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Audio derp.mp3 - (3.24MB - 256 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 1:46
42 No. 42 [Edit]
Testing recording / uploading / stuff
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>> No. 58 [Edit]
Do you have other works? Sounds like VN BGM material if you ask me.
>> No. 73 [Edit]
As far as recorded stuff, no. I just really figured out how to record decently.

I have a bunch of midi stuff on tindeck, though.
>> No. 74 [Edit]
Audio riff-12_1_10.mp3 - (2.41MB - 256 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 1:19

Actually, I did this yesterday. Wasn't going to post it, but whatever.
>> No. 75 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Matsuri.mp3 - (2.80MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Matsuri.mp3 ) Length: 2:59

>figured out how to record decently.

yes, you did; what software are you using?
also: mind if we all use this thread for music OC?
>> No. 76 [Edit]
>what software are you using?

Just audacity. What really helped was getting this little USB sound card to plug the mic into, rather than my onboard one. Seems to get much better sound quality.

>mind if we all use this thread for music OC?

By all means, please do. I love the song you posted too.
>> No. 77 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Gooble_gobblus.mp3 - (1.32MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Gooble gobblus.mp3 ) Length: 1:26

>USB sound card
i see... well, it's amazing; gotta get one myself. keep on the good job.
>> No. 93 [Edit]
Audio riff-12_4_10.mp3 - (1.87MB - 256 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 1:01

My experimentation for the day.
>> No. 101 [Edit]
Audio riff-12_6_10(2).mp3 - (1.46MB - 192 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 1:04

Another something or other.

finger picking + drop C = ghetto bass
>> No. 106 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_La_caza_(hunter's_moon).mp3 - (3.49MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - La caza (hunter's moon).mp3 ) Length: 3:49

>finger picking + drop C = ghetto bass

I know (^-^) ...and not just the 6th string: I actually keep the entire guitar drop to C# (using capo constantly); that helps getting a both softer and dirty sound (well maybe too dirty, on this older record).
>> No. 107 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Salida.mp3 - (2.09MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Salida.mp3 ) Length: 2:17

>> No. 197 [Edit]
Audio - (2.33MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Lil II [guitar].mp3 ) Length: 2:33

never finished this one; but felt like posting it.
>> No. 212 [Edit]
Unfinished or not, it sounds really nice.
>> No. 1249 [Edit]
Audio song_june_9.mp3 - (2.39MB , song june 9.mp3 )

Since I can't record very well anymore, I'm back on guitar pro. This is some sorta mashed up combination of ideas from other songs I wrote, but only 3 guitar tracks and a drum track.
>> No. 1260 [Edit]
Audio - (3.58MB - 192 kbps - 44.1 kHz , song june 12.mp3 ) Length: 2:37


Added solo(s).
To do:
Bass track
Add creativity to drum track
Fuck with RSE thing
>> No. 1265 [Edit]
The arrangement is cool, but it's hard to take the my-first-CASIO sound quality seriously.
>> No. 1267 [Edit]
Definitely. It's the reason I don't post half of the shit I write because who wants to hear a 3 minute midi song that's incomplete at best? First song I've written in 3/4 though, really liking how it's turning out.
>> No. 1279 [Edit]
Audio - (3.58MB - 192 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 2:37

Behold my lack of knowledge with fruity loops and mixing and shit.
>> No. 1280 [Edit]
Better than a lot of songs I've heard made with FL Studio. The kick and snare are too loud, though; try setting them at -8 to -10dB, and build your song around that.
>> No. 1297 [Edit]
I like the main riff and you have some nice, interesting melodic little fills going on when you switch or introduce sections, and the melodies work well with the riffs. The three layers of guitars at 1:10 is very nice.

Overall the song feels a little repetitive -- I would switch up the drums more to add variety, especially during the main riff.

