If you happen to be a person looking for the uncompressed high quality .wav-files you can now download a bundle with over 350 pieces of my music in this format for only $35 through BandCamp! All music as usual licensed under Creative Commons.
Crank it up, ladies and gentlemen! Come on! Let’s go! You know HOW TO CRANK! Let’s go clockwise! Like… clockwise from the top – not the bottom. Grab it from the top. Either hand. It doesn’t matter. Now CRANK IT! Crank it. …like how a clock moves. The other way. If you take the part farthest from you and move it to the right… Counter-widdershins? You know what, it doesn’t really need to be cranked. You can download the full uncompressed files here!
There’s always someone who is uncomfortably excited.
This is for all you border collies hopped up on Adderall.
This music is dangerously energetic and may cause paranoia, anxiety, and/or hallucinations. Not the fun kind of hallucinations, either. These are the kind of hallucinations where ponies with 8 spider-like legs are climbing on your ceiling and walls while singing “Barbie Girl” and criticizing your over-bland dating profile. You can download the full uncompressed files here!
They make you think, but not too much. When you have a character in your film that is doing something, but we aren’t quite sure why, THIS is your track.
Packing a suitcase full of marshmallows? Half Mystery!
Wiring a toaster into the side of a city bus? Half Mystery!
Talking to their mother-in-law about monocot sexuality? Actually… that might be too much for this track. You can download the full uncompressed files here!
Isn’t it amazing how compelling an old synthesizer can be when it is being run by an arpeggiator? There are so many subtle patterns that present. Before arpeggiators, we had to find patterns in our music by using corkboards, newspaper clippings, pushpins, coloured yarn, and 8×10 black and white glossy photos.
The percussion does change during this piece, but it won’t get in the way of your energetic interview.
We all need sadness sometimes. I have a sadness Loot-Box subscription.
This month, I got some get-well cards for babies, wilted iceberg lettuce,
a 1999 Gateway laptop, 3 popped balloons, and a die-hard Montreal Expos
fan. The service ships everything in an empty box of wine with a broken spigot. You can download the full uncompressed files here!