My final salute to PRC is something of a classic from Secret of Mana. Something of a new age approach, plenty of strings, harp, and woodwinds in my attempt to capture a sort of ethereal sylvan atmosphere alongside the drums to evoke a verdant fervor. At any rate, it was a fun project, and I really appreciate all the folks who gave PRC the legacy it did.

Tarnished Tide

posted in OHC775 on Aug 17, 2023

The sea at night reflecting the silver moon kinda strikes me as a great, tarnished pool of silver. More importantly, there's some hurdy gurdy in this thing.

The Thunder Thief

posted in OHC769 on Jul 06, 2023

Rather than make a song about twins, I figured I'd make a song to impersonate my twin. Except it is much more poorly mixed and composed, perhaps still classified as Eurobeat. But I tried.

It Purchased Naught

posted in OHC768 on Jun 29, 2023

All the gold, all the glory, slew the bold, slew the story. Riches beneath covetous scales, another of wealth's fails. Morose new age style stuff for what was lost to the dragons.

Where Memories Lay

posted in OHC763 on May 25, 2023

I've been listening to a lot of Celtic music lately, especially bagpipes and such. This is my first attempt to actually replicate some of that style, and I'm not terribly revolted by the product.

Sublime Paradox

posted in OHC754 on Mar 23, 2023

Humankind cannot produce a paradise until it can agree on what constitutes a perfect social order. More relevantly, a rambling piece which doesn't want to maintain tempo, instrumentation, or even themes. Perhaps there's artistry in that.

Horizon's Spread

posted in OHC753 on Mar 16, 2023

This came out quite different from what I set out to do. And much more squashed, since I butchered volume on the instruments, I think. But there's a few things I rather like in.

Cascade Promenade

posted in OHC752 on Mar 09, 2023

Just a little thing that I made outta a short midi I made a while back, wanted to explore it as a possibility for a project. Used GBA soundfonts so I wouldn't kill myself on instrumentation. So it sounds pretty... rough.

Tantalizing Facets

posted in OHC750 on Feb 23, 2023

Been experimenting with some Game Boy Advance soundfonts, so this was done with instruments (?) from Sonic Advance 3, F-0 GP, and Mega Man Zero. Not the worst, I'd say.

Attempt 749

posted in OHC749 on Feb 16, 2023

"With the last of the grant funds, we've corrected the calculation error which resulted in Attempt 748's catastrophic backfire. 749 will be the final iteration, be it a success or otherwise. To inspire some confidence in the team, and to protect my pride should it fail, I will use myself as the subject of this, my 749th experiment in wormhole production."

Fledgeling's Trial

posted in OHC748 on Feb 09, 2023

Starting by recycling something I made last year. Turned into something of a build-up for an adolescent bird's attempt to master the key function of its species, beginning gentle and light as it works its way into a bold burst of effort.

Land Unformed (Dark Souls: Ash Lake)

posted in PRC459 on Jan 10, 2023

Also called the Ancient Dragon. The original source is a solemn, forceful choir peice which paused me a good few minutes when I first encountered it (largely because very few areas in Dark Souls have bgm.) So... I turned it into an ambient, spacy thing.

Soldier With No Heart (Ikana Castle)

posted in MnP136 on Oct 26, 2022

Arrangement of Ikana Castle, From Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.

I've had a midi of this lying around for a while, waiting for a chance to give this piece a spin. The castle in game has long since fallen to undeath, its kingdom deteriorated and still. I wanted to capture some militant grandeur while mainly clinging to the grim, haunting nightmare of the undead halls. The piece is named for the undead king's gift to Link after being bested by him in battle: "I grant to you a soldier who has no heart. One who will not falter in the darkness."

Storm the Gloom

posted in PRC455 on Oct 04, 2022

Sort of a rock orchestra thing. Had some fun with expanding/embellishing some parts, this thing was fun. I'm rusty on the mixing, but at least I'm not late this time.

Technape Circuit

posted in PRC454 on Sep 29, 2022

Just a hastily tossed together thing, I really think this source would sound awesome as a proper Mario Kart styled thing, but... I couldn't pull it off. Still a really fun source to work with.

