Author: Kevin MacLeod

Composerish: The Sound of Silence in MP3s, and Music For Tabletop Games

Subscribe! (It is free! Also; No ads!) Ever wonder why some mp3 loops sometimes have a gap in them? Is this messing up your game? Bryan and Kevin discuss why this is and potential fixes. Also, music for tabletop games!

Canon in D … IN SPACE!

Canon in D Interstellar Mix This version of canon in D is so over-the-top, it has gone into orbit! Hah! Bit glitch reggae trap beat. You can tune out the instrumentals and just focus on the trap beat. It’s a

Composerish: Scuffles, Binaural Mixing, and Kubrick

Subscribe! (It is free! Also; No ads!) This week we discuss when and how to deal with edit requests that you disagree with, how binaural mixing techniques can be applied to general music creation, and Kevin’s new project rescoring Kubrick’s,

How do you get two harpists to play in time? … Shoot one of ’em.

Canon in D for Two Harps Harpists, by nature, are solitary people who love horses. Getting harpists to play fast together and contour a melodic line is neigh-on impossible. So we have to give all the notes to one person

Composerish: Drones and musical emergencies.

Subscribe! (It is free! Also; No ads!) Kevin tells us what software and instruments he uses to create detailed drones and pads. Then we tackle the challenges of writing last minute music for projects and what directors and producers can

Robots can groove too!

On Hold for You The tenor sax performance in this piece was done by an AI musician. The notes and chords were generated algorithmically (not by an AI). https://sites.research.google/tonetransfer 0:33 there is an amazingly smooth and correct sounding run-up. 0:50