wrote a heavy drone/ambient track for song-of-the-week: "abyssal zone"
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the song i wrote for this week is an ominous synth homage to horror movies:
soundtrack for today: "?ILLEGAL TRACK OR SECTOR" (1999) by MAT64
I'd like to remind you this is literally the plot of Johnny Mnemonic (1995)
this is another procedurally-generated song; the slicing and reassembling the breaks is done semi-randomly by a python program, along with the distortion.
this week's song-of-the-week entry is some especially loud/glitchy drum-and-noise:
(based on a one measure 808 break)
for my song-of-the-week club this week i wrote a very simple piece of aleatoric music using the WebAudio synthesizer API:
(plays a bit better in chrome although it does work in firefox too)
the piece is called "this is fine"
just wrote another MOSAIC Strict module. for some reason this format is really working for me right now:
"i want the internet, and computation as a whole, to explode into an uncountable number of highly heterogenous domains that can never again be re-united, and have this quality be so obvious that
nobody ever even tries. i want there to be domains outside of yours, and for them to be taxing but rewarding to access."
(arguably i should try to adapt a preexisting thing like orca but making my own thing is half the fun)
i made a bytebeat noise song about migraines.
it draws heavily on other examples. the mp3 compression makes it sound pretty weird/squelchy so i also included the original wav for maximum buzz.
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