An Unexpected Descent into the World of Assonant Noises
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    An Unexpected Descent into the World of Assonant Noises

    Lately I've been trying my hand at digital musicry. I'm not very good...but it's a fun hobby. [SoundCloud]
    Does anyone else here make music that they want to share?

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    i made this for a school project. sadly it was a project about making a spice rack from MDF so i failed



    Last edited by Velocity Kendall; December 19th, 2012 at 11:27 AM.
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    that's...actually pretty cool.

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    Dang, I wish I could still open the music files I made for one of my school animation projects... I made it using nothing but rubberbands and a shoebox and some ancient copy of SoundEdit. It was... Interesting.

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    I used to do a lot of nonsense music to go behind animations. You know, stuff that moved things along but didn't call attention to itself. I used a program called FruityLoops (now FL Studio), which was great fun to work with. It had really good-sounding synths and you could pour midi files into it.

    Do you know how many free midi files are out there, just waiting to be re-imagined for timpani and nose flute?

    I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
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    Well, I did try my hand at a variety of different instruments (acoustic guitar, bass, djembe, didgeridoo, ocarina), but I realized I didn't have a musical bone in my body.

    Hey, at least now when I have guests over, they assume I'm talented simply because I have dusty instruments lying around everywhere

    ĒI havenít failed. Iíve just found 10,000 ways that wonít work.Ē - Thomas Edison


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