BONUS: Eat Dirt

posted in MnP134 on Jul 30, 2022

Bonus entry, etc, etc.

Not proud of this piece of work, but I like to always make a bonus for my source picks. Maybe someday I'll redeem it.

(BONUSE ENTRY) Light's White Hope

posted in PRC450 on Jul 11, 2022

Something of a more dramatic arrangement, loosely inspired by the music of Sekiro and Monster Hunter Rise. Trying to flow between dark and bright, much like how the game has the overarching theme of light being restored. Had some fun with instrument effects, wish I had better control over the shakuhachi vst.

Coursing in the Cosmos

posted in OHC717 on Jul 07, 2022

Simple, repetitive bass drone, some drums, and an odd assortment of strings and synths for melody and such. I imagine driving at night would be more enthralling if you could see the galaxy in the sky.

Flood's End

posted in PRC449 on Jun 28, 2022

Droning pipes, vaguely highland inspired instrumentation, and nearly halved the tempo. Reckon I made it too long or neglected to keep it fresh, but I like trying out this kinda stuff.

Blazing Trails

posted in PRC448 on Jun 14, 2022

Little orchestra, little rockin'. Tried to focus on tweaking the guitar's performance more and having some tempo variation to keep it fresh. This source has a strong, classy heroic theme to it, real fun to work with.

Shall I Fly?

posted in OHC713 on Jun 09, 2022

I wanted to try something dramatic tonight. And Wordbuilding. Which kinda ruins it, but at least it isn't just aaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh the whole way through, right?

Fleeing Sanctuary

posted in MnP133 on Jun 06, 2022

I must have done something horribly wrong in mixing, couldn't get the volume right. Still. An ensemble of Japanese instruments, gongs, taiko drums, and some choirs. I was largely inspired by the harp part of the source, it gave me the impression of the hero's departure from safety and familiarity to answer the call of destiny in the dark of night. Which, incidentally, is how the game started.

While the Ivories Sing

posted in PRC447 on May 28, 2022

Tried something completely different: a piano solo, which forced me to try making an expressive and believable performance. Makes me wish I spent the time to learn to play the piece. More effort than usual on dynamics, individual note velocity, and some mild tempo work. My working image was a pianist practicing in the cathedral, becoming a little more reckless and forceful over the course of the piece.

Bygone Longing

posted in OHC711 on May 26, 2022

Soup is sick, so we get strings and piano. The latter being recorded on a digital piano and then horribly picked at until it seemed passable. Then some strings slapped on for atmosphere. You know how it goes.

Fear That Rise

posted in OHC710 on May 19, 2022

Tried more ambient and dark tonight. The little orchestral freak-out rise thing didn't turn out nearly as well as I wanted, but I had fun with pads and creepy sounds.

BONUS ENTRY: Glacial Decommission

posted in PRC446 on May 17, 2022

PRC goers: Cool, a rockin' source!


This remix is made for Flame Mammoth's stage after the player has beat the ice world boss, which (for whatever reason) causes the molten magma factory to become frozen over. I tried to liven it up with a more faithful section, but it just didn't come out right. So enjoy the source slowed down about 60 bpm with sad strings, piano, and crotales.

Striated Forever

posted in OHC709 on May 12, 2022

These lines, boundaries of color, they run and soar across the land, never touching, never nearing.

Or, more accurately, my original idea died halfway through so I just pulled out the string ensembles. :P

Ignite Me

posted in OHC708 on May 05, 2022

Just Mega Man X soundfont tonight, I've been working with it a lot recently and wanted to see how I did under pressure. You be the judge. Just some upbeat, rockin' 16 bit for FIRE.

Crawling Sensation

posted in PRC445 on May 03, 2022

A little strings work to decorate the pads. Elongated things a bit. Probably should have gone for a few more sfx work to emphasize the atmosphere.

Forever Onward

posted in OHC707 on Apr 28, 2022

Journeys come to their end, but the path ever sprawls out before us. This starts out cheery and becomes more somber, yet hopeful.

I Will Bury You

posted in MnP132 on Apr 18, 2022

Barubary is an impressive SNES era villian, a demon with honor whom lets the main character choose to fight him with his allies or alone. This is named partially as a pun, and to signify that I would so totally try to solo this boss.

