Sunday, November 18, 2007

New Music, New Section

I added a new section for posting my music there on the right. The project I've been working on in Fleximusic I'm calling "Horrid Noise Explosion", snapshot 2 is new.

6 comments:

some old moron in a schmock said...

"I have to credit my buddy for burying it deep in a bunch of random other tunes, making it hard to find, and thus delayiung the inflicting it on the world."

As Marcus said to Kurdy, in "Strange Attractors":

"From chaos comes beauty."

At any rate, I try - in fact, I am often told that I am a very "trying" person indeed. And yes - you're welcome! ;-)

some old moron in a schmock said...

Oh, 'PS': It seems to me that either I'm missing the point entirely (a likely scenario, certainly), or else you're perhaps being a bit overly harsh in your selection of rating options (re: the 'how do you rate this music' poll-thingy). I mean, where's the "None of the above" button, for instance? Oh - and you also seem to have forgot the "Ear-abusing" and "Puts my head in a blender" selections also.

Pity. Overall, you seem to be evading the positive? I, for instance, actually kind of *enjoyed* it - perhaps it somehow resonates my particular sets of mental instabilities or somesuch; who knows...

Oh - and where *did* "Windy Day" get blown off to, anyhow? I seem to remember that particular occasion somewhat happily....

Guess I'm still rummaging.

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Rake said...
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Rake said...

Eu estou receoso que eu não falo o português, ou o soletre provavelmente mesmo corretamente, assim que eu tive que empregar os serviços de um tradutor desajeitado do Internet para analisar gramaticalmente sua mensagem. Parece ser uma propaganda. Eu estou receoso que eu não a compreendi inteiramente. Eu tenho que inquirir sobre uma expressão portuguese suposta que alguém me ensine. Vai: de "Para du inshere usaco" (sic). Aparentemente os meios da expressão, "eu penso que você está tentando ganhar o favor embora o flattery, e eu não somos imprimidos particularmente." O equivalente aproximado do inglês "Quit blowing smoke up my ass." (é parado fundir o fumo acima de meu burro.) Era eu ensinei corretamente, ou meu colega de trabalho fui tido um engraçado em mim?

Rake said...

Ha ha. You should run that back through Alta Vista translator. It's kinda funny, and adds elements that I didn't really mean.

Doc: Yeah, it sorta does sound like you're missing the point. That self-music-deprecation is all tongue-in-cheek. Of course I don't publish music because I think it sucks. You know, I'm being SGR, not Dave. I'm sort of using a bent on advertising I learned from a bottle of wine called "Rotting Grape." It's meant to be an attention grabber. "What's with this guy? Let's see."

I'm posting my music in development stages, much like alpha and beta software releases. I also plan on posting some or all of the component wav files, in case of some musically-like minded person makes something interesting out of that that I wouldn't have thought of, and makes THAT available. You know anyone who might do something like that, Doc?

About Windy Day: I might or might not still have it. The Internet doesn't anymore, I know that. When I first uploaded music a year ago, I posted "Demented Polka" on audiostreet.net, and "Windy Day" on some other site, which has since dropped it. Since audiostreet hangs on to my stuff, I'm going with that for the mp3s. But I digress. I'm sure I've got a backup CD from then that includes Windy Day, but I can't make it work unless and until I re-install Linux.