Messing around with standup bass samples, jazz drums, and uncharacteristically undistorted guitar. This track starts out really fun, but i think gets a bit noisy in the end. Ah well.
Try out: 48 bars
(I love receiving contracts and checks in the mail, but i REALLY love receiving contracts and checks that come in envelopes like this!)
More triphop and ambient playing around. Again, just throwing ideas together. Mostly just washes of sound. Possibly also good writing music?
For your mellow listening enjoyment: Getting Over.
Playing with triphop and ambient for a little bit. This track is mostly just a bunch of unformed ideas thrown together. I could probably use an edit and maybe some more melody touches. Maybe i need a singer to to do something over it. But mostly i just wanted something that washes over you. Good writing music, ya know?
For your mellow listening enjoyment: Washed Up.
Random picture (mostly an excuse to play with contrast and color settings):
This one is ridiculous.
So, you know i’ve been trying to get my head around lyrics and … erm, singing? Well, as an experiment i tried just singing nonsense (ahem … scatting, if you will) to try to figure out a melody line. I figured i’d come up with lyrics later … but i didn’t. The horror that is me scatting is indescribable, you’ll just have to hear it.
Anyway, it all comes together in this little mess of a pop song aptly titled La la la la la la
Nothing says Mother’s Day like sugary techno-pop.
Actually, i made my mom a nice card the other day, but i forgot to take pictures before i sealed it up. Ah well.
When i tried to think of Mother’s Day themed music, there wasn’t much that came to mind. But this simple little tune at least wont offend her.
I like to imagine a giant parade of mother’s, uh, processing. Please enjoy Procession of Mothers.
Happy Mother’s Day, Mom!