Also one thing that I like with mixing is to put a narrow boost at 400hz on the bass, and a narrow cut at 400hz to everything else. Some people hate that (prog/funk) bass sound, but it helps the bass stand out more.
>> No. 1298 [Edit]
Yeah definitely. I don't usually leave the drum track so dry, which my other midi stuff would indicate, I've just had no inspiration to do so lately. I'm never good at writing bass tracks either, so I neglect to do so half of the time.
>> No. 1299 [Edit]
Giving a moderate boost to the bass at ~300Hz is much more common. 400 is a bit too bright if you're going for a commercial sound.
>> No. 1433 [Edit]
Audio Chuck - Final Project - (4.09MB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Final Project.mp3 ) Length: 3:34

I need to finish another song one of these days. Every time I try to pick up music again, I just drop whatever piece I'm working on and start something else later.

Audio related, it's the last thing I actually finished, which I'm pretty sure was for a school project almost a year ago now. That makes me sad.

I'll dump some of my other stuff too, I guess, but it's not very consistent.
>> No. 1434 [Edit]
Audio Chuck - (1.42MB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz , March of Balls.mp3 ) Length: 1:14

>> No. 1435 [Edit]
Audio Chuck - (1.60MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 1:44

>> No. 1436 [Edit]
Audio Chuck - Dicks in Space (IN 3D!!!) - (2.41MB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Dicks in Space (IN 3D!!!).mp3 ) Length: 2:06

>> No. 1440 [Edit]
Audio Chuck - Requiem for a Dick - (1.31MB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Requiem for a Dick.mp3 ) Length: 1:09

And, that's pretty much all I got. Or the least shitty of it anyway.

/dump for now.

Also, samefag as

>> No. 1441 [Edit]
Audio elemile - (2.03MB - 157 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - ECDLPSLL2V.mp3 ) Length: 1:48

My usb mini-keyboard (KORG microKEY) arrived today and guess what? I don't really know how to play it. But it sounded really good so I tried to make a little song all the same...

If I decide myself to go outside regularily, I might look for piano lessons. I still don't know. We'll see.

Post edited on 17th Aug 2011, 7:27pm
>> No. 1442 [Edit]
I like this a lot, but some things get really off-key at parts. Also you use the cymbal too much.
Don't like this one at all.
I like this one, too, but once again a lot of things are out-of-key.
Same problem.
This one is great.
>> No. 1443 [Edit]
Audio Chuck - Dicks VI: Return of the Jedi - (1.06MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Dicks VI_ Return of the Jedi.mp3 ) Length: 1:09


You do know that tactfully using a few out-of-key notes occasionally is nothing uncommon, right? Given that none of this was improvised, it's safe to assume that every note that was out of key was a calculated move. Granted, it's up to the listener to say how well it's pulled off or how smooth it flows, so it ends up being a bit subjective anyway. If you like it, cool. If you don't, oh well. But if it sounds good overall anyway, this is really not that critical of an issue.

Just saiyan.
>> No. 1444 [Edit]
Yes, but it's impossible to tell if someone is intentionally using the wrong notes or they just don't know.
>> No. 1445 [Edit]
So? It's intentional in this case, I just tried to keep it in moderation and not horribly dissonant. Also, the end result and what it actually sounds like are more important than the creator's knowledge or intentions. i.e. When I used to have jam sessions with my old guitar teacher, once in a while, I'd screw up or briefly go out of key or something, and sometimes we'd be like "Woah, what was that?" "I don't know, but it sounded awesome." And he'd try to explain why, though I never fully understood at the time since I wasn't that far into theory. I just had enough of a vague understanding of what I was doing to fool around with a melody like that til it sounded alright regardless.

tl;dr, It is what it is, and what it is should matter more to the listener than why it is.
>> No. 1519 [Edit]
Audio elemile - (2.03MB - 157 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - El cartero de la primavera siempre llama.mp3 ) Length: 1:48

The same, after noise removal...
>> No. 1520 [Edit]
Audio elemile - (1.35MB - 157 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - 1 m^2.mp3 ) Length: 1:12

...and another little variation, of just 1 minute.
>> No. 1695 [Edit]
Audio - (895.16KB - 111 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - (Etiam) Hic.mp3 ) Length: 1:06

>> No. 1757 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Promenade_I.mp3 - (1.85MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Promenade I.mp3 ) Length: 2:23

Couldn't record this properly to save my life...
But you get the idea.

