MAKINA 2000 + 2020 Machines and Melodies

I saved my very first computer creations originally by The Dybbuk and titled Defined Static in 2000. It wasn't until recently that I named this MAKINA as a foreign word for "Machine" or "Machina". There aren't any organic instruments in the 2000 tracks, though the loops came from others playing. What I did to make it unique and legal, other than all loops being royalty free anyways, was hacking and chopping everything up to come up with weird melodies and sound effects not to mention crazy ass drums that would otherwise be impossible to play so they weren't recognizable. The end product got only good reviews long ago on acidplanet.com when it still existed as a pre-social media platform to share your creations. In 2020, I added more tracks to surround these that DID have organic guitar and programmable synthesizers.

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THE NOISE DIARIES 2001-2004

When I plugged my guitar in to the software I was messing with all the time at this point, I was anxious to get out all of the tracks I made up in high school on the guitar for a band that was a fail. My favorite is the one that took weeks off and on in the background, Angel with Horns which usually ends up first anywhere. Anti was the one that originally I played a lot faster and will someday make a video for youtube of such high speed playing. Golden is the pretty one that also had a little bit of more elaborate made-up guitar playing. I'll show an acoustic video of that one. I gave it a hip hop beat but want to redo it sometime when I record the first Organized Chaos album. Porcupine also got a slight hip-hop beat that is really more techno. Disc 1 is 2001, and Disc 2 is 2002-2004. I hereby promise to bring guitar playing back very soon.

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OMNIUM 2005+2017 - Absynthium Collective No. 1

When I was searching long and hard through a cd of software and demos one friend gave another (Luke Wilson from warlock was that friend who gave it to Will Henry from various stuff I've done collaboratively) for something to make lofi nintendo style music, I found a program called Orion. Though the program I needed was called MilkyTracker, I fell in love with the piano roll interface and ease of quick use when it came to Orion's features and learned about VST plugins and all of that. This first series of background music starts with the soundtrack to Thanatos (see gaming projects), follows through with the soundtrack pieces of Sin Harvest (see gaming projects), and concludes with Armageddon from 2017 (Aka Songs From Orion Vol. 5's beginning--before I redid my album titles). There are some odd tracks and a few opuses to check out! I recommend Struggle, Reprise.
WARNING: THESE SONGS USE SYNTHESIZERS, NOT GUITAR!!

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CONTINUUM I AND II 2006+2018 - Absynthium Collective No. 2

In 2006, this started out as a soundtrack for a game that was never made. I made a sequel of Gatherum for a classmate who wanted it, but had no clue how the game would function or look, or what it was. In fact, I didn't attend the college anymore and just had one classmate and his s/o as a roommate. The game never came to be, so the soundtrack Songs From Orion Vol. 3 became just a thing to be forgotten forever. Eventually I just grouped together tracks by beats-per-minute and added filler to come up with a near-eighty-minute recording that all connected. Continuum II tells a mild story in track titles, with "To Be Continued..." at the end. So there WILL be a part 3... It will last two discs in length, clocking in at over two and a half hours.
WARNING: THESE SONGS USE SYNTHESIZERS, NOT GUITAR!!

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DELIRIUM 2006+2011+2013+2018 - Absynthium Collective No. 3

Also in 2006, I started and never finished Songs From Orion 4 aka Omnium Gatherum. It wasn't until 2011 I had my first full cd draft. Omnium Gatherum plus Orion Eclipse each had 19 tracks, now cut to less. The original Pixels was in 2013 and thus Songs From Orion Vol. 4 ended with Sleeping Angels, which is sort of a precursor. Broken Souls was a precursor to Songs From Orion Vol. 666 and Sleeping Angels was a precursor to Songs From Orion Vol. 7: Angels, An Ode To Sleep, neither of which ever happened. In 2018 a game company attempted to find me on twitter and when I finally saw it I got to work and sent a whole soundtrack to find they were no longer in communication. So I had Postmortem/Pendulum which are now Dystopian/Lithium.
WARNING: THESE SONGS USE SYNTHESIZERS, NOT GUITAR!!
There are 3 freely downloadable demo tracks available!

featuring the eps: Nerverum, Procellas, Pixels, Dystopian, Lithium, and Somnium.

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