This is for the 60 second Metafilter November Music Challenge. My software, the Platonic Music Engine, generates 6 glorious seconds of avant-garde electronic beeps and boops for your listening pleasure! Many, many, many more details inside. [more inside]
5am ambient in dhoby ghaut, swingapore
Original tune - not related to any others of the same name - for piano and electronics. Around 124 bpm, 4/4, lots of melody, lots of drama. The last track completed for my Migration album.
Windows 2000 logoff sound and Phife Dawg
Just an experiment of guitar electronic fusion I've been playing with. I'm planning on doing an album-full of these types of songs soon.
Spent the last year learning to program and had no time for music. Finally got a job and a new-ish life so I thought it's time to get back to some things I enjoy. This one is different from my normal thing though I suppose I'v'e always had an attraction to analog merging with electronic. Maybe thanks to new order/joy division??? Though this doesn't sound anything like those.
Piano vs. Electronics. Kinda epic even though it's not all that long! [more inside]
Part three of the serial instrumental, Creature Of Habit. [more inside]
A new take on a classic midi
Some Easter Monday techno [more inside]
An homage to Kraftwerk, Underworld, et al, with a twist! [more inside]
A loud, frenetic jam in F#, dancing between half-time/double-time, with synth slap bass!
It was snowing and what better to do than mess with the arpeggiator? [more inside]
I just loaded up Ubuntu Studio with some soft synths, and recorded this CarrotAdventure-inspired piece. It came out sounding like a game show theme, hence the name. [more inside]
Made this in about 20 minutes. With Casio MT-70 drums, recording of "I Miss The Old Kanye" from the unreleased "The Life of Pablo", and samples of "No Good" from Oneohtrix Point Never's Garden of Delete.
Field recordings [more inside]
Magical ambient guitar sampling [more inside]
i. Sitting ii. Changing iii. Standing iv. Spinning
Another noodl-ey instrumental - the ingredients of this one are a guitar driving a synthesizer and a multiFX over a bed of soft-synths and drum emulator(s).
Tropical karaoke mix of the Sonny and Cher classic
Have a merry Synthmas with this peaceful electronic soundscape from the Men's Snarehouse. [more inside]
A dashed-off not-quite-synthwave instrumental that rolls around for a bit but doesn't really go anywhere. [more inside]
An upbeat synthwave / retrowave instrumental. [more inside]
When a meeting of cultures occurs in a musical setting, something 'unordinary' may possibly occur. But when this meeting involves two awesome creators, it may even be extraordinary. Here Japan meets Ukraine and Canada, as celebrated Red Bull artist Haioka creates his own version of Ummagma 'Kiev'. Enjoy!
Taken from 'Reasons To - SMLE'
Kᕮᕮᑭ ᖴIT & ᕼᗩᐯᕮ ᖴᑌᑎ
Piano, strings, and electronics on a journey across a strange, wide landscape. [more inside]
Instrumental with big tunes and riffs, and a driving cadence that's perfect for cycling (especially if the weather should force you to ride indoors). Bandcamp download (with artwork).
Chords by Oneohtrix Point Never / Daniel Lopatin, the rest by me. [more inside]
Percussive acoustic guitar through tape echo, with processed vocal. I don't know what you call this kind of music.
When it's time to move
Guitar riff by CarrotAdventure
Retro, funky, electro
Sampled a slack guitar to create a kind of organ-sound. [more inside]
Somehow the idea of doing an alternate podcast theme riffing on Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger got into my head a while a go, and here it is. [more inside]
Trying some further electronic stuff.
A synthed out, vocoded take on Beck's extremely non-synthy song off of Sea Change, as an excuse to fiddle around with Reason 8. [more inside]
This one has maybe the most tracks of any song I've ever made. [more inside]
Not sure how to describe this one, but I sampled a lot of disparate stuff and used some found sound I have.
Dancing is for squares. [more inside]
[Radioactive] remix of Low, by Juicy J (feat. Young Thug + Nicki Minaj), sequenced with that earwormy single by Envisage Komodos: If you can't get a radio single out of your head, turn it into a happy house track and put Juicy J on it. I used a clean version to make it enjoyable for all. Complete with filter sweeps and a half-time dubstep outro.
The vastness of making electronic music is really overwhelming to me, so I'm trying to just get over that and create some things.