Post edited on 23rd Jan 2012, 8:47pm
>> No. 1778 [Edit]
Audio Trap Fanatic - (1.13MB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 0:59

I'm really starting to like FL Studio.
>> No. 1811 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_afuera_llovía.mp3 - (2.57MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - afuera llovía.mp3 ) Length: 2:48

Ok, I might regret it but let's try this again:
some vocal stuff (from when I still attempted on it).
>> No. 1812 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Nadie_en_casa.mp3 - (3.91MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Nadie en casa.mp3 ) Length: 4:16

>> No. 1813 [Edit]
Dude, I love these. The vocals remind me a bit of Mike Handreas's (who records as Perfume Genius), and I think they sound awesome. If you have more tracks with vocals you should upload them.
>> No. 1814 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_elementos.mp3 - (2.85MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - elementos.mp3 ) Length: 3:07

Thank you very much. I specifically tried, over the years, for a generic grunge, Thom Yorke or Mark Greaney (JJ72) feel. This guy, Mike Hadreas, I didn't know him; overall it sounds great, so thanks for letting me know him (I also greatly enjoy Jonsi, btw; and Rufus Wainwright). A few years ago I pretty much gave up trying to sing, other than covers; might try recording again sometime, but for now I only have even older -and pretty rough- stuff.

Post edited on 23rd Apr 2012, 7:00pm
>> No. 1818 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Black_eyed_dog_[Nick_Drake_COVER].mp3 - (2.62MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Black eyed dog [Nick Drake COVER].mp3 ) Length: 2:51

>> No. 1849 [Edit]
I know all too well the difficulty in singing; not being a naturally gifted singer, I've been studying vocals on my own for the past year, and have almost given up more times than I could count.
Anyhow, I think your voice is inherently interesting, and would be pretty incredible if you worked on it. I like it's light, lyrical quality and the tremulous vibrato.
Your instrumental stuff is good, too, though.
>> No. 1918 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_El_hacha_de_vidrio.mp3 - (2.35MB - 123 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - El hacha de vidrio.mp3 ) Length: 2:41

"The axe of glass (farewell to reason)"

Post edited on 22nd Jul 2012, 1:28pm
>> No. 1958 [Edit]
Hey Natsume, if you're still here would you like to collaborate on a VN? I really like your music.
>> No. 1959 [Edit]
Audio Trap Fanatic - Date Rape Blues - (2.01MB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Date Rape Blues.mp3 ) Length: 1:45

Been way too long since I've tried my hand at music again.

Lacking inspiration at the moment.
>> No. 1964 [Edit]
Audio 745345634.mp3 - (852.33KB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 0:44


After the painstaking process of transposing and harmonizing all lines, I notice I've only completed sixteen measures and gave up after it.
>> No. 1965 [Edit]
>gave up
please don't. it's coming up really well and is not very common to listen a capable Anon going for polyphonic (and not homophonic) compositions.
>> No. 1967 [Edit]
Audio watafuck.mp3 - (1.06MB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 0:56

Alright, I half assed an ending even though I can't arrange any conclusive endings for the life of me. I did liked the results of what came out from 0'30'' to 0'33'', sounded really nice. And fuck going back to tonic region to end the piece, I end in the augmented dominant.
>> No. 2115 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Promenade_I.mp3 - (2.18MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Promenade I.mp3 ) Length: 2:23

Re-recorded it. Changed the tone and added a little high pitch dynamic...

Give me your worst.
>> No. 2116 [Edit]
I really liked it, sounded much better than the original.
>> No. 2119 [Edit]
Thank you...

