Category Archives for music
I recently added a new piece to my SoundCloud page. This one’s about a very traumatic event in my life. As always, your feedback is welcome.
I wanted to make a quick post to share an image that is currently floating around the social media world. Just in case you haven’t seen it, this is a really great quote of Ira Glass. Actually, I haven’t checked … Continue reading
The Halloween season has been a little weird this year. We were hit with about ten inches of snow in a bizarre October storm that left us without power (or heat) for four days, including a certain very important day: … Continue reading
I’m feeling a great sense of accomplishment today. Last night I sorted out an aspect of my MIDI/synth adventures that I’d been avoiding: sysex. Sysex is short for “System Exclusive” and basically refers to the language spoken by a given … Continue reading
I want to share with you an amazing website that I’ve been visiting for a few years now: The Freesound Project. If you’re into audio recording and have some kind of studio at home–be it a laptop with Garage Band … Continue reading
New music. A dark ambient synth improv started and finished within the last hour. A Moment of Silence Is All We Can Bear by VüFT Update: I’ve changed the Soundcloud settings so you can download the MP3.
By request, here’s an MP3 version of the music I wrote for Pumpkinrot’s 2009 haunt video. LISTEN: Do You Believe in Witches? Just a quick editorial note (not that everything on a blog isn’t editorial): A matter of what most … Continue reading
I know this has been posted here before but with the site reboot and subsequent purging of old posts, it seems appropriate to share again. In the beginning (back around 2006), I was an admirer of Pumpkinrot’s brilliant Halloween displays … Continue reading
Here’s another new piece of audio. Be advised: I creeped myself out with this one. Or, rather, whoever wrote the patches for the soft synth I was using creeped me out. I was playing around with two especially unsettling presets … Continue reading
Like “Sketch #1″, this is a piece that was lost in the Great Blog Erasure of 2010. It, too, is an earlier effort. I barely had Sonar out of the box with this one but it seems like it turned … Continue reading