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StefanMemos
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26 Oct 2018, 6:23 pm

I wrote a song yesterday about anxiety and agoraphobia. Recorded a music video featuring my cat to make it more uplifting.



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29 Oct 2018, 7:38 pm

AngelRho wrote:
I’m currently working on a PureData patch. Here here’s what I have so far—simple sequencer playing an atonal tune. My goal is to create a generative music composition algorithm. It’s a small start, but still a start!




Very well done! I'm currently learning Max/MSP/jitter at uni as a course for my masters degree... I'm just at the most noobish starter level haha... worked years with Cubase thought this is gonna be easy transition but nah - ah! however my god this is interesting and I'm just discovering the tip of the tip of the tip of the iceberg.

Can't wait to get better, seems you're quite experienced (although I'm not experienced enough to know who's relatively experienced lol)



1stSauce
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11 Nov 2018, 6:14 am

New single. Dropping on all major platforms Nov 23!! !
https://soundcloud.com/tim-brooks-28/si ... r-n-louder



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17 Mar 2019, 10:02 pm

She rolls like Dizzee, I like.


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1stSauce
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17 Apr 2019, 3:46 am

A song I finished writing over the weekend
Albatross - "Happy Again"

Verse 1
What's bothering you?? Tell me why you're blue
Is it something that somebody did or said??
HEY!! ! No need to be so glum - Just turn and face the sun
And let the shadows fall behind you

Bridge
So when the clouds gather and the rain begins to patter
Just hum a melody and turn that frown upside down
I know things'll get better - rather late than never!!
Brighter days lay ahead for those who wait

Chorus
I want you to be happy again - I want to see you smile once more
Turn that frown upside down till we can't laugh no more
I wanna make your day brighter - just a little bit lighter
So let the rain wash away those tears down the drain

Verse 2
What's made you cry?? Tears are in your eyes
There's no need to fuss and panic
HEY!! ! No need to be so glum
Just turn to face the sun and let the radiant light
Melt away your heartache

Bridge
So when the clouds gather and the rain begins to patter
Just hum a melody and turn that frown upside down
I know things'll get better - rather late than never!!
Brighter days lay ahead for those who wait

Chorus
I want you to be happy again - I want to see you smile once more
Turn that frown upside down till we can't laugh no more
I wanna make your day brighter - just a little bit lighter
So let the rain wash away those tears down the drain



dyadiccounterpoint
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07 May 2019, 12:08 pm

I was going through some of the older pieces I wrote when I started composing, and I found this little gem. I wrote it as part of a 15 minute, 5 movement piece while I was obsessing over it during several LSD experiences. It's one of the more consonant movements.

There is a vague narrative in the 5 movements, and this, the final movement, begins with an ascension from chaos (the concepts of wrath and aggression were pervading the 4th movement this is evolving out of) into..well...basically a cliché ending. It's meant to have an unsettled feeling of hope rising into a sincere and heightened sense of beauty and then concluding with the expected and ordinary in an almost dissatisfying predictability.


https://soundcloud.com/user-251849607/s ... and-finale


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07 May 2019, 7:44 pm

dyadiccounterpoint wrote:
I was going through some of the older pieces I wrote when I started composing, and I found this little gem. I wrote it as part of a 15 minute, 5 movement piece while I was obsessing over it during several LSD experiences. It's one of the more consonant movements.

There is a vague narrative in the 5 movements, and this, the final movement, begins with an ascension from chaos (the concepts of wrath and aggression were pervading the 4th movement this is evolving out of) into..well...basically a cliché ending. It's meant to have an unsettled feeling of hope rising into a sincere and heightened sense of beauty and then concluding with the expected and ordinary in an almost dissatisfying predictability.


https://soundcloud.com/user-251849607/s ... and-finale

Good chord progressions, splits, and balancing on this.


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09 May 2019, 7:34 am

techstepgenr8tion wrote:
dyadiccounterpoint wrote:
I was going through some of the older pieces I wrote when I started composing, and I found this little gem. I wrote it as part of a 15 minute, 5 movement piece while I was obsessing over it during several LSD experiences. It's one of the more consonant movements.

There is a vague narrative in the 5 movements, and this, the final movement, begins with an ascension from chaos (the concepts of wrath and aggression were pervading the 4th movement this is evolving out of) into..well...basically a cliché ending. It's meant to have an unsettled feeling of hope rising into a sincere and heightened sense of beauty and then concluding with the expected and ordinary in an almost dissatisfying predictability.


https://soundcloud.com/user-251849607/s ... and-finale

Good chord progressions, splits, and balancing on this.


Thanks for listening!


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1stSauce
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15 Jul 2019, 11:51 am

New EDM track I quickly knocked out
https://soundcloud.com/tim-brooks-28/al ... mid-riddim



kristallen
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02 Aug 2019, 10:18 pm



A track I made the day before christmas a few years ago. Unfortunately the bible reading (it's not me, found it online) is in Swedish.


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09 Sep 2019, 9:19 am

"Stuck Inside a Pit"
An album that has a theme around living with autism.
Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/1456478826
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1EOxCmT6hx3WlTyVYRwW3X


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