A most excellent metal album, with most excellent lighting.
This video was made with
Twinkly lights. I love these things so much, and you can see what they do! (Hey Twinkly, if you’d like to send me some lights, I have ideas.)
2 strings of RGB 400s Twinkly lights
1 string of RGB 250 Twinkly lights
1 curtain of 210 RGBW Twinkly lights
15 Philips hue bulbs (of various types)
1 Chauvet Geyser T6
The show was controlled with 2 iPads, a hue remote, and an RF remote.
Alexander Nakarada did the music.
You can get it here!
Available as mp3 or wav. Streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, Deezer, Tidal, Napster, and others.
I don’t know if this is the first time its been done, but prepare for a revolution in stock music!
FreePD, everyone’s favorite Public Domain Site for New Music has translated every song into emoji.
Here are some example titles:
See? You spent zero time listening, and you know exactly what the music is! :-)
All the graph paper generators on this site now generate graph paper with no information/text line!
The info line is still available on the pregenerated PDFs.
Cleaner and nicer for your graph paper needs!
A Haunted Western? Yes. A Haunted Western. It sounds exactly like this.
It is “Luigi’s Manor” meets “Red Dead Redemption”.
Man, this one is fun. Nice job Brett!
Download from YouTube, or buy a copy here: https://sellfy.com/p/l2vflg/
Game developer (and Visine enthusiast) Etienne Andlau contacted me about a game they recently published. You roll an eyeball around a maze and solve puzzles.
I love the pace of this game. I love the look of this game. I love the music in this game.
It is chill and motivating. It is insistent, yet not demanding. It works great!
Learn more about “Eyeroll”. Now available for Android and Windows.
The music used is “
Truth in the Stones“.
My friend Brett came out with a spot-on 1960’s-Era Western piece.
According to Brett, “It can be purchased here to use in your game, video, or other project.
It is awfully Western-y.