More importantly. I used Mega Man X soundfonts, which I've been experimenting with for a while. Elongated most ideas in the song, expounded on the bass and screaming synths, variated the melody with plenty of longer notes in there, and some pitch bending fun. The source feels more complete now, methinks.

Greater Beyond

posted in OHC705 on Apr 14, 2022

Astral bodies and seascape horizon? It's strings and pads night. Something of an epic cosmic piece to play when realizing one's true potential.

Sol Blaster

posted in PRC444 on Apr 13, 2022

I have something of a soft spot for SHMUP style music. There's lots of room for interpretation, catchy repetition, and arps.

All Who Wander

posted in OHC704 on Apr 07, 2022

I mixed 5 instruments from 5 different countries; Washburn guitar, Shakuhachi, Yanqpin, Uilleann pipes, and a middle-eastern string ensemble. I like to think it tells a story of the wanderers gathering and traveling as one in the mutually strange land of life's journey.

Ceaseless Synthesis

posted in OHC702 on Mar 24, 2022

Panning, cut off automations, and arps, oh my! A mess of synthy goodness for man's continual creation and experimentation. And hey, I made a song without stringed instruments! Those things are purely synthetic!

BONUS ENTRY: A Double Take

posted in MnP131 on Mar 16, 2022

Mixed both sources individually and squelched them into one MP3. Bit hefty of a listen, but I wanted to tackle 'em both.

-"Soaring Circuitry": Synth-lovin' take on Chrome Gadget. I'm as good at classifying this stuff as I am making it, but had fun playing with some different synths than usual.

-"Claimed by the Deep": Sector 4 dominated by strings, pads, and a pan flute. I sum it up as thus: It was not the darkness below which claimed her, nor the depth nor the terrors, but the splendor.

Gyrations and Portals

posted in OHC700 on Mar 10, 2022

My initial opinion is that there are more wheels than doors, but since there's no practical way to test this, nor reason, here's a little symph-rock thing with a surprising amount of restraint. Wanted to capture wheels with the arpeggios and fast bass, then doors with slower long notes.

Lunar Joyride

posted in PRC441 on Mar 06, 2022

Fairly faithful to the source, got some piano, bass guitars, synthy pop guitar thing, bit of brass. I indulged a brief bout of space pads and choirs for a slower section. The drums are pretty much the midi's, but it sounded good enough.

Awash in the Dark

posted in OHC699 on Mar 03, 2022

This turned out kinda weird. Was trying for some big ol' chords with those strings I always use, then slipped in a couple synths I sorta like to capture the electricity of light bulbs, and, well, we got something. Was more looking at the stark lighting of the 2nd image than the water, shoulda added more wet reverb to justify it. And definitely should have tried making the chords all in one track first to better hear it. Eh.

All Upon the Untamed Waves

posted in OHC698 on Feb 24, 2022

Or perhaps more accurately called "Strings and pipes for nautical theme." Tried a bunch of ideas which sort of turned into a whole tale of the journey across the sea. Uncertainty, adventure, tribulation, sorrow, loss, and perhaps more. Let me tell you of the voyage.

Coastal Starfield

posted in PRC440 on Feb 17, 2022

This short piece hardly does this source justice. A brief, spacy arrangement of the first bit of the song with big ol' pads and just enough melody. But at least it's something!

Draw the String

posted in OHC697 on Feb 17, 2022

Some kinda highland dancin' piece or something. It has fiddle, pipes, pan flute, and guitar, and sounds vaguely rustic. And there's a sample of a bow being fired, so you know it's on theme.

Roaming About the Stray Notion

posted in OHC696 on Feb 10, 2022

Sometimes you produce something that only has enough anchor to keep you wandering around it. More importantly, I started playing with slide notes on the synths, and that's probably the best part of this thing.

Bloodrush Highway (Blood Drain)

posted in PRC439 on Feb 04, 2022

Having trouble setting up an alt thasauce account to submit this, so I'll just dump it here. A burgeoning (bludgeoning?) mix of Blood Drain using a Mega Man X soundfont. Cheers.

Song uploaded by Bundeslang. Artist is Souperion.

