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A live performance of a "reconstruction" of a Zola Jesus song performed at Sonic Circuits Broken Mic Night.
My first stab at Chopped and Screwed music. I took my favorite K-Pop song. I need to mess around with the chopping a little bit more, but I figured I'd show you guys what I had so far.
A song I wrote when I got back from Japan. With field recordings from Japan. I said I was going to go back and work on it more, but I really don't know what to do and am kind of just complacent with what I have right now.
A nearly-finished track. Looking for suggestions. I feel like I should add a field recording of some kind, but I'm not sure what kind. I'm feeling a little bit of speech.
Summertime gives me a lot of time to write music. Especially outside. This track samples "Do While" by Oval. I wanted to turn an ambient track into something a bit more danceable. Any thoughts?
An ambient song with some loops and drums and stuff. The first thing I've written in months.
A track I'm working on for a concept EP. Worked on it instead of going to compsci lecture today. Crazy resonators. Way more rhythmic than anything I've done in a while.
I decided to try sampling something from porn. You probably wouldn't notice if I hadn't told you.
Studying for exams suck. Classical guitar FPPs rock. I decided to focus this energy into something productive.
Looking through old external HD backups can result in finding some great songs I don't remember writing.
I actually sing in this song, with lyrics and stuff. It's a first. Ok, it only is like 2 lines.
Looong song. Epic bass. Beautiful pads. That's it.
An electronic take on Pablo Casals playing Prelude in G.
I've been working slowly on this for a while. If Love Lockdown became a depressing minimal track...
A short sample turned into a 4 minute electronic dance track.
Dreamy pop music for the Velvet Underground Challenge
Some ambient-ey stuff I've been working on for a while. Somehow I think it could should actually be longer...
A song written last Friday after voting and then immediately after seeing the election results. It's kind of transformed into an elegy or threnody for dead protesters, too. It's agressive and ambient at the same time.
Writing music is a healthy way of coping with exam stress. Although it doesn't really help me study...
This is a "cover" of the first track I wrote on Reason, after getting my first midi controller. If you're a fan of Debussy, you might recognize the chords.
I decided to take a trip back to when I first started writing music on my computer. (No, this isn't a submission to the montly music challenge.) This is a super noisy track, from my Buzz days. Very different from anything I've written lately, but one of my favorite tracks I've ever written.
For the April two chords challenge: As usual, a repetitive song. This time written in a slightly confusing time signature.
A song mostly written on a Friday.
Pretty entrancing, happy song written after seeing the Mountain Goats with my girlfriend. It's all electronic, so don't expect anything similar to The Mountain Goats. It's just happy, is all.
A song inspired by the recreation of the 808 Cowbell by Francis Preve. Basically just started off with a simple chord progression and Francis Preve's "Less Cowbell" patch, and went off from there.
A really simple, happy song
Guitar heavy electronic number
A happy, melodic love song. I don't do these very often! Wrote it a year ago for a girl.
A song dedicated to my girlfriend for how cave-y she made her room.
Another one of those deceptively sad songs. Apparently I should start writing music for movies.
What happens when I get bored at home on Thanksgiving weekend.
A sad little middle-eastern sounding song with lots of voices. Friends say it could be a theme for a James Bond-esque movie set in the middle east.
Sad nintendo music for a sad nintendo boy.
A song I wrote to put off studying for my math exam
A cover of a song I absolutely love.