Michael Aquino shares how he created the music featured in season 1 of Timestorm.
Script, audio engineering, sound design, and original music by Michael Aquino
Episode art layout: M. Aquino; original image: Pixabay/Gordon Johnson
”In the Timestorm”; “Home”; “Taíno Comics and Games”; “Bell, Locker, Class”; “Into the Timestorm”; “Library Magic”; “Mario’s Pizza”; “The Outside Life”; “Disco!”; ”So Long, and Thanks” written and performed by M. Aquino
”This Is Me” written by Michael Aquino; performed by Jessica Bracken (vocals) & Michael Aquino (guitar)
”Consolación” composed by Claudio Brindis de Salas Garrido; performed by Aurora Méndez (violin)
Timestorm is produced by Cocotazo Media and is a proud member of TRAX from PRX. Support for TRAX comes from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional support comes from the Google Podcasts creator program and our loyal Patreon community.
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Timestorm is produced in Essex County, NJ, which is situated on the traditional territory of the Leni Lenape people.
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