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29 Sep 2021, 10:14 pm

Found a recording of a Gershwin interpretation I did many years ago in high school. The song it's based on is "Someone to Watch Over Me".

https://voca.ro/17V4t1xC6bTJ



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28 Oct 2021, 11:37 am

Anyone into black metal? If so, here is a new song I have released for my solo black metal project.
https://ktaadn.bandcamp.com/track/dreams



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28 Oct 2021, 11:46 am

MJS7101 wrote:
Anyone into black metal? If so, here is a new song I have released for my solo black metal project.
https://ktaadn.bandcamp.com/track/dreams


Reminds me of Weakling.


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28 Oct 2021, 12:15 pm

funeralxempire wrote:
MJS7101 wrote:
Anyone into black metal? If so, here is a new song I have released for my solo black metal project.
https://ktaadn.bandcamp.com/track/dreams


Reminds me of Weakling.


Nice



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28 Oct 2021, 12:52 pm

MJS7101 wrote:
funeralxempire wrote:
MJS7101 wrote:
Anyone into black metal? If so, here is a new song I have released for my solo black metal project.
https://ktaadn.bandcamp.com/track/dreams


Reminds me of Weakling.


Nice


It's good. I really need to give more attention to working on music again.


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28 Oct 2021, 2:51 pm

funeralxempire wrote:
MJS7101 wrote:
funeralxempire wrote:
MJS7101 wrote:
Anyone into black metal? If so, here is a new song I have released for my solo black metal project.
https://ktaadn.bandcamp.com/track/dreams


Reminds me of Weakling.


Nice


It's good. I really need to give more attention to working on music again.


Thank you



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30 Oct 2021, 2:05 pm

Not sure if this has been posted anywhere. I started playing music about 13 or so years ago. I started on an ukulele after seeing Jake Shimabukuro perform on Conan O’Brien at the end of 2008, bought my first uke 6 months later. Then 6 months after buying my first uke (and watching a well-meaning crackhead accidentally drop a TV on it in Findlay, OH), I was miraculously able to watch Jake perform in my tiny home town in Alaska. I was in the very front row, the closest to him. It was amazing, and everyone just shut up and appreciated the virtuoso that is Shimabukuro.

If anyone’s familiar with him, he is FAST, and though I’ve taught myself, I’ve always held that speed as a high goal for me. I’ve never really played music for other people’s enjoyment, it’s more for myself and it’s very cathartic. It helps me relieve built up emotions in a way that nothing else can.

Here’s a video of a quick jam I did this morning. It’s always awkward playing once I hit the record button, all of a sudden here’s pressure, and I’m not quite as free or expressive, but here it is. Let me know what you play!


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30 Oct 2021, 2:17 pm





Or, some guitar playing:
https://vocaroo.com/1WwEXp7kXw8C


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30 Oct 2021, 2:43 pm

I love Satie. Your last video is my favorite, with the Whinnie he Pooh backdrop. Super cool, good stuff


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09 Jan 2022, 4:45 am

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Or, some guitar playing:
https://vocaroo.com/1WwEXp7kXw8C



those are really good beats...im feeling em!


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09 Jan 2022, 2:39 pm

I got back into this a bit this past fall.

My first '3/4' atmospheric d&b track:

5PRYME - Tropical Geometry
https://soundcloud.com/5pryme/5pryme-tropical-geometry


Shredding some Metalheadz apaches at 128 bpm:

5PRYME - Walking Apaches
https://soundcloud.com/5pryme/walking-apaches-128-bpm


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20 Jan 2022, 9:54 am

There's so many ways to live in death oh, no, there’s so many ways to fly steady as we go, go, cause life can pass us right bye, why, and life can pass us right by yet we wish to try.


Chillin in my shelter dorm I’m just watchin', and to my amaze I see how critique the residence is. I could not listen to Danny and just stop drop lock cock it and pop it, but we both know that would be preposterous nonsense. There talking about respect can be compensated for punishment and that’s so one sided, and you wonder why the residents here are so criminal minded. It comes around my ways, throughout all my morning days, it’s hard to maintain when the other resident got praise and they know respect’s supposed to invest us and they’re wondering why Markelle says dus and it’s because of my exposure to criminal injustice.


There's so many ways to live in death oh, no, there’s so many ways to fly steady as we go, go, cause life can pass us right bye, why, and life can pass us right by yet we wish to try. (I wrote this song )



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22 Mar 2022, 10:05 pm

Hi Everyone,

I thought I'd share my music here since I am an Aspie musician. I have been involved with music my whole life. I started out DJing and rapping, then played the piano and drums a little. I have always done audio engineering as well, and in the past decade I got serious about collecting jazz records and becoming a biographer for a famous jazz engineer named Rudy Van Gelder.

Well in the past 1.5 years I have found a new musical passion, making electronic music with a modular synthesizer. I studied electronic music in college two decades ago and it was a lot of fun to return to it recently! Here are some links if you are interested:

My website: https://r-omega.com
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6DPCB ... LaMNFNQSBg

One of My Tracks:



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23 Mar 2022, 5:43 am

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Hi Everyone,

I thought I'd share my music here since I am an Aspie musician. I have been involved with music my whole life. I started out DJing and rapping, then played the piano and drums a little. I have always done audio engineering as well, and in the past decade I got serious about collecting jazz records and becoming a biographer for a famous jazz engineer named Rudy Van Gelder.

Well in the past 1.5 years I have found a new musical passion, making electronic music with a modular synthesizer. I studied electronic music in college two decades ago and it was a lot of fun to return to it recently! Here are some links if you are interested:

My website: https://r-omega.com
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6DPCB ... LaMNFNQSBg

One of My Tracks:



Neat stuff!

Out of curiosity do you have any familiarity with ASC and his Auxillary label? If not you might enjoy it.


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24 Mar 2022, 4:23 am

techstepgenr8tion wrote:
r_omega wrote:
Hi Everyone,

I thought I'd share my music here since I am an Aspie musician. I have been involved with music my whole life. I started out DJing and rapping, then played the piano and drums a little. I have always done audio engineering as well, and in the past decade I got serious about collecting jazz records and becoming a biographer for a famous jazz engineer named Rudy Van Gelder.

Well in the past 1.5 years I have found a new musical passion, making electronic music with a modular synthesizer. I studied electronic music in college two decades ago and it was a lot of fun to return to it recently! Here are some links if you are interested:

My website: https://r-omega.com
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6DPCB ... LaMNFNQSBg

One of My Tracks:



Neat stuff!

Out of curiosity do you have any familiarity with ASC and his Auxillary label? If not you might enjoy it.


I did not until I checked some of it out yesterday, thanks for the recommendation.