This is a wacky one. Skip to about the 3min mark for the really silly part. [more inside]
I am improvising some chords at the piano and then my friends Paul and Boma show up
get shocked by data [more inside]
Real-instrument version of previous post
A collaboration between myself and my old friend Walt Fleming (either formerly or currently the keyboardist of Calgary Pirate-Metal band Verbal Deception). Original MIDI composed by me & sent to Walt, who assigned synth sounds and somehow found the perfect formula of riffs, beeps & boops to layer on top. An artifact from our high-school days when we had a side project together called the Math Rangers. Walt was one of those strange, crazy, self-taught musical geniuses whose work inexplicably ends up dwelling in obscurity. I thought that this track, at the very least, should be heard.
William is 4 years old and a big fan of synthy dance-pop. His parents are so cool that they commissioned a song for his birthday today! Happy birthday William! Let's count to 4! [more inside]
So zany presentation system I wrote is getting documentation so I'm writing a soundtrack, in remembrance of _why of course. [more inside]
Sounds of the circus [more inside]
I think this is the first song I've posted with a guitar solo not done by Dagosto.
Circa 06: sped up samples, off-kilter rhythms, synth bass, all washed in reverb
Have a silly Saturday! [more inside]
Victoria, BC's inner harbour is the perfect place to go after-hours on a clear night, put on headphones, and dance your face off by the water. Here's a song in honor of silly summer times. [more inside]
Does just what it says on the box, and then some.
Featuring everyone's favorite, BooBass!
For some reason, I love songs with any kind of organic sounds in them (e.g. clapping, snapping, whistling, etc.). So I made this song in about 20 mins to demonstrate my love for claps. [more inside]
I don't usually use GarageBand but here is a quick experiment using this program to create silly loops. Harmonized arpeggiators.
Life can be more like a video game if you take everyday scenarios and add a silly soundtrack (SYTL)
Admiral Arpeggio commands the U.S.S. Totes McGotes, a synth-powered vessel whose arpeggiated journeys through the sawtooth seas of the digital wonderland are well-documented.
Aka 21 Nugent St., AKA this deadly house in Thunder Bay where we have righteous disco-ball dance parties and bluegrass jams, and where I've been crashing the last few weeks. It's been a treat.
Strap in, kids.
I was alone. It was late at night. March was approaching its end and I had to sing a song about the multiplication table. I had no lyrics. I recorded some guitars and then pressed record on the vocals to see what would happen. [more inside]
It snowed today. [more inside]
Just having some fun, ENJOY!
Amateurish musings on a woman of refinement. [more inside]
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Crap You Don't Really Need. [more inside]
Harmless bongos. Hongos.
I recently found a bunch of old cds.. this is one I had put together around 2000 (I would have been around 16). Track 1.
One of the sillier songs from my album "Bless Your Heart", remixed by Daren Callow (uploaded with permission). [more inside]
An OK local radio station is having a contest for "Jingles" about specific characters on their show. "Chris Boyer" races cars, wears Hawaiian print shirts and is Homophobic. This is my submission.
Here's a little thing I whipped up in a couple of hours one night earlier this week. Given the amount of time I spent on it, I think it turned out pretty well, despite my voice. The chorus was stolen from another song I was (am?) writing which is based loosely on an episode of Doctor Who. The rest of the lyrics were written in about 15 minutes. I never got around to the bass, and I lost the final drum song program I put in when I stupidly yanked the SD card out too quick, but I doubt I'll ever get to putting these in, so here it is.
One of my first attempts with GarageBand. "Outta My Way" is the title song of what I envisioned would be an "album" chronicling my decision to move from Washington, DC to rural Vermont. This particular song was intended to be about my work day.
A quick, amateur GarageBand recording I made a couple years ago to amuse some friends. Punk-rock Handel with power chords and electric guitars! (Upload inspired by this and this.)
Fun little remix I made with DoggieBox for OS X, based on files from this thread about 1940's sex education reels.