Hey fans,

   Our band, The Sound of Fire, will be playing a show at The Vinyl this coming Saturday, January 24th. We'll go on at 8:30p. Come out and support us and the other great bands that will be performing. We will have high quality demos to give out while supplies last at the show. Thanks!

 

p.s. I've posted one of our tunes called "The Road" on my audio section here on Newgrounds. Tell us what you think!



Hello again,

  I've got my new house settled, and my studio is finally up and running. I've started working again and am now able to post updated and new content. I hope to hear from you all soon.

 

Thanks,

Samuel


Hello Everyone

2014-06-19 13:22:54 by sstovallTSOF

 Greetings,

  My name is Sam Stovall. I've recently graduated the School of Audio Engineering Institute of Atlanta with my Associates degree in Audio Engineering/ Music Business. I am also an alumnus from Southern Polytechnic University, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Georgia Perimeter College, majoring in Computer Engineering, Computer Engineering/ Business Management, and Business Administration respectively. I am an Engineer to the core. I love to bring vision to fruition through creation and innovation. My passion is music, and I believe that it is just as much art as it is science. I am a founding member of the band The Sound of Fire@TSOFMusic. My contributions are songwriting, performing, pre-producing, sound designing, producing, arranging, tracking, mixing, mastering, programming, soldering, repairing, and much more as there's a lot to do! I sing, and play piano/ keys/ MIDI, acoustic/ electric guitar, bass, drums, saxophone, and baritone ukulele. The Sound of Fire(Reverbnation) is comprised entirely of engineers who are artists collaborating our eclectic talents for the greater good of the group. Our philosophy dictates that music is a universal language that is all encompassing and constantly evolving. Emotion should not be confined to a genre. Thank you for reading, and I look forward to interacting with you all.

                                                                                                                         Sincerely,

                                                                                                                         Sam Stovall