From Bricolage’s BandCamp page:
Volumes 1 and 2 of our various artists compilations spanned all corners of the globe and provided some fantastic sounds. For Volume 3 we’ve stayed closer to home and delivered a substantial range of tracks that are all products of Scotland. In sticking with the theme of the previous compilations, the sounds are as eclectic as ever. Music from Alpha Skies, Dreamland Fantasy, Nova Noma, Gregor Garnutsi and many more.
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
Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and all the best for 2016! (^_^)
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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:
This was an experiment to see if I could display text within a spectrogram. I used Spectrasonics’ Omnisphere synth to generate sine waves at various frequencies to construct the characters. I used Renoise to program the letters, numbers, etc. as individual patterns and then sequenced these patterns to form words. iZotope’s Insight was used as the spectrogram.
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I have released my 3D model based on the TARDIS from the BBC television series Doctor Who. My model is based on the Brachacki version of the TARDIS that was featured during William Hartnell’s tenure as the first Doctor.
The model can be downloaded from <a href=”http://www.turbosquid.com/FullPreview/Index.cfm/ID/833552″ target=”_blank”>TurboSquid in Cinema 4D format.