Everything here is done with a combination of Master Tracks Pro 6.0, Modplug Tracker (www.modplug.com), and/or a Korg Triton LE Workstation keyboard.
Piano, drums, and electronic sounds accompanying a flute melody.
A somewhat oriental-style song with heavy drumming, a shakuhachi, harp, and piano.
A purposefully harsh-sounding (at times) song with a piano, sitar, gamelon, and several rough electronic sounds.
A song with unusual harmonies and some intentional static. I started this song after hearing a sound I liked when I randomly tuned my guitar. Created with a Korg Triton LE Workstation, a Fender Stratocaster and Modplug Tracker.
This song has very hard percussion and some instruments with intentional static or an otherwise harsh quality. Created with Modplug Tracker and a Korg Triton LE Workstation.
A sort of experimental mesh of instruments and chords into a fairly short song. Somewhat dissonant. Created with Modplug Tracker.
A somewhat fast-paced song in a lighter mood with piano, drums, breathy vox, and a simple wave. Somewhat more repetitive than most of my other songs. Created with Modplug Tracker.
A somewhat fast-paced song with heavy piano and drums, along with a simple wave. Produced mainly with Modplug Tracker.
Completely Computer Created Music. Freestyle, dark, mainly with piano, flute, vibraphone, and triangular wave.
Completely Computer Created Music. Freestyle piano with techno elements.
Just a short, light song with strings, piano, simple wave, bells, and some techno-style drums. Took me about 5 hours to make, from inspiration to mp3. Done with my Korg Triton and Modplug tracker.
Techno song with mainly piano, distorted guitar, and some ethereal vox that I like. Done with a Korg Triton LE Workstation Keyboard, a Fender Stratocaster running through a Line-6 amp, and Modplug Tracker (www.modplug.com)
Another, older techno-ish song with piano and bells. This one is in a more major key, though.
A techno-esque song with some piano. The voices are Dan Rathers', and I got them from the Evolution Control Committee, who you should check out if you havn't. (http://www.evolution-control.com)
I play a few of the tracks on this song live on a Korg Triton keyboard. It is upbeat, with piano, bass, and drums, and a funk or jazz-like rhythm.
Slow, airy music. I was thinking of a windy, arid landscape when I created this. Mainly Breathy Vox and Piano.
June 29, 2006: Fixed some broken links. archive.org seems to keep changing where they host my files; hopefully it'll be a while before these links are broken again.
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