Wulfgard Kickstarter Music

For those of you who don’t know, my siblings and I have been working on a Kickstarter for the fantasy world that my brother and sister have been creating: Wulfgard As promised to the Wulfgard backers, I’ve started releasing music to go along with the release of the novel (Wulfgard: Knightfall) and graphic novel (Wulfgard: […]

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New Music Work in Progress

“Moments Passed“ Any and all comments and criticisms are much appreciated! 🙂 EDIT: Why do all of my musical works in progress that I post end up becoming “completed” pieces? When is a piece of music, art, or writing really “complete,” anyway? :-/

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Remain Inspired to Workout – 5 Tips

It happens to the best of us. You’ve set up your training routine, and you’ve been following it closely for weeks, even months. But lately you just aren’t feeling the motivation to continue it. Luckily, there are many methods to try to help keep you inspired to workout. 1. MUSIC! Seriously, if it were not […]

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New Music WIP

I haven’t posted any new music in a while, so here is a preview of something I’ve been working on. At least this piece is in-time better than usual: Slug It – 3.8 MB MP3 320 kbps I have no idea why I named it that. The name should change. Please excuse the premature cutoff […]

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Using Samples in Your Music is Not Cheating

This is a pretty common topic among modern-day computer musicians. In this day and age, so many people create music using samples and loops for the basis of their songs. Is this “cheating”? I don’t think so. Where do you draw the line, anyway? If you use a microphone to record a set of drums […]

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Beginner's Guide to Making Music Using Computers

This article was originally written in July of 2008. Please note that I’ve removed all links from this article (they just led to pages of zZounds.com). HARDWARE The Computer: First of all, you’re going to need a decent computer — as good of one as you can afford. It doesn’t have to be a supercomputer, […]

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Record Any Audio Your Computer is Outputting

Have you ever wanted to record the audio that your soundcard is outputting, whatever it is? Maybe you’ve Googled the name of a song, and noticed that there are tons of sites (like iLike, Rhapsody, etc.) that show up in the top of the Google searches and let you play the entire song in high-quality, […]

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