Obviously I have a lot more work to do this year to get this website where I want it to be, but there's still a lot here now that can hopefully gain a little love and maybe future visits from you. This will be a gradual process as I work a lot and have a family, but I do promise to keep it going this time.

In the future, the music archive will conmtinue to grow forever because that is one of my main passions. At least until I can't do it anymore physically or anything of that nature. I will be ripping from very old cassettes still either in the music archive or the Everything Else section, as well as making new remixes of other artists, soundtrack material, guitar/noise instrumentals, synth stuff, and of course make more vocallized tracks as I go. If you are interested in my current first draft USB drive full of music for $20, check out the link on the front page of the music archive.

As many of you know, I am most of the Project Warlock OST credit as well as half of the Project Warlock II OST credit, along with high school friend (now living in Arizona) Luke Wilson. Actually aside from us musicians every member of the Buckshot Software team is from a different country, which is pretty cool, and we all correspond using Discord chat.

I will soon fill up this section of the website since I'm long overdo, finish my classic doom megasite as well as future .pk3 mod files having their own soundtracks, then finish with my classic gaming gems section featuring many playable dos games (Yes, even in windows 10) coupled up with emulators to get the job done and a handwritten basic batch program file to launch everything easily for those of you that aren't tech savvy.

The interact section will be more populated some day I hope, as I finish this site. That is how I get my drive and motivation, your comments, praise, and even constructive criticism. The Everything Else section shall include old dice/card/coin games and other stuff I've made or programmed that doesn't fit anywhere else.

Thank you very much for coming here and I hope to see you again soon!

-Jerry Lehr, aka