Acid Dipped Music’s library addresses the unique needs of television editors: great sounding music that propels the narrative format of today’s entertainment.
You can view our music by genre, mood, albums, search, or you can even commission custom music. Our music is optimized for Soundminer and fully searchable online through widely used Source Audio.
Acid Dipped Music formed out of a collaboration of three personalities. Steve Beebe, director, editor and owner of Quarter Mile Films, a post-production facility; Danny Alonso, recording engineer and composer; and Steve Bertrand, composer and musician.
The Acid Dipped Music Library was created to support the editorial staff of Steve Beebe’s company. The result is not just great sounding music, but music specifically designed for post-production.
Steve is a Director and Editor residing in Ojai, California. Raised in Michigan, Steve spent his youth in the music wing of his high school, his 20s immersed in musical theater and later worked as a professional DJ in LA. For the past 18 years Steve has been directing and editing broadcast television programs for likes of History Channel, National Geographic, Discovery Networks, Travel Channel, Fox and ESPN. Steve owns Quarter Mile Films, a boutique post-production facility in Ojai.
Steve is a singer/songwriter/composer from Los Angeles, CA. His bands The Tories and Avion received critical acclaim scoring two Top 40 Hits, a People’s Choice Award and two ASCAP Film and TV Awards. Steve was in the house band of “The Voice” on NBC prior to joining forces with Danny and Steve to form Acid Dipped Music. With five network theme songs and thousands of hours of music now in television/film to his credit, Steve, his lovely wife Emily, two young daughters Ava and Elle call Burbank home.
Danny is a Recording Engineer and Drummer from Sherman Oaks, California. He has worked at world-class studios such as A&M records, Can-Am Recorders and Wild Woods, with record producers Trevor Horn, Brendan O’Brien, Chris Lord Alge, Ron Nevison, Eddie Kramer, Paul Fox, Gustavo Santaolalla and Dann Huff. Danny has worked with recording artists Stone Temple Pilots, Pat Benatar, Dr. Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, They Might Be Giants, Tony Toni Tone, En Vogue, Chicago, Frank Black and many more.