Ice Moon Hunt

posted in OHC694 on Jan 27, 2022

Recycled some parts from an OHC last year involving wolves and the moon. Felt like using Secret of Mana sound fonts, and clearly I need more practice in this kind of stuff. Best time to do it, eh?

New Wings (Zero Wing)

posted in MnP130 on Jan 25, 2022

Remix of Zero Wing's 2nd Level, "New Day For Me." You know, that game that created the AYB craze back in the early 2000s.

More importantly. A mostly synth take on the highly energetic source. Was going to try a symph rock thing, but that died and left the strings. I probably made some glaring mixing errors, but had some fun.

Rinsed Clean

posted in OHC692 on Jan 13, 2022

Been too long since I've been here. Started wanting to make something wet, specifically wet reverb, but it got a bit muddy, so I made it drier (more dry?) for a finale.

Age of Cinder (Dark Souls 1)

posted in PRC438 on Jan 06, 2022

The theme of Gwyn, Lord of Cinder, as a sort of bardcore thing relying heavily on a washburn guitar and harp. Aimed to capture some mystique and longing of a doomed, dead age. And there's a bit of wordbuilding vocals I tried:

Plin plin plon, plin plin pling plin plon

Plin plin plon, now the world is gone, fade to ash

Plin plin plon, now the world is gone.

Kind of reminiscent of having vocalists make sounds to imitate an instrument and a direct reference to how the Dark Souls fandom refers to the sad first 3 notes of the song as "plin plin plon," as the original was a piano solo.

A Legendary Stroll

posted in PRC437 on Dec 21, 2021

Bit of a hack job, but I used exclusively chinese instruments for a slower afternoon walk version of Dragon Road. Impersonator syndrome is strongest when I try using exotic instruments in what I imagine to be their intended styles, but heck with it. I had some fun.

Humble Beginnings

posted in OHC688 on Dec 16, 2021

We have here a rare glimpse of the humble beginning of a chicken club sandwich.

Just some rustic stuff in 6/4, experimenting with a melody which doesn't begin on beat one. Had some fun.

Rose Beneath the World

posted in MnP129 on Dec 12, 2021

Mostly Forest Labyrinth with a touch of some tweaked Rosenkranz that Wassup T helped me make. This song has long been one of my favorites, especially thanks to old OCR remixes by TheWingless (Rosenthorn and Scarlet Halls of Night.)

Pan Flute takes the lead in a sort of forest fantasy arrangement with my go-to strings, taiko and frame drums, and choirs. I actually had to play the piano solo and edit it to be in time with the rest of the piece. I only wish I had time to do Rosenkranz in its entirety.

Ramming Speed

posted in PRC436 on Nov 30, 2021

Repeated attempts flopping drove me to desperation and simple synths. The product reminded me of SHMUP tracks, so I threw in some SFX from The Guardian Legend, one of my old favorite SHMUPs. I like at least a few things I did.

Mourn Me Not

posted in OHC684 on Nov 18, 2021

Weep not for the days bygone, but be glad that they were.

Had a tune in mind for a couple days, largely inspired by Kirby's Epic Yarn's "Flower Fields," and this theme made me nostalgic enough to plug in my midi keyboard and bludgeon ya'll with my single-take piano skills*. Enjoy hearing me stumble through my attempt at an expressive piece.

Contain the Celestial

posted in OHC683 on Nov 11, 2021

Actually looked up dyson spheres for this one. The notion of encompassing a titanic stellar object to harness it's power is mind boggling. More relevantly, I recycled some notions from an older OHC which pictured hands holding cosmic stuff. Slowed down to about half speed, the stellar force is caged and sullen.

Mutual Ascent

posted in OHC682 on Nov 04, 2021

Barely 2:20, and I even forgot to do drums. Heh. A little orch-rock piece about working together and reaching higher as one. Or something like that.

Alabaster Lens

posted in OHC681 on Oct 28, 2021

Been a while since my last poorly mixed/balanced symphonic metal(?) thing. Pretty sure I goofed with the bass along the way, but I liked some bits from the melody. And the quintessential piano.

