20 posts tagged with silly by CarrotAdventure.
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From the Betty Mitchell Sessions!
Robot Bambi II: The Return of Robot Bambi (Big City Nights)
The Sequel to Robot Bambi I [more inside]
Just a snippet - haven't posted in a while so I thought I would throw something on to help me get the ball rolling again. Also my 100th MeMu post! Thanks to everyone on here for what continues to be a richly rewarding community to be part of. Here's to another hundred wacky tracks! #LetsGetSilly
SFXjam (live improv)
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
Baidom (Lieutenant Walt Mix)
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.
Happy Birthday William
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]
Barndance (gettin' silly)
I think this is the first song I've posted with a guitar solo not done by Dagosto.
Have a silly Saturday! [more inside]
Midnight Harbour Dance
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]
Featuring everyone's favorite, BooBass!
Getting loopy (harmony arps)
I don't usually use GarageBand but here is a quick experiment using this program to create silly loops. Harmonized arpeggiators.
Neon Night Drive
Life can be more like a video game if you take everyday scenarios and add a silly soundtrack (SYTL)
The Electronic Reverie of Admiral Arpeggio
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.
Alien Rocket Skateboard Cat
Strap in, kids.
Inspired by the music of Plok, one of the baddest games ever made. [more inside]