The Bricolage Collective is currently holding a competition to remix Oscurito‘s track “Find Your Centre”. When the competition closes, two remixes will be chosen and the winners’ tracks will feature on Oscurito’s “Eastern Philosophy” EP due for release on 24th July 2017. Full details of the competition are available here.
This is my submission for the remix competition. Enjoy! (^_^)
Due to personal reasons I am a bit late posting that Fragile X has done a remix of my track The Mermaid’s Reverie. Check out his remix below.
If you want to hear the original and other remixes of The Mermaid’s Reverie then the playlist for the tracks is below:
Remix “The Mermaid’s Reverie”
Fancy having a go at remixing my track The Mermaid’s Reverie? If so you may be interested to hear I have released the individual stems for it.
If you have done a remix you can showcase it at the SoundCloud group The Mermaid’s Reverie: Remixes.
The first remix submitted, featured below, is by Leit Motif which gives The Mermaid’s Reverie a more ambient vibe.
Be sure to check back at the group for more remixes!
Happy remixing! (^_^)
My latest track Catch One’s Heart, which is dedicated to my wonderful wife, has been released and is available on SoundCloud and BandCamp:
This is my submission for The Piano Cloud’s Haiku Challenge.
A haiku is a very short form of Japanese poetry. The haiku that inspired this track is:
A train goes by,
its smoke curling
around the new tree leaves
– Masaoka Shiki
Original railroad tracks photograph by Linda Thomas which is in the public domain and available from http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=10948&picture=railroad-tracks
It’s been a long while since I’ve written any new music. This track was written mainly just to get me back into the swing of things and to try out some new mixing and effects techniques. Enjoy! (^_^)
Artwork by John William Waterhouse. This artwork is in the public domain.
This is my contribution for the second stage of the Piano Cloud‘s Wedding Challenge part 3 (Something Borrowed). This part of the challenge involved “borrowing” someone else’s piece of music (submitted during the previous stage) and doing our own interpretation of it.
The original piano music is by Brad Stark and is available here: