You read that right. Four. Not because I'm proficient or anything, but simply because I haven't posted a blog in a while. How lame.
I'm going to put them in alphabetical order, which just so happens to also put the two tracks with vocal noises in the middle.
I'll try to ease you into all this with Cerberus. It starts off innocent enough, all nice and chill - just a solitary guitar and some droning noise - eventually transforming into some chunky metal riffs and orchestral fanfare. This is perhaps the longest buildup I've ever done in a track, but I think it works.
Oh and this one was written on camera, if you want to see how I make a music track.
2. Falling Through The Air
Now it's time for some Drum 'n' Bass with wubs and whirrs and forever-vocals. A pretty straight-forward track overall, with some glitches and short change-ups here and there to keep things moving along. Oh and this is the theme song for Audiosurf Air and stuff, so whenever that is released, you'll probably be hearing this song again.
3. It's Gonna Be Alright
This is the newest of the bunch. I've never made a proper ambient rock song before. At least, until this track. This track is just that very thing. It's all hopeful and uplifting like a soft fluffy pillow of reassurance. Cuddle it and it will cuddle you back.
4. Reveal (remix)
This is in fact the oldest of the bunch, being the first track I made this year. It's a remix of a piece of music made by a dear friend of mine. It's a fairly old track of hers too, but it has a nice melody going on and I wanted to rework it into a different style. The original is all trancey.
All four tracks have string ensembles in them, because that's how I roll.
Anyway, there you have it. Four new music tracks from this side of the bullet-proof enclosure.
I hope you enjoy them!
Oh and here are some download links: