Album is free to download! However, since Bandcamp only gives me 200 free downloads I’ve opted to create a Dropbox mirror. Probably a good idea to get it there if you don’t much like the idea of throwing money at me =33
In any case, please share it if you like it! Heck share it if you don’t like it. Just… just share it, okay?
So yeah, I did a short recording of some lines for Doc Scratch for this fun voice-acting thing happening in the MSPA forums (Comic Discussion thread, specifically), and decided to post it here as well. I do hope you enjoy!
Hey everyone, I wanted to let you all know about my latest full-length album. This is the one I’ve been working on non-stop since October, and it’s the culmination of a year’s work in EDM production. Please like, reblog, and share my work, if you’re so inclined to post it up on a seedy filesharing site I’m not about to stop you. But most importantly, I really hope you enjoy even one track. (:
Earth is the element of substance, making Earthbenders and their people in general proud, persistent and enduring. Chances are, you are patient and know how wait, and listen, for the right moment to act.
20% Fire, 30% Earth, 40% Water and 20% Air!
Water is the element of change. Waterbenders deal with the flow of energy, they let their defense become their offense, turning their opponents own forces against them. Chances are you are versatile and in tune with the world around you.
what a bizarre quiz
35% Fire, 30% Earth, 30% Water and 25% Air!
I’ll agree with this.
20% Fire, 15% Earth, 35% Water and 50% Air!
Air is the element of freedom. Airbenders continually sought spiritual enlightenment, the result being that all Air Nomads are benders. The key to Airbending is flexibility, finding and following the path of least resistance. Airbending is notable for being almost entirely defensive, however it is reputed to be the most dynamic of the four bending arts. Chances are, you are quick thinking and able to see multiple solutions to a single situation.
I’m okay with this. Despite the whole being murdered thing
I always wondered how handy an extra set of fingers would be, when playing the organ. I had a dream Andrew Hussie used this in a flash, much like this one, or that one where he’s showing dream bubble Vriska the cool pipe organ on Lowas.
This is the piece that got me attention early on. I remember being so excited that when it first got 100 notes, haha! When I submitted it to the music contest this past month I got some critique on it that I definitely agreed with. Overall the piece didn’t feel dynamic and was at one tempo. The big ending didn’t feel like a big ending because it wasn’t any louder than the beginning. There just wasn’t enough contrast, despite being a cool sounding.
Well, I took that into consideration. I’m a performer so when I write I tend to gloss over performance things like that as I know how I want to interpret it when I play. I’m not used to writing stuff like that in so much as hearing it in my head when its being written.
Alright, I know you’re not here to listen to me talk about music all day so, please enjoy Pipeorgankind: Redux
Thanks in advance for your likes and reblogs! You’re too nice to me :3c
There really are no words, but let me attempt to convey my reaction: This is entirely too fantastic, dude! Just, this whole piece is so grand in the best way.
just because i don’t like the very root concept of religion doesn’t mean i think all religions or religious people are evil, want christians to die, or anything like that. i can dislike the general concept but still find good people in any religion. religion shouldn’t…
Making a post from my own blog centering on this for people online now (although a lot of my followers have probably seen this today and Tynic’s art with links and Starguarded’s reblog of my reblog on his video are out there)
Getting done with one’s exercises, being about a mile away from one’s home, and feeling like your knee is all sorts of fucked up, and having to fucking contemplate tearing another ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) and going through sports therapy for another 8-10 months.
I admit, I mostly overlooked the Squiddles album at first. Eventually I came around, though; I believe the turning point was when Jit posted the remastered version of this piece. Both versions are just so serene and peaceful that you wouldn’t expect them at all on such a saccharine children’s album
How do they have a campfire underwater, you ask? How can they play harmonica? Shush now, those questions are not important. They’ve earned their reprieve from vile Plumbthroat; let them savor it.
Hey, a chill song from Squiddles got a review? Wonderful, I’ve always enjoyed this track (hell the whole album), and the remastered version sounds just grand.
Hey, what’s up, this is Veritas Unae, or Scott as I’m known in the (lame) real world. I do a lot of things, one of which is make music! I recently released an album called ‘element’, which was a concept album based around the natural elements: fire, earth, wind, water….