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Some kind of indie rock song.
America number one!
A song about the winter weather or lack thereof, the defining El Niño of my childhood, family troubles, a metaphor about my lack of perspective, and an impression of a musical sheep.
Sample reduced synthetics, atonal feedback, and other fancy marginally (ir)relevant musical gibberish. It's loud, and isn't that really all you wanted?
A piano composition written a while ago at the end of autumn for the first snowfall. The changing of seasons; the coming winter; delight in the sounds of children playing in the fresh fallen snow.
This one has maybe the most tracks of any song I've ever made.
Dancing is for squares.
Lot's of interesting things you can do with static. For the January Challenge.
You can feel the beat rising, incrementally, step by step. Melody, chorus, melody, chorus... The air clears. It's that part in the song that builds and builds to it's highest point and then
cover for the Flood tribute album
Ever hear a sound that falls and rises at the same time? This is NOT a song that captures the feel of No Shave November.
For the music challenge, something that sounds like I've been feeling lately. Plenty of pump organ and piano.
when it rains, it pours
Late night drinking and making music. It's not so much dancing as it is thrashing around and breaking things, but to each his own.
Asked for a receipt. Five minutes pass, still waiting; Dot matrix printer.
Even more (distorted) pump organ in your electronic music.
Here's my entry for the MetaMeta challenge. It's a cover of dobie's track hypotech from a while ago, done with many acoustic layers. Thanks to dobie for actually sending me the lyrics too!
An quickish acoustic one, with lyrics about my dad, his melanoma, and a couple of other things. Has probably the most acrobatic bridge bit I've ever done.
I was going for "underwater exploring"
Felt the need to make some beats while pulling an all nighter for work on Wednesday.
This morning's pumped-up-for-the-day electronic dance music session, now with more pump organ!
The entirety of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven." It seemed like a good idea at the time...
Today I learned that the Bushman from San Francisco is gone forever. I wrote him a rock song about all the times he scared me while I was growing up. RIP Bushman.
A glitchy, beat filled song that uses vocals from Grinnin in Your Face by Son House.
More electronic beats! I was going to wait until I had finished a whole song before I posted this, but who am I kidding? This is probably it. I think I'm getting better at making virtual instruments though. If not better, louder at least.
A happy sounding video gamey song with a nifty beat.
Made with samples of my voice. My sister wanted to know how you "make" an instrument on the computer.
A great song by Vera Lynn, not performed by Vera Lynn. Guitar, vocals, pump organ (back again!), a slinky, and hand sounds.
Travel with me to my freshman year of college, when I tried to do the "rock music."
A short track inspired by Super Mario World.
For the request raffle, a cover of The Rolling Stones' Paint it Black in the surf rock guitar style of Dick Dale.
Classical piano style experimentation.
Just got a new zoom h6 to record with. Guitar, vocals, whistling, and a 1930's Dogherty pump organ.
Picked up my electric guitar last night for the first time in 3 years, this happened...