Tuesday, 2018 January 30

This project file became corrupted. After too much time and no more methods left to try to resuscitate, it was pronounced dead. The project’s organs were then free to be harvested.

Eventually, this track was made from whatever could be salvaged from the eyes, teeth and genitalia extracted from the diseased project files.

Vocal samples are not of interest around here lately, but the the ones added to the track at the last minute seemed funny at the time. Now not so much.

Sunday, 2018 January 21

This is a composite of 3 recordings made over the course of the week. The tracks were simply laid on top of one another, panned slightly and volume attenuated. No animation and no other edits.

Source material may be posted at a later time.

update: 2018 Feb 12. This post was made public today. It had been left as private and then forgotten about. There is stuttering in the audio track for a few minutes starting around 7 minutes and ending around 9 or 10 minutes. It was unintentional and the result is not appreciated. Keep it in mind and/or fast forward if it becomes too much of an annoyance.

Friday, 2018 January 12

Ho Ho Ho.

Recordings have been piled up and keep coming since the break.  Well, a break for some.  A string of punishing trials interspersed with moments of more hurting, just phased slightly, for others.

These are raw recordings. Be mindful you don’t prick yourself on the rough edges.






_ + ‡ + _ + ‡ + _

2017-12-25 through 2017-12-31 laid on top of one another.

Sunday, 2017 December 10

“…Try not to suck too much detergent.”

This is bookended by themes created by taking tiny portions of the song, “Living in the USA” by the band, D.I.

There is no way anyone anywhere could confuse this entirely new composition as being an attempt to deceive the listener into thinking they have no further reason to consume the original source on its own, nor duck out on paying full current market price while doing so.

Tuesday, 2017 December 05

After a couple of days and many failed attempts, satisfaction has not been reached.

This is a cut-up that was to be the main theme of this week’s post.

It did not translate well through the noise. Here it is, as it is. Moving on.

A fitting example of why all sentiment, both supposedly negative and the even more toxic presumptuously positive types, ought to be whitewashed from one’s mind in the first place. Preferably with the exclusive use of Madame Chao® brand audio noise mental hygiene products, paid for in full at retail price.