That Desolate Field (Ceremony)

posted in MnP128 on Oct 23, 2021

Attempted something more atmospheric than usual with far more automations and effects than I tend to use. I wanted to touch on the unearthly mood this song accompanies, an ancient ruin haunted by a force from the underworld, drawing local townsfolk into it under a possessive curse. Used Tibetan singing bowls to create a ceremony or ritual feeling along with the koto and shakuhachi. And I had to add a gamelan to match the original sound. The chanting is a favor from my sister, who speaks Japanese and was willing to recite a haiku by the ancient Japanese poet Bashu:

Getting sick on the journey,

my dream runs about

the desolate field.

Hence the name.

Flaming Trail

posted in PRC434 on Oct 17, 2021

Mutilated the style with my attempt to add my "symphonic metal" template to a few synth sounds. Kind of a throwaway with the mixing and balancing, but there's a few touches I like in there.

To the Highest Light

posted in OHC678 on Oct 07, 2021

Only kinda know where this all came from. Was trying something along the lines of Lost in Lost Vegas again, then decided to use the same loops for about 2 minutes. And there's a sine whistle, because Metroid Dread comes out tomorrow.

More Than a Fantasy

posted in PRC433 on Sep 27, 2021

Some times, I need to do rich orchestral strings. And some metal tuned perc and other things. The dynamics aren't what I'd like 'em to be, but the ideas are there.

My take on this is inspired by the main character of the game, Marche. Transported into a fantastic world where he is suddenly capable and important, he has the strength to see it for the fiction it is and desire to return home, even if it means dragging his friends and family back there too. But the lessons they all brought back with them made the real world so much more than the fantasy.

Stream's Edge

posted in MnP127 on Sep 20, 2021

Something totally out of my repertoire. Acoustics, more guitars than usual. No big orchestra, Asian strings, or metal. Dunno how to classify the thing, but I think it has some good bits.

While They Play

posted in MnP126 on Aug 19, 2021

A tired trainer reclines on the park bench while poke buddies frolic. Ah, youth.

Ended up with a sort of rhythm between somewhat lively peace and energetic activity. And an entirely different instrument palette which I won't even try to place in a genre. Thought it was worth the experiment.

Gaze From Afar

posted in OHC671 on Aug 19, 2021

Wassup Thunder told me to use Uilleann Pipes in tonight's compo. I so jammed 'em in with stuff from my space ambience template. Mayhap it works?

Iridescent Horizon

posted in PRC431 on Aug 18, 2021

What better way to celebrate us getting the midi fixed than to slow it down half speed? Used spacious, reverberating pads for some ambience, then goofed around with some electronics for a little middle section before ending on the same note it started on.

Derelict Dreams

posted in OHC670 on Aug 12, 2021

These walls and windows we loved, the paint was your favorite color. An abode, a dream, a cherished hope, now left to quietly rot and repose.

Some more quiet stuff this week, more strings and woodwinds.

Throw Away the Key

posted in OHC669 on Aug 05, 2021

(to the chorus) Why did you lock me away and throw away the key?

The guy thinks he can write lyrics. Heh. More symphonic rock or whatever it is. I had this melody idea a while go, finally got to use it.

Consigned Below

posted in OHC668 on Jul 29, 2021

Far beneath the soaring splendor, weary eyes gaze up in futile longing. Used some highland pipes for a nice drone. Long notes, quiet drums. Inspired by the song Moorland Sunrise.

By Fleeting Rays

posted in OHC667 on Jul 22, 2021

Pension, wonder, and just a little thrill with the day's last light on an open sea. And I used a triangle for pretty much the first time.

This I'll Defend

posted in PRC430 on Jul 19, 2021

Inspired by symphonic metal by bands like Within Temptation and Delain (but European sopranos are too expensive). I was trying some actual EQ work to blend the busy soundscape and let it boom out a bit better (you be the judge.)

Takes it's name from the U.S.A. army motto (This we'll defend). Straightforward, trying to be epic and courageous without breaking sound thresholds.

Lost One's Pass

posted in OHC665 on Jul 08, 2021

Employed some new vsts, including some "Tibetan singing bowls", new chimes, and glassy things. Something lonely and desolate for the departed who linger about a passageway to their realm, or something like that.

