All noises made from my face, wrangled by various Ableton effects.
My girlfriend said this would make a good theme song for a new Miami Vice reboot. I'm both proud and terribly ashamed of this notion. [more inside]
A long one-take improvisitation played live with Ableton echo and a vocal beat loop I recorded that I knob-twiddled while I played.
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. [more inside]
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.
My friends made a rap song...then they asked me to remix it for an album they're releasing soon. Here is the result. It samples the amazing reggae song, Uptown Top Ranking by Althea and Donna.
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. [more inside]
My return to the cumbia-step experimentations. This is crazy, hyper remix of an old cumbia song. [more inside]
A bassy dubstep remix I made of the 80s digital reggae track "Bless the Selector" by Colonel Mite. Give me some feedback... [more inside]
This is the awful song I made this morning with the help of Ask Metafilter. Relax to the smooth sounds of two minutes of obnoxious beeping! [more inside]
I decided to try sampling something from porn. You probably wouldn't notice if I hadn't told you. [more inside]
I've been listening to a lot of boogie, funk and electro from the early 80s recently. This is my dubstep homage to those lovely genres. [more inside]
More laptop electronica. Ambient/IDM production approach, but with a bit of melody and punchy beat. [more inside]
Kraftwerk-esque dubstep. Attempting to balance heaviness, vintageness and spaciness. [more inside]
Some pretty heavy space dubstep that I made for a variety show that happened this past weekend. [more inside]
Today we're having a giant Thanksgiving feast/talent show at my place. I decided to make a Thanksgiving themed Baltimore Club track to celebrate. [more inside]
Last night's lo-fi dubstep trip-out. [more inside]
A song I made for an animated movie that might exist about people that are addicted to stars. [more inside]
An electronic dance song I made the other day, but now with more of the flavor of today. [more inside]
Just some music I just made just now. [more inside]
I actually sing in this song, with lyrics and stuff. It's a first. Ok, it only is like 2 lines. [more inside]
Looong song. Epic bass. Beautiful pads. That's it. [more inside]
On a whim I decided to make a Dan Deacon-esque song. [more inside]
Ethereal dubstep/psychedelic vocoder jam. I think I love this song. [more inside]
An electronic take on Pablo Casals playing Prelude in G. [more inside]
A spaced out dub remix of OJ Da Juiceman. Features some cocaine rap so it is not for fragile ears. [more inside]
I've been working slowly on this for a while. If Love Lockdown became a depressing minimal track... [more inside]
A nice summertime dub-reggae-esque jam featuring samples of Mungo Jerry and squealing synths. [more inside]
A short sample turned into a 4 minute electronic dance track. [more inside]
A bassy electronic song that might or might not be about changing tampons. [more inside]
Dreamy pop music for the Velvet Underground Challenge [more inside]
Distorted dance music, like Black Dice but maybe slightly less abrasive. [more inside]
A simple beat I made using samples of the kids in my class saying their names. [more inside]
A Boards of Canada-esque song that I made the day that Michael died. [more inside]
Some ambient-ey stuff I've been working on for a while. Somehow I think it could should actually be longer... [more inside]
Writing music is a healthy way of coping with exam stress. Although it doesn't really help me study... [more inside]
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. [more inside]
For the April two chords challenge: As usual, a repetitive song. This time written in a slightly confusing time signature. [more inside]
A song mostly written on a Friday. [more inside]
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. [more inside]
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.
Cumbia-step made on Ableton, based on a classic Peruvian cumbia by Hijos del Sol. [more inside]
A really simple, happy song [more inside]
Guitar heavy electronic number [more inside]
Messing around with Ableton Live. It might be too long, but I don't care. [more inside]
A remix of a bandmate's song concept. First night with Ableton Live, and it's entirely worth the learning curve.
Basically a piece placed together to make use of certain new VST plugins I got. A sketch if you will. [more inside]
This recording is an experiment to see how well Ableton Live handles a performance of Terry Riley's "In C". (more inside)
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