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Aamp: Visual Novel 2

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 22:52:35 -0500

Visual Novel 2 No, not that I'm working on a second one, this is just a continuation blog about it I can't believe it's been a whole two weeks since My Last Entry! I just had a three day weekend and was getting up early and staying up late but it felt like one day rolled onto the next with doing the same thing mostly like it was one continuous day! When I started this project, I was thinking it would take no time due to the simplicity I chose to go with and gave myself half a year, with down time, to do it but I had no idea just how much work this was going to be! XP I have a Super Nintendo Classic Edition, sitting in the box just waiting to be played and here I am, typing in 10,000 words that I wrote with my left hand of all things like being back in school doing homework instead! Lol! I was in a work classroom the other day and they had all these great things like chocolate bars, slinkys, fuzzy pipe cleaners, and building blocks and when I asked the teacher, was told they were using them to do activities with their less dominant hands to engage different parts of the brain and thinking. I thought that was pretty neat as I wasn't entirely sure if that really was a thing even; I just gave it a try on parts of my story to see if it wold have an effect on my writing. Early on in my story, I came up with all these really super creative names that I used: Like Aarel, Ampa, Ample, Aatri, and I'm Aamp who sometimes goes by the name of amp, btw! These names shouldn't be confusingly similar at all! But as for characters, I've written the WHOLE STORY now - IT'S DONE!! I was a bit like, aww, I'm finished with these characters now and it was amazing to see them develop. I just mean, I've written a lot of stories but I haven't finished many like one especially this big so it was really cool to make that 'thing' about each character come together. I also did the per-chance amateurish thing of not putting the character's name to their dialogue when making the script - yeah, 20,000 words of dialogue with no indication of who is speaking. That kind of sucked to go back to after 2 months and I've had some interest in people wanting to proofread the script and I'm like, uhh... Thankfully, for the remainder of it which is now fully typed as of this weekend (goal achieved even with going out with friends and watching hockey getting into the plan) includes the character's first initial... Yay!... Wait! They're all 'A!' D'Oh! My reasoning behind doing that was from a comment I read about a Manga writer, maybe? How each character in a particular example could be told apart simply by their dialogue alone. Or maybe I made that up, idk,.. So my characters will speak differently? You could be the judge of that later but I will say, they are early development characters with some emphasis on tropes but I started to like them extensively more throughout. They have some sort of identities in the end. Music! I can't wait for that! I have nearly three-quarters of the story's text programmed in with formatting issues being very real atm where words go off screen and such. I really wanted to continue to press on with it today but I need to talk about it lol. I can't work on it now - got to take a break. Anyway, I think music is going to be a very exciting part of this for the month of March; whereas this was going to be a home for a lot of my existing orphaned tunes, tracks specific to this are and will be in the works. Once the base of the programmed product is done, I'll be able to better see the pace and how music will fit into the rhythm and appearance of the story itself. I learned a minute and a half track I wrote for a certain part, actually plays by in seven seconds so it's not going to fit the story in the way I had imagined as a full motion picture. Reading can go a lot quicker and that's a limitation I need to work with, for now. Later! [...]

zincshed: If it ain't broke

Tue, 06 Feb 2018 09:52:05 -0500

If it ain't broke
Our precarious relationship with hardware and software.

'If it ain't broke, don't fix it' goes the saying. Today when computer hardware and software have a precarious relationship, does this aphorism still apply?
Software updates can render our phones or computers dead or bricked at a click of a button. Most folk can relate tales of a printer that just stopped working.

Recently Microsoft managed to render millions of webcams unusable for weeks, this was due to a Windows 10 update. Another example is how hundreds of apps stopped working when Apple introduced iOS 11.

Items we depend on quickly become obsolete even though they are still in full working order. The advent of flat-screen technology consigned millions of Cathode Ray Tube TVs and monitors to landfill followed by scanners, printers and PCs that could not keep up with progress. Tech companies are intent on weaning us off wired connections, so those headphone sockets keep disappearing from new phones and TVs.

I have certainly been affected, A Roland app necessary for my music stopped working with the advent of iOS 11. It took months for Roland to get around to releasing an update. My inkjet printer has been replaced with a laser version. My FM radio - replaced with a DAB version. My TV - replaced by one with higher resolution. Also discarded is my DVD player which could not play BluRay disks. My iPhone 4 is now obsolete and can't be updated.... do I wait till the battery dies before I upgrade to a newer phone?

Bad news for me came in Nov 2017 when Gibson (the guitar firm) withdrew support for Cakewalk, (the company that produces Sonar). This is the software I have used for over 12 years. Unless Cakewalk is rescued, my software will be at the mercy of the next Windows update. Do I jump ship now or hang on and hope for the best?

There are still some areas where retro technology is making a comeback. Vintage hifi and vinyl records are back in vogue. All respected synthesiser manufacturers such as Moog now label their product fully analogue and guitarists all seem to want tube amps based on circuit designs that were developed before transistors were even invented. Analogue film technology is still revered and Kodak have announced that they will restart production of Ectachrome film. Filmmakers are also hoping that the Kodachrome film, praised in the Paul Simon song, will also be remanufactured.

For those puzzled by the terms. Analogue is all about tubes, transistors, resistors and capacitors, (discrete off the shelf components that can be replaced when repairs are necessary). On the other hand digital technology is all about integrated circuits or chips. These have a long working life but when things go wrong it is seldom worth replacing these complex entities - they are usually out of production anyway.
Digital photography replaces specks of chemicals with digital code that can be read by computers.

So how can we respond to 'If it ain't broke'?
A design guru might say - 'If it ain't broke, it could do with some more features'.
A parent might say - 'If it ain't broke, my child hasn't found it yet'.
An owner of a modern car might say - 'If it ain't broke it is probably due for an expensive check up and service anyway'. And the IT manager might say -'If it ain't broke, it will be soon if I don't replace it'.

We have little say in what manufactures really want to sell us, as Henry Ford said - 'If I had asked my customers what they wanted, they would've said "a faster horse"'.

Roger Foster
Feb 2018

#PlannedObsolescence #TechnoRage #LudditesUnite #FightForYourRightToRepair #SaveCakewalk

Aamp: Visual Novel 1

Sun, 04 Feb 2018 22:00:36 -0500

Visual Novel 1 Hey guys! Just wanted to come here and ramble about a project I'm working on! Late last year, I decided that since soundtracks are interesting to me, that my music could be made with more story telling. This happened with Battle Dragged Wip 2 where I actually envisioned events for this music! I even developed a character from this very tune and could vividly imagine everything going on, so I wrote it all down - not to accompany the music as a song description but for me to forget about it on my desktop lol, or to be like, "There! I have a story to this track; yea!" What I had taken away from that experience however, is that I had just created a couple minutes of, as dumb as it may sound, an anime in my head! I had character expressions, the landscape, the action.., it was all figured out and heavily derived from my concepts I had written about nearly two years ago here! Developing Blog Feb. 2016 The thing that stuck with me most in the comments section of that blog was, "have you ever considered writing screenplays?" Well, truth is, that project I was blogging about then hasn't seen fruition because I'm basing all the things I want to create off of masterpieces! I'm not like Nintendo, lol. I don't have the budget or R&D to articulate all my ideas but my experience has to start somewhere. I've always fueled stories off music and music off stories but have usually done one devoid of the other. I've drawn heaps of comics then a decade of none. I thought it would be so cool back in the day to have a CD soundtrack to accompany a comic but without any voice over, how would you sync the music up to the page? The other thing about a comic is you could sometimes be drawing the same thing over and over again like backdrops or characters with just some subtle expression changes so it would be nice if a story could be told with re-usable assets like on computers or something... Say in the way of RPGs! A RPG would be awesome and I'd love to make that but there's the whole time aspect; both to play and make - like I hardly could do it with time (spent doodling or writing in class) as a teenager let alone now. But what if I could make a RPG with only the dialogue parts!? Well, there's just that! Popularized, I believe in Japan is the visual novel! I wish I would have known about it sooner rather than pretty much re-inventing it for myself and I will try to explain it in the way my story will be presented and that is; you see an image of the scene as a background as well as some representations of characters and their expressions along with some sound effects, music, and screen interaction. Real visual novels, I bet will have more interaction but mine will be linear for the sake of completion. Going back to the whole screenplay thing, my goal is to make my story take the same time-ish to read as it would to watch a movie - and that is pretty exciting to make that connection as it kind of feels like I'm making a movie, y'know!? Haha - but it still leaves a lot to the readers' imagination - like maybe sometimes you'll have characters "running away" from Godzilla or something; the music is all epically intense, the background shows a torn up city, the character representations and dialogue relay expressions of panic, and the screen is all shaking with sound effects going on of heavy stomping... But you don't actually see Godzilla! Like they're off camera only to be seen imaginatively in the distance by the characters that are on-screen and often descriptions are exclaimed by the characters themselves, like, "Look, it's Godzilla!" It just adds a fun, creative aspect to it! I've learned a lot through working on this and especially that I have a tricky time seeing all the different pieces of the project before they come together as my brain wants to view it as a whole. It's kind of like, what is all this stuff and how is it all going to appear when it's completed? I'm having to piece meal things together from my phone, tablet, [...]

jonalynkrauth: Hey hey soon a brand new song from my new project :)

Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:38:01 -0500

Hey hey soon a brand new song from my new project :)

I'm not dead (image)
I see in my backstage page that people still listen my music (image)
I am about to come back VERY VERY soon with my brand new project "JENIZA" , a dark low tempo EP in my native language :french ...
With real hardware instrument now !
I will soon upload my first piece of it "Mort"
Stay connected !

Peace , love and compassion.


irok: a snippet from rehearsal

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 14:13:49 -0500

a snippet from rehearsal
iPhone recording during rehearsal

Just if You wonder what I do for fun..
Newest jam, last friday

irok: Wicked Game - Long time ago

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 14:15:20 -0500

Wicked Game - Long time ago
So I made a cover of Wicked Game..

From what I have learned doing the years I think it may be time to re-visit my Cris Isaak cover and give it another go, I know it was something completely different from the original.. I think I can do it better.. like 1+ years after I had my first go.. I sort of have to find the vibe and the original recorded backing track is long gone.. I am thinking about it (image)
Maybe it is just what it is as is- an icomp classic.. dunno.


Sat, 06 Jan 2018 23:43:15 -0500

Let me know you are out there!!....

If you are checking out this site... Let me know what u think! I'd love to hear from you...anyone who has a passion for guitar...piano.... Give me a shout out!...

On this site...
What's your favorite songs???
Fav solos???


P.s. -

Did not have a chance to work on the newer compositions over the holidays... Spent time with my family... Just really appreciated all the blessings I have....I did shred...I did play.... But didn't record anything lately.... I will hopefully soon!!! "I Thirst"... And "Shadow Of Heaven" are completed (piano arrangements and recordings)... Just have to lay down the strats! .....

DarkShredcerto: Dark Shredcerto - "I Thirst" & "Shadow Of Heaven" (New Shred!!