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Not a bad idea, I think I'm going to make that my monthly goal too!
Thanks for the compliment and donation! That's the first time I've made anything off music. :woot:
I painted it on GIMP (I don't remember which version, but I think it was 2.6) on a Microsoft tablet. Currently, I use Krita for digital paintings.
I play on the Rift. All the usual stuff like Echo Arena, Rec Room, Dead and Buried, etc.
Let's squad up/form a party. My username: theybradgekosh
If you end up liking my heavy-but-not-that-heavy music, feel free to use stuff (currently one song heh) on daybridgeghost.bandcamp.com. :)
This thread is awesome. Loved the stuff I've seen so far.
Here's something I made a few years ago. It was inspired by a paper I read on how...
I don't mind the louder-than-usual guitars if that's what you're aiming for. The guitars may benefit from being a little 'wetter'. Overall good...
I don't own a POD HD500, but this post reminded me of the following video, in case you haven't seen it already:
I vaguely remember him...
Sounds great, I dig! What I might have said about vocals is already discussed above. Take both my ears, and fill them with your music.
Sounds pretty rad. Here's to hoping we hear your next song before 2021!
I am using periodic boundary conditions. In addition to the reaction-diffusion equations, there are randomly moving particles that act as chemical...
I fed my music into some mathematical equations and got some cool patterns.
For those interested, the equations I used were Gray Scott...
Listening right now, that sounds intense! Definitely enjoying the vibe here.