"Your professionalism, talent and quick-turn around are gifts!" -- Janice Bernache, Producer, Bully Entertainment
"High Gravity Sound was a pleasure to work with. Our project had many constraints as it was a retro fit but Jeff brought a lot of talent to the project, not only with himself but the other musicians and singers." --Kate Reckner, Executive Producer, Pivec Advertising
"Jeff was great to work with and was dogged in producing the kind of music we wanted. He really listened to us and came up with the music we wanted for Midday." -- Dan Rodricks, Program Host, WYPR 88.1FM, Baltimore, MD
Music written and produced by Jeff Trueman, High Gravity Sounds, for regional Toyota dealers.
Story-line: Rock ads written around themes I created as part of the project, “So Much To See” and “More Than An Inspiration”
The client asked me whether I would mind if she made changes to my work. I said, “It’s a work for hire; you paid for it so we can make it into anything you want.” Apparently some artists can’t get out of their own way. At the vocal recording session, Todd was super flexible and helped create some new melodies on the fly. Let’s go places indeed!
High Gravity Sounds scored the music for the documentary film Ageless
“Each day women receive messages from the media that they are not young enough, sexy enough or good enough. In the documentary Ageless, hear from women of all ages about the affects of these daily messages.”
Jeff Trueman is also a member of the Maryland Bar and has published a law review article about sound-alike recordings: Is it live, or is it a soundalike?: Federal Copyrights in Soundalike Recordings and Preemption of State Publicity Claims, The Journal of Intellectual Property, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology, Spring 1999 Inaugural Edition.
Jeff has worked as a marketing executive as the events manager at Harborplace and The Gallery at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland, where he planned and executed concerts, contests, and large-scale events.