Even the cosmos needs system maintenance. When its IT department decides to delete something, sometimes that something doesn’t want to go without a fight. Even computer viruses will do what they can to avoid the reaping hand of a virus checker.
This was a challenging track to record. At first…read more
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track: Unscheduled Multiversal Downtime
album: Like A Dark Mirror Keeping Its
Size: 3.09 MB
I was fooling around with studiofactory for a while and discovered “random noise” making elements. I recorded a few tracks of that with different parameters and mixed them into a track. There was a pink noise oscillator going into a sine wave oscillator, both at low amplitude.
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Synths are meant to represent the fast beating heart of the technological city, with its busy trains and industrious people. The breathing is life, and the cheerful keyboard is supposed to be the fun and excitement of life in a city with a flourishing music scene. The vox voice I interpreted…read more
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The verse lyrics are based on the poem “Aston Hall” by my friend, the talented writer Natalie Doig. I originally wrote this music back in 2005 for a song called “Circles”, but wanted to play with it again. I don’t think I’ve finished with it yet though and would…read more
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“Deal Breaker” from the RPM Challenge Album “Dearly Beloved” by the band Doll Butcher. A blend of rock, metal and electronic music, this song is a father’s perspective during a military attack in which he realizes his family will become refugees.
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Hanging on my closet, I have a sticker for Narraganset beer and a mock-road-sign reading “Dystopia” with an arrow pointing both directions. The juxtaposition was unintentional, but I decided I liked it.
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