Now, I just noticed: is it just me or the previous version was replaced as well by the new one? This time is no problem but, for some, this could be an unwanted result sometime.
>> No. 2154 [Edit]
Audio Binary_Stars_.mp3 - (4.79MB - 192 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Binary Stars .mp3 ) Length: 3:29

I realized it's been almost a year since I've uploaded anything.
>> No. 2159 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_D_C__(Da_Capo).mp3 - (1.97MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - D_C_ (Da Capo).mp3 ) Length: 2:09

Just changed the pitch (and title); I think it works better like this.
>> No. 2160 [Edit]
I like this version better too, although I liked the background chair creaks in the first track.
>> No. 2233 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Promenade_III.mp3 - (3.95MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Promenade III.mp3 ) Length: 4:39

>> No. 2244 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Pli.mp3 - (1.46MB - 119 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Pli.mp3 ) Length: 1:43

>> No. 2245 [Edit]
Audio Black.mp3 - (6.05MB - 192 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 4:24

I've had the itch to record lately, but haven't finished writing any new songs. So, I threw together a simple cover of Bonnie Prince Billy's "Black", which is one of my favorite songs to play when I'm loafing about and don't feel like practicing. It turned out well enough that I felt like uploading it.
>> No. 2268 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Dango_Daikazoku_[Jun_Maeda_COVER].mp3 - (1.89MB - 119 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Dango Daikazoku [Jun Maeda COVER].mp3 ) Length: 2:14

Testing a new guitar recording method.
Playing still shitty, despite my best efforts.

Post edited on 30th Dec 2013, 9:42pm
>> No. 2269 [Edit]
I think your playing is more than fine!
Are you recording direct with a piezo pickup or something similar? It doesn't sound bad, but some of the louder bass notes start to break up a bit.
>> No. 2272 [Edit]
File 138862574354.jpg - (31.96KB , 500x500 , 10Feet Guitar Bass 6_3mm Jack To USB Link Connecti.jpg )
Thanks. I used the thing on pic + Audacity to record my shitty electroacoustic Cort guitar (looks pretty nice, but didn't sound so good in the end; it was a bargain); then I used CoolEdit and FL Studio for some post-production...
>> No. 2273 [Edit]
Audio dango_clean.mp3 - (1.87MB - 119 kbps - 44.1 kHz , dango clean.mp3 ) Length: 2:12

Here is the original recording with only noise removal (I think). Maybe I should leave them like that; I can't level and put effects properly for the life of mine.
>> No. 2274 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Run_run_se_fue_pal_norte_[Violeta_Parra_.mp3 - (3.19MB - 119 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Run run se fue pal norte [Violeta Parra .mp3 ) Length: 3:45

This one is old, but also gave it a little push on FL Studio (don't mind my shitty singing; it ends soon)...

I don't know what to do anymore, for acoustic guitar recording.

Post edited on 1st Jan 2014, 5:47pm
>> No. 2277 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Doppelganger_[GUITAR_TEST].mp3 - (2.73MB - 119 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Doppelganger [GUITAR TEST].mp3 ) Length: 3:13

Another test (re-recording of >>197)...
To those who know: help, please. I'm at a loss.
>> No. 2278 [Edit]
People generally just use acoustic pickups, piezo or otherwise, for live performance, and even then it sounds pretty crappy in my opinion. The only instance I know of where an acoustic pickup was used in a record was Neutral Milk Hotel's On Avery Island, if that gives you any idea. I don't know how much research you've done on the topic already (as you've been recording and uploading to this thread for some time), but there's really no way around buying an interface and a microphone if you want a decent conventional acoustic sound. There are a million budget interfaces that work well enough, and even something like an sm57 or a cheap condenser will get you better results for pretty cheap. I'm still learning too, though, so I can't say much for sure. I also say all of this after only listening to your music at the low resolution it's uploaded to here, so who knows. For what it's worth, I recorded >1916 through a Focusrite Scarlett with a Rode NTA-1; it's double-tracked (rather loosely!), and there's some reverb, but you get the idea.

I really liked this, and I also liked those other tracks with vocals that you uploaded some time ago. Do you have anything uploaded elsewhere on the internet at a higher bitrate?
>> No. 2280 [Edit]
Thanks a lot for the advice. I'm penny-less atm, but I guess I really should invest someday in better tools and a better guitar, as I did with the KORG usb piano (though even with that one I have problems when mastering). Truthfully, I'm just an uninformed dumb in production matters, even after 10 years of attempting in music.