Dreams of Flowing Fire (BONUS)

posted in MnP125 on Jul 06, 2021

Ye olde bonus entry to not be voted on.

Nothing really fancy, but I was feeling something organic with subtle variations and some countermelodies. Featuring my plucked friends the koto and yangqin.

Coral Calamity

posted in PRC429 on Jul 03, 2021

Wanted to hear how it sounded more sick and twisted, but ran out of ideas halfway through. The first part is pretty sloppy, but I guess the rest of it is alright.

Dominus Volcana

posted in OHC664 on Jul 01, 2021

It sounds latin, so it's cool, right? Naw. More "symphonic metal" stuff from Soup. Salvaged some musical ideas from an entry a few months ago.

Behind the Golden Lock

posted in OHC663 on Jun 24, 2021

Kinda went at a country/bluegrass ballad of sorts, perhaps a bit melancholy. Kinda like the artistic imagery of a clean, shiny lock over a rusty door, but I didn't feel like making lyrics. And definitely not singing.

Gaseous Enclosure

posted in OHC661 on Jun 10, 2021

Experimenting with my attempt at a sine-wave lead inspired by the Metroid Prime "whistle." So, most of my mastering time was spent making pitch bends.

Rich Delight

posted in OHC659 on May 27, 2021

Kinda sweet and snobby, went for a vaguely classical feel, since chocolate was rich folk's food long ago. And some warm strings, cuz I like strings.

Pulse Within

posted in OHC658 on May 20, 2021

Remix of a piece I did for that one eclipse kinda picture. More tinkering with metal elements to compliment(?) my favored orchestral and synth stuffs.

Benny Rikashi and the Puffoons

posted in MnP124 on May 16, 2021

Some weird product of bluegrass, jig, maybe some country, and washboard. Fiddle, pan flute, and guitar strumming among others. For titular reference, Puffoon is the name of the planet Bena Rikashi is on.

Greatest Desire

posted in OHC656 on May 06, 2021

More space ambiance experimentation. Still lacking in the stylistic effects and whatnot. And the title could refer to cosmic grandeur or just having snacks, I guess.

The Journey's the Thing

posted in OHC655 on Apr 29, 2021

Been wanting to try my hand at space ambiance music. So... I did. Mellow choirs, pads, reverb, delay, and a string ensemble heavily phaserd. Best viewed with a panning panorama of space objects.

Deep Stone Dominion

posted in PRC425 on Apr 18, 2021

A bit of orchestral stuff, beginning at the fringes of the great empire and traveling along storied highways to the very heart of the sunless domain before quietly departing into subterranean depths.

Clothesline Scamper

posted in OHC653 on Apr 15, 2021

Kinda turned into a jig-inspired thing at points. Guess folks will dance for laundry if they want to. Wasted maybe 15 minutes trying to find the sfx for this one.

Black Powder Campsite

posted in PRC423 on Mar 15, 2021

Trying some more rustic instrumentation and even that panning stuff I keep hearing about. Made me think of a buncha blokes gathered around the fire, kinda jamming.

It All Went Wrong

posted in PRC422 on Feb 22, 2021

A multi-pronged title. For one thing, the arrangement and mechanics feel a bit sloppy. More relevant, the song went rather different than I expected. Set out to make an apprehensive, spacious piece to capture being lost in underground ruins full of monsters. The piece kept devolving, perhaps reminiscent of the darker elements of Undertale. Oh well, I had some fun with it.

Tales by the Embers

posted in OHC644 on Feb 11, 2021

Went with something a bit more campfire oriented, something to go with folks swapping stories while the fire dies down into a warm smolder. Much shorter a piece than I like, but sometimes it just tells you when it's done.

Deep as You Dare

posted in OHC643 on Feb 04, 2021

Wanted to try something more ominous and dire. Maybe it's because I've been playing Metroid Prime. The dynamics aren't where I want em, but hey.

Walk of the Ancients

posted in OHC641 on Jan 21, 2021

Never thought I'd compose for dinosaurs. Hauled out some more exotic samples for this. Think I might have made the rhythm wonky in a few spots. Made in vision of the long-dead reptiles lumbering about the prehistoric world in it's fantasy-world-class scenery.

