The title track from an EP I released today on Bandcamp, subtitled "a mini cyberspace adventure". Electronic bass music with a moderate tempo.
Live tweaking glitchy percussion loops, with warm synths to sweeten the deal.
Continuing with my beat-oriented theme of late. Autechre-like, but they're still 1,000 times better than I am. This one's noisy and glitchy, just the way I like it.
A curious alien has snatched one of our spacecraft from orbit and sent back a very strange signal...
High dynamic range and distortion wrapped in a a heartbeat-like 73 BPM.
Something a spacecraft might hear on the edge of the solar system
A mellow, trippy piece with a discordant edge. File under "dark ambient for stoners."
2 minutes and 30 seconds of crap
A dark, drone/noise piece that develops slowly
A relaxing drone; noise waveforms are dominant again
Extra dark and ominous; uses mostly noise waveforms instead of sine waves
Exceptionally resonant bass channel with two layers of percussion on top [more inside]
Dark ambient work with an industrial undertone and extreme use of reverb [more inside]
Dark and moody. Lots of reverb. This is my fourth generative piece.
Six layers of sound, created completely from scratch in the Operator soft synth, sent through a filter delayed return track
Second generative piece; bassy pad and six layers of percussion
My first foray into generative music; bass drone with four layers of percussion on top
Another dark ambient piece; more fun than a farmhouse under seige
A quiet, haunting track with drones, chimes, and muted bass beats [more inside]
muffled, glitchy beats in five layers [more inside]
Background hum that becomes a melodious, multi-layered trip [more inside]
Howling wind ambience, strongly beat-oriented, and spikes of high and low notes
Endcaps of warbling drone punctuated by bass stabs, and a middle section of high rhythmic complexity [more inside]
Relaxing ambient piece. I continue to love using the automation controls in Ableton Live.
A harsh, glitchy, beat-driven piece.
My most melody-driven piece thus far. I'm not totally happy with it, but I got tired of tweaking things. I have several other half-finished music projects I want to work on, so it was nice push this out the door.
My second song ever, made in Ableton Live. I figured out how to use the automation controls for better fades in/fades out, and I think it has a cleaner sound overall than my first one. Comments welcome.
I love evolving a feeling or a story out of feedback. This uses the free DFX Transverb plug with Ableton Live, where I set up various send channels to feed on and eventually destroy each other.