Two Three Five is another song I created for FNI, an album I’m attempting to make. It’s got some gritty synth sounds and a dance beat and uses a few techniques I’ve not attempted yet. Anyway, take a listen!
All integers can be represented as a product of primes.
I started following the Twitch stream of a great Killer Instinct player named Paul Ramos. His delivery is pretty comical and his confidence in the competitive world of fighting games is admirable. He spends a great deal of his time helping to train other players, and during one such session I sampled a bit of his dialog. It eventually became this song, The Sweet Spot. After some tweaking, the version I’ve put up on SoundCloud is “The Three Alarm Mix”. Listen for PaulB more or less taunting his friendly foe in a few spots in the track. Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments.
I like this! That’s good!
I came across an exciting new service today. One that promises to take our massive photo collections and make some sense of them automagically. The app is named Bundle and, as of this writing, is in private beta. The Dutch firm has raised quite a bit of money to attempt to take on some serious competition. The least of which is Facebook, which features facial recognition already. I’ve thrown my email in to sign up regardless of the fact that I need another photo sharing account like I need a hole in the head. Why? Because if it’s as automatic as they say it is, I shouldn’t feel burdened by it. Right? In any case I think it’s important to support startups, so give them a shot and invite your friends!
Everyone knows that ghosts are faked by our imaginations, but now you can make real ghosts in a lab! And they’re infinitely more real than anything ever reported before, since actual ghosts don’t exist at all.
How to Make a Ghost
I just popped open my DAW and found I had basically finished a song without realizing it. Without further ado, here is Get Home, from my album FNI. I hope you enjoy it!
The world is a scary place. We should get home.