>higher bitrate?
Well, I have Soundcloud and Tindeck, but I don't know if there'll be a noticeable difference:
>> No. 2284 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Doppelganger.mp3 - (2.95MB - 128 kbps - 32 kHz , elemile - Doppelganger.mp3 ) Length: 3:13

>> No. 2290 [Edit]
The strings were a pleasant surprise! I think this is one of the better pieces you've uploaded.

Again, I'm hardly an authority on this, but your music's arrangements are pretty spare, so I wouldn't expect you to require any esoteric production techniques. Have you experimented with different plug-ins much? There are a lot of neat, high-quality VSTs out there that are completely free, and that's to say nothing of the piracy route.
>> No. 2292 [Edit]
Audio Promenade_III_(TV_test).mp3 - (4.26MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Promenade III (TV test).mp3 ) Length: 4:39

Thanks again.

>plug-ins... VSTs
As you noted yourself, what I do is very simple, conservative and I try to keep it organic as possible, so I've only looked for what I needed; I build exclusively from what I can actually play myself (somehow), so I have no interest on presets and remixes. For instance, I can use my KORG for the piano (recording small bits each time) and some easy strings sections; but for the guitar parts, I couldn't possibly emulate them on keyboard so what I need is a fair way to record my actual acoustic guitar playing; I do own an electric guitar but, apart from an awful grunge period, I've never had much interest on working with funky sounds and pedals: I just want my sound clean and proper, like a chamber set (same for drums and winds). So what I need, yeah, is a decent recorder.

There's also the equalizing. I like the piano sound of M1 Le but I always feel that it needs a little push (or cut) when listening to it on speakers... and that's when the hell begins.

Here is in fact, yet another try of equalizing a previously uploaded song. I wish all this post-production crap could be done in one click, but even after trying with FL Studio mastering I can't get it right. I guess I should really take more time to research on this; I'm sure I'm doing it the dumb way at some point.

Post edited on 6th Jan 2014, 10:16pm
>> No. 2294 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Promenade_III.mp3 - (4.26MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Promenade III.mp3 ) Length: 4:39

Geez... last version.
I'm done with that one.
>> No. 2295 [Edit]
Audio I_See_A_Darkness_.mp3 - (5.79MB - 192 kbps - 44.1 kHz , I See A Darkness .mp3 ) Length: 4:13

I can't say how relieved I am to finally have found a vocal microphone that I like the sound of, after trying six different ones over the last few years. It's a Heil PR-40, and although I doubt anyone here cares I'd heartily recommend it to any bass/baritone who's recording in an untreated or crappy sounding room. Everyone else seems to love the SM7 for such an application, but I did not!
Anyways, here is me covering Bonnie Prince Billy's "I See A Darkness". I also feel like I'm finally starting to figure out how to use my voice, a lot of which has been downtuning my guitars and forgetting about trying to hit high notes.

I can't hear much difference between this and >>2292, but I like 2292 a bit better, it might be a bit more "chimey" sounding that 2294, which sounds like the upper mids have been boosted a bit. And see, tying this into what you said earlier about post-production, I think that when one spends enough time on something it's super easy to get neurotic about little details that no one else even notices. I don't say that as a judgement, of you or I or anyone, just and observation.
Also, about the VSTs, I definitely didn't mean any acoustic guitar emulation, just effects like compression and reverb.
>> No. 2297 [Edit]
If you haven't, I highly recommend you to check out the singing of Stuart Staples (Tindersticks)...

It could serve you as influence on what you're going for.
>> No. 2298 [Edit]
Thanks for sharing this! I'd never even heard of them. His voice reminds me a bit of Antony Hegarty's, who I love.
>> No. 2309 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Eromenos.mp3 - (2.70MB - 128 kbps - 32 kHz , elemile - Eromenos.mp3 ) Length: 2:57

Just another piano song.
>> No. 2314 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Lethe.mp3 - (3.16MB - 128 kbps - 32 kHz , elemile - Lethe.mp3 ) Length: 3:27

yet another piano song...
>> No. 2318 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_sinA.mp3 - (5.58MB - 128 kbps - 32 kHz , elemile - sinA.mp3 ) Length: 6:06

A simple noise experiment with 3 sinusoidal oscillators in Pure Data.

