release; 1997.
· Produced and recorded Rick Berlin's CD Live at
Jacques. Distributed by Ralph Records, Fall 1997.
· Mixed tracks from Rob Levit's CD East River View.
Distributed by Brownstone Records, Fall 1997.
· Edited Blood Red Sky for video shoot of Skavoovie
and the Epitones on their 1997 album release, Ripe. Dan also
performed percussion on a number of tracks on the album.
· Produced, recorded and performed on Mike Cantor's CD
That's All, featuring Boston jazz greats John Lockwood, Chris
Neville, and Russ Gershon; Notable Productions release, 1996.
· Composed, arranged, and produced a CD of standard and
original jazz compositions for QRS Piano Rolls, Inc. for the
Pianomation player piano system, 1993 - present.
· Engineered and drum programmed Robben Ford's
The Blues Guitar video tape. Distributed by R.E.H. Publications,
· Other Notable album productions include:
Big Clock (Big Clock, The Boy With the Wooden Head-Rounder Records);
Right Time (Right Time, Searching for a Universal Groove); Soma
(Soma This); Reckless Hartt (Reckless Hartt); Son'ahhcchi (the
musical); David Goldfinger (Monkey in the Middle, A Room Somewhere-Acoustic
Music Agency); ClosetFish (In the Fish Bowl, live on WERS); WorkForce
(One Eye on the World, One Eye on the Clock featuring charted
dance single But, the Joke's on You).