Discussion in 'Make It So' started by Exohedron, Nov 7, 2015.
Feedback on my horrible garbage discordant techno is welcome.
I just uploaded a bunch of electronic junk I found lying around my computer to my Soundcloud.
Well, I can't play an instrument, and I can't sing, but I can use a sampled piano and auto-tune my own humming.
That's the great thing about electronics. I can't play anything other than the drums and I think I might be slightly tone-deaf. But my computer has perfect pitch and perfect timing and can make any noise I can figure out how to program.
Hey...I was in a couple of operas last term and I've got a film clip of one of my numbers. Would anyone be interested to see? I'd probably put it up for a limited time only, because I like to share but it's more of myself than I've put on the internet under this handle!
Link then! It's from Bernstein's Candide. We couldn't afford the staging rights, which is why we're effectively just emoting in like a 3' deep gangway in front of the audience. My piss-poor dancing aside I was having the time of my life & you can tell :L
you sound great in that! And it definitely looks like you were having fun!
i love Candide! what a fun show to be in. you sound amazing!
Thank you both! I had an absolute blast.
Sooo I got off my ass, installed MuseScore2 (which is really fucking good and powerful for a completely free program, omfg), and now I'm gonna redo the music in ADFR.
But first - https://soundcloud.com/user-853559648/erin
Work on the music patch for ADFR continues
recorded some folk songs, no accompaniment, for anyone who's bored and wants stuff to listen to
Finally got around to finishing some things finally
Gatebuilder: drone that turns into breakcore
Maybe I'll actually fill up my soundcloud allotment sometime this year.
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