The first thing I've finished in months! It's of the epic prog metal nature and I'm so proud of it! Check it out and don't forget to review ;)
As those of you who regularly check in may have noticed, there's been a huge lack of musical production lately.. nothing in over a month. I'm not dead yet! I've been awfully busy with myself lately. I've been buying a LOT of music so I've been going through a musical metamorphosis over the past few months, taking in many different kinds of music and raising my understanding of the possibilities of music, in and out of the progressive rock spectrum.
I'm also gonna be taking up the congas in a couple of weeks as a birthday present from Pa so I'm gonna include the congas in my music pretty soon.
But I have some ideas in store. They're not very well developed yet but they're great starts I assure you! Even one with words!
It's not a big deal but I radically changed a section in my song "Wild Plane Ride." Check it out.
I have a new song up: Strange Jungle. Check it out! There's some cool stuff in that song that you might like.
And I didn't make a post for my other song "Insanity Now." I know it's overdue and it probably doesn't matter at this point but let me get it out of my system lol. Check it out
There. Enjoy your life.
Atlantis City is the name. It's basically trance with my metal keyboard style thrown in 2 1/2 minutes in. Here's a suggestion: wear headphones for it.
You can click here for it! :D
"The Ngorongoro Monster" African tribal music (sort of). Check it out!
I haven't been keeping the few of you who listen to my music up to date on my metal operetta... Anyway, terrible news: The singer involuntarily backed out!
The guy who was going to sing for the operetta, along with his family of five people, recently moved to Tennessee because they couldn't handle paying the ridiculous cost of living in New York City. Since he comes from a low or lower-middle class family, he has no access to any recording stuff of any kind, which is why I needed him around and I own some better-than-decent recording equipment. Plus, because he had no prior vocal training, I had to coach him on his singing, delivery, and articulation but despite his lack of training, he has a Pavarotti thing going on in his singing and I think an extra push could lead him into a promising career singing opera. And he has perfect pitch, despite not knowing what the notes are called.
Anyway, despite the loss, the project is not kaput and I'm still moving forward. since I'm taking voice lessons in college next semester, I'll probably meet some decent singers who have what I'm looking for. However, I have my doubts because I don't trust the caliber of the students that attend this school and I'd be lucky to find one with the qualities I'm looking for there. I'm not singing on the project because my voice (not only singing but in general) is god awful, in my opinion.
Check out my fantasy. Hard shit to play...
I'm BAAAACCCCKKKKK!!! The trip to the Berkshire Mountains was really awesome but it's nice to have the internet back at my fingertips and everything within walking distance again. I did a bunch of stuff but I don't want to bore you with that.
Anyway, musically, there's a lot coming this way. I'm gonna upload a jazz fusion song in a minute. I've also started working on a not-classical symphony. There's a movement up on NG already but I thought it was so good, I wanted to turn it into something more ambitious. The movement is called "Divine Comedy I: Inferno" on Newgrounds. Check it. Anyway, look out for "Sounds of New York City."