Betwixt Th' Waves 'n Stars

posted in MnP121 on Jan 21, 2021

First song I've ever used multiple apostrophes in the title of! When I first heard this delightful song, my mind wandered to a sea shanty of sorts so I busted out the hurdy-gurdy samples, laid out some droning bass, and this happened. It's a bit slower than the source, but I tried to keep the melody and such faithful so I could focus on better mixing. Maybe it worked. At any rate, hopefully some of it sounds good.

Shores You Left Behind (BONUS ENTRY)

posted in PRC420 on Jan 19, 2021

Don't vote for the bonus. Started out wanting to make a sea-shanty of sorts, but got distracted, partway through. A little piece about leaving familiar things behind, nice as they are, to find new horizons, although you'll always miss what couldn't come with.

Starlight Sojourn

posted in OHC640 on Jan 14, 2021

More inspired by resource #1. A little journey into the majestic cosmos to find things strange yet familiar before returning with just a little bit of what was found. Kinda wish I had time to flesh out the 2nd half more :P


posted in PRC418 on Dec 13, 2020

Goofing around with my newish euro brass samples and those violins I just can't divorce myself from. Got a minute in before I realized the tempo was drastically slower than the originalsc I had some fun. Hope you do listening to it.

Blooms Endure

posted in OHC635 on Dec 10, 2020

Something of a sister song to my piece from last week's contest, stole a number of melodies from it. Just a plucky little ditty for some cold flowers.

Forlorn Radiance

posted in OHC634 on Dec 03, 2020

First time composing with a time limit. The thing is sloppy as spaghetti, but I kinda like the last couple minutes of it. Hope it doesn't hurt your ears too much.

These Stones Remember

posted in MnP119 on Nov 24, 2020

Metroid Prime 3: Bryyo Cliffs. In a world brought low by petty strife, forever scarred, only the stones remember the lost glory of a once great people. Or something like that.

Votes (60)
Round Date
PRC459 Jan 15, 2023
MnP136 Nov 06, 2022
PRC455 Oct 24, 2022
MnP135 Sep 26, 2022
PRC453 Sep 12, 2022
MnP134 Aug 09, 2022
PRC450 Jul 14, 2022
PRC448 Jun 21, 2022
MnP133 Jun 14, 2022
PRC447 Jun 04, 2022
PRC446 May 22, 2022
PRC445 May 08, 2022
MnP132 May 02, 2022
PRC444 Apr 22, 2022
OHC705 Apr 18, 2022
PRC443 Apr 10, 2022
PRC442 Mar 28, 2022
MnP131 Mar 21, 2022
PRC441 Mar 09, 2022
MnP130 Feb 05, 2022
OHC694 Feb 01, 2022
PRC438 Jan 16, 2022
MnP129 Jan 03, 2022
PRC436 Dec 01, 2021
PRC435 Nov 12, 2021
MnP128 Nov 09, 2021
PRC434 Oct 20, 2021
MnP127 Oct 10, 2021
PRC433 Oct 03, 2021
PRC432 Sep 09, 2021
MnP126 Aug 29, 2021
PRC431 Aug 20, 2021
OHC670 Aug 19, 2021
OHC669 Aug 12, 2021
OHC668 Aug 05, 2021
PRC430 Aug 01, 2021
OHC667 Jul 23, 2021
PRC429 Jul 11, 2021
MnP125 Jul 11, 2021
OHC664 Jul 07, 2021
PRC428 Jun 20, 2021
OHC661 Jun 17, 2021
MnP124 Jun 06, 2021
OHC660 Jun 04, 2021
PRC427 May 30, 2021
OHC658 May 20, 2021
PRC426 May 09, 2021
PRC425 Apr 21, 2021
MnP123 Apr 21, 2021
PRC424 Apr 10, 2021
PRC423 Mar 21, 2021
OHC648 Mar 15, 2021
MnP122 Mar 11, 2021
PRC422 Feb 25, 2021
PRC420 Jan 24, 2021
MnP119 Dec 02, 2020
PRC417 Nov 26, 2020
PRC416 Nov 08, 2020
MnP118 Oct 29, 2020
MnP117 Oct 03, 2020