This week’s Epic Song is “Three Lives” by Octavision. Check it out on the ESotW page.
The Videos page just got a pretty little makeover. It’s now a handy-dandy little thumbnail gallery, with each video having its own unique page on this blog, plus description and comment section. Feel free to browse the work I’ve done for various individuals on YouTube – from the comfort of this very website! In case the YouTube comment section is a thing that (understandably) intimidates and confuses you.
You’ll also notice the sidebar has changed somewhat. Featured videos are now a… um, feature of it. These are simply the videos I have contributed some of my best work to – some are recent, some are not so much, I simply made a selection that covers a broad spectrum of both music and visuals. All you have to do is click the thumbnails in the sidebar and you’ll get taken to the respective video’s page on this site.
Speaking of the sidebar, I’ve also provided a link to my Twitch channel where, you guessed it, further videos happen. I don’t stream too often, and granted it’s more of the gaming side of my online personality you’ll see there what with all the Doom maps and mods I play through, but if you’re interested in my critical commentary of what’s coming out of the Doom community these days, head on over to my Twitch channel and check it out.
My first semester of my third year – this being the fifth semester overall – is now over. It’s been oddly “easy-going”, but still highly challenging. There’s a sense that I have possibly not undertaken as much as I could have done this time around, that I’ve done a certain amount less composition in terms of my studies than previous semesters. I have still been constantly at work, it seems, although quite frankly it has all flown by. Though I have much to talk about, this portfolio still feels a little lacklustre in terms of specially prepared musical content. Many miscellaneous projects have been conducted in the meantime, however.
Nevertheless, here’s downloads to everything I’ve done over this last semester:
Hit the button below for the full folio.
Here’s a little bitesize YouTube update for y’all – and a friendly reminder to go and check out my latest BandCamp album 30in30-4! The track featured here is the finale of the album, composed at the very end of the month-long challenge I set myself to write one new track a day all throughout January – the track was composed in two parts (both are included in the video) over the remainder days of 29-30 January 2016. I think it’s a fitting closer, long and varied and complex as per my usual “me doing me” style.