Post edited on 21st Mar 2014, 2:47pm
>> No. 2319 [Edit]
Very similar concept to Sachiko M's Sine Wave Solo, different execution though.
>> No. 2320 [Edit]
File 139543893619.png - (24.03KB , 518x518 , sinA.png )
I see. The main difference is that he made an actual melody, whereas I just overlaped 3 frequency randomizers; the execution was limited to manipulate it a bit in real time to build up a faint sense of arc development.
>> No. 2321 [Edit]
Another Pd bro in TC? Nice~
>> No. 2322 [Edit]
File 139551618341.png - (120.66KB , 655x624 , loop and midi keyboard.png )
Yeah, but a very rudimentary one, as you can see. The most I ever learned was to do some loops and a mini keyboard, or using GEM to attach hybrid video (file + real time webcam) into some surfaces.

Feel free to post your own things, however. Pd is the shit.
>> No. 2338 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Trikonica.mp3 - (2.23MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Trikonica.mp3 ) Length: 2:26

>> No. 2347 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Promenade_IV.mp3 - (3.01MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Promenade IV.mp3 ) Length: 3:17

hopefully happier piano song.
>> No. 2363 [Edit]
Audio Never The Same Time Again - (3.51MB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Never The Same Time Again.mp3 ) Length: 3:04

A song I did for FAWM a couple of years ago
>> No. 2424 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Matsuri.mp3 - (2.73MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Matsuri.mp3 ) Length: 2:59

Gave this one a little boost.

Also want to include a flute or ocarina but can't figure out what to do.
>> No. 2432 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Un_Emile.mp3 - (1.79MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Un Emile.mp3 ) Length: 1:57

>> No. 2459 [Edit]
Audio Pentametre - Pacific Stars - (6.69MB - 256 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Pentametre - Pacific Stars .mp3 ) Length: 3:39

Man, it feels like way more than a year has passed since my last post (>>2295). I've stayed pretty busy with music this year!
>> No. 2474 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_Ko-i.mp3 - (3.64MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , elemile - Ko-i.mp3 ) Length: 3:58

Last piano of the year.
>> No. 2475 [Edit]
Will listen to this as I enter the new year.
>> No. 2476 [Edit]
Wow. Thanks.
>> No. 2477 [Edit]
I wish Natsume was still here I enjoyed the music.
I like all the nonvocal songs here.
Music is one of the things I always wanted to get into but kept failing at and never trying hard enough.
>> No. 2495 [Edit]
Audio Pentametre - Silence is my Valentine - (5.30MB - 192 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Pentametre - Silence is my Valentine.mp3 ) Length: 3:45

Yeah, music certainly takes a tonnage of trying and failing. It's all worth it when you finally create something you're happy with, though.

I'm uploading it a little after the fact, but here's one I wrote and recorded last week. The title is a bit histrionic, and sounds like it could be the name for a shitty -core band, but there you have it.
>> No. 2673 [Edit]
Audio elemile_-_HADALY.mp3 - (3.01MB - 192 kbps - 48 kHz , elemile - HADALY.mp3 ) Length: 2:11

This was meant to be a demo, but I might leave it as is.
>> No. 2674 [Edit]
In the end I did extend it.
Link cause it's heavy:

>> No. 2675 [Edit]
Don't know shit about music but I like your stuff.
>> No. 2676 [Edit]
Thank you.
I don't know much myself either.
>> No. 2691 [Edit]
Audio - (3.47MB - 192 kbps - 48 kHz , elemile - Out.mp3 ) Length: 2:32

The end of hiki days...
>> No. 2700 [Edit]
Cmon and jam, and welcome to the ban.
>> No. 2701 [Edit]
Audio - (4.23MB - 256 kbps - 48 kHz , elemile - Poetica I.mp3 ) Length: 2:18

piano improvisation
>> No. 2702 [Edit]
This was very pretty, anon. I wish I could do more than just thank you.
>> No. 2703 [Edit]
On the contrary: thanks to you.
I'm glad at least someone can relate.
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