This week’s Epic Song is “Mars” by Gustav Holst. Check it out on the ESotW page. — This one was a bit tardy, apologies. Last week’s ESotW was “The Odyssey” by Symphony X.
Our house just got underwritten for auction. On November 1st it will be sold. And with our current plans, come November 28, I will no longer be living in this country. All I can say is that you’d better put up a fight, Australia. Can you handle this? You better hope so.
This week’s Epic Song is “The Odyssey” by Symphony X. Check it out on the ESotW page. This time I’ve gone into rather a lot of detail about the song’s structure. But it’s called “The Odyssey” for a reason. 😛 — Last week’s ESotW was “A Nightmare to Remember” by Dream Theater.
The collaboration between John Weekley, Stuart Rynn, and myself, is complete. 🙂 Check it belooooooooooooow. “Bound for Glory”
Just a heads-up – the menu bar at the top has been updated, so the pages are in a more pleasing order. By default, this blog theme arranges them all alphabetically – now, the important pages come first, and the ones linking off-site come last. There’s also now a quick link for my YouTube channel, …
Three new MIDIs are now available on my MIDI page. Coal (3:51) Dispersion (3:12) Geometry (4:24) Check ’em out. 😉
This week’s Epic Song is “A Nightmare to Remember” by Dream Theater. Check it out on the ESotW page. — Last week’s was “Hereafter” by DGM.
Only one video again this time. But check it out anyway. 😉 Did it in about 2-3 hours. This track uses three separate time signatures – 4/4, 5/8 and 3/4. Hopefully it also sounds a bit different to my usual stuff. It was pointed out to me recently that a lot of my music sounds …
Just one video this time, but it’s without doubt one of my best yet – at 6:21, it’s definitely my longest ever, beating Built to Kill by 21 seconds. (Yes, the actual song is 6:21. The video is 6:23 but those are two extra seconds of silence, basically.) Also, strictly speaking, this is the one …
This week’s Epic Song is “Hereafter” by DGM. Check it out on the ESotW page. — Last week’s was “Sea of Fate” by Rhapsody of Fire.