Monthly Archives: September 2013

Album Review – Fake the Bitters

The first album from 8bit Betty in many many years. Before I get into the analysis of this, a bit of background on the production techniques used here. This is an entire album built with a technique called “Fake bit”.

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Ashton Manor

So you’re doing a british-style drama and need an opening theme, huh? I got ya! I did this on spec for someone who didn’t hire me… so I cleaned it up to give to everyone! Enjoy. Download here: Ashton Manor

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Chaos Series

I’ve been promising people some chill haunting music for a while, and tonight, you get it! Day of Chaos Evening of Chaos Night of Chaos When you’re scoring horror, it is important to put the bits exactly where they need

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Lost Frontier

Here’s a piece I did recently as a proof of concept for a video game. Beautiful slow strings, with just a bit of interest every now and again. Purchase a giant download of all the individual uncompressed parts. Download the

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Tempting Secrets

Using the beautiful new flute samples from 8Dio. (their site is a horrible, horrible experience – but their instruments are fantastic!) I originally wrote this piece for Alto Flute, but the new virtual instrument was so compelling, I had to

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Demystifying the YouTube Claims Process

I usually make cartoons for this sort of thing, but there is no time! I’ve been getting a pile of emails every day about false claims in the ContentID process on YouTube. I wrote this article to help everyone understand

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