Rollin at 5 Acoustic Version
Rollin at 5 Electronic Version
The sharp-eyed among you may notice the videos are really similar.
That’s because the notes are really similar (and in fact are mostly the same).
Here’s all the parts broken out in WAV format.
Combine them together in whatever way you want… still sounds pretty good. :-)
Just realized that this piece and the last post are sort of similar… quite different enough, though!
The AIF version of this piece is available for download free at SoundCloud.
Slow dark and empty with a solo voice. A full uncompressed version of this piece is available here. The download also contains individual tracks from the piece.
Sometimes you ask yourself “why?”, and then realize the answer doesn’t matter. This is cool!
Big big drums pushing a big cinematic feel. A full uncompressed version of this piece is available here. The download also contains individual tracks from the piece.
This piece features 8Dio’s “Hybrid Tools 3″, with a little help from NI’s “Rise and Hit” and a couple of pianos from NI’s “The Giant”.
Download available from Soundcloud.
Local listing here.
As of June 1, I am implementing a policy change with my emails.
If you’re asking me a question that is answered on the FAQ or licenses page, I will not respond.
I’ve tried to respond to every email that I get from people! The straws have finally broken the camel’s back. I understand that no one tried to add straws, and that a simple email is just a simple email. How can that be a problem?
Well, if you get 20 questions a day that are all pretty much the same… AND they are answered right at the top of your FAQ… it is a problem.
Maybe I should make a FAQ video?
I got this note yesterday from Alex, who I assume is a student*. My music was used in a production of “Beowulf” at Chatham Academy. It is one of the cooler thank you notes I’ve gotten. :-)
* The lines in the paper are quite far apart. As schooling progresses, the space between the lines tends to diminish from Extra-Wide in elementary school to Really Really Narrow in grad school. This paper appears to be pretty wide – probably middle school.
On the other hand, while still popular now, the name “Alex” peaked in absolute terms around 1988. On average**, Alex would be about 26 years old. There is also the cursive handwriting. I can’t really read cursive and have not penned it since that one test in second grade. From my experience, people who write in cursive tend to have been born in the 1960s or before (~50+ years old).
Taking all the information into account – I would profile Alex as a 55-year-old middle-schooler… which is probably wrong.
So, anyway Alex… faculty or student doesn’t matter… You’re welcome!
** Actually, it is the mode.
P.S. Yes, this is how my brain works.
As a departure from our usual programming of instrumental music, I give you the 23-minute epic monolog of “Mister Koon”. Recorded, edited, and audio engineered by me.
“I did not shop the pig. I did not purchase my lemons and tangerines and grapefruit, nor my granola.”