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Bonus Episode: WXYZPDQ!

Ace and Ivan tune into an Earth radio station and listen to 30 minutes of uninterrupted rock on the infamous radio station WXYZPDQ, 96.9 on your FM dial.

This episode features cuts from The Music of Ace Tucker Space Trucker played in their entirety.

  1. Renegades - The Attack
  2. Crushing It - Red Hot Rebellion
  3. Kids on Mars - CRATERFACE
  4. Boy in a Band - Jamie Suttle
  5. Party People - Prime Floridian
  6. Riker's Beard - Red Hot Rebellion
  7. Betting Man - The Attack
  8. Vikings vs. Unicorns - CRATERFACE



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Music of Ace Tucker Space Trucker

Even though Ace Tucker Space Trucker Season One is over, that doesn't mean you can't still ROCK OUT! The Music of Ace Tucker Space Trucker contains 20 songs used in Season One. Featuring music from Red Hot Rebellion, The Attack, Jamie Suttle, Summer Spiders and my solo project, Craterface.

Click Here to check out the album.

Get your copy today.

Only $0.75 per song!

Contains music you can't get anywhere else.

Help fund Season Two!

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Bonus Episode! My Interview with Juliet Fromholt

In this special supplemental episode, I talk with Juliet Fromholt about all things Ace Tucker Space Trucker. Plus, at the end, I hint at what I have cooking up my sleeve for Season TWO! And there's a funny little special offer for all you Ace Tucker Space Trucker fans out there.

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I Live and Die by Bob Ross

This week I released the season finale Ace Tucker Space Trucker Season One. It was a bittersweet moment when I finalized the MP3 and hit upload. I had spent roughly 500 hours of the past several months recording myself talking in silly voices, editing, scoring, more editing, etc. to create the greatest feat of audio creation I had ever done. Before that, I had spent more than a year writing a novel that would later become the scripts for season one. So, long story, short, I had devoted a huge chunk of my time and energy to make this wild show and it was now over. At least temporarily. Ace Tucker will live again in Season Two. But first I need a little break because making this stuff is @$&#^% HARD.

You might be asking, “If it’s so goddamn hard, why do it?”

Well, Chachi, I do it BECAUSE it is hard. Making cool stuff is hard (see my previous post about how I went around a giant tree for 20 years to get to where I am today). I do it because I get to use almost every color in my creative spectrum. Writing, acting, editing, audio engineering, songwriting, scoring... I smear it all on a digital palette and use it to PAINT with sound.

As made famous by Bob Ross, I live and die by the “happy little accident.” I take hundreds (some sometime thousands) of individual snippets of sound and combine them to make a logical, (hopefully) entertaining and immersive story.

When I decided to tell this story as an audio drama, complete with sound effects, music, scoring and multiple characters all performed by myself, I decided to do it 17 individual episodes. It takes me anywhere between 20 to 40 hours to create each episode of Ace Tucker Space Trucker. I might do another post or maybe *gasp* a podcast in the future where I break down my process from start to finish but for now, just know I do it little by little, layering things on top of each other one by one until it sounds “right.” It’s almost all educated guesses and happy little accidents. I have to experiment with everything at almost every point in the process. Since this project (Season One) is so massive, I have to move FAST.

You might think 20 - 40 hours per episode is far from moving fast but let me tell you, if I succumbed to my inner critic at every step of the way, I’d STILL be working on episode one! I have to get things to where I assume they make sense and sound good, then move on. End of story. There is too much to do to allow for second-guessing.

I am fortunate in that I do have a bit of a safety net if my manic decisions send me over a ledge. I make my wife listen to every episode, to make sure everything sounds right and makes sense. She has a great ear and is a casual sci-fi fan (far from the super dork I am). She’s made critical suggestions along...

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