Mon. Jan 23, 2006
It seems that every two to three weeks, in the course of eating, sleeping, working, and goofing off, I still manage to squeeze out some form of audio mayhem and claim it as music. People talk about how they’re good for maybe 3,000 words per day (no matter how you divide it up, email, work, or blogging). I’m apparently good for about 4 minutes of music every three weeks or so.
Or bad for it. You be the judge.
Today’s offering is another of those blatantly self-descriptive titles: “Chirptronica” (4:23, 7.5MB). Discerning listeners might recognize that the distorted synth pattern about two minutes in (during the bridge) is actually a pilfered sample from “The Hand That Feeds” by NIN (which Trent Reznor kindly released in the Garageband format just so rookies like me could play with it)
Other tunage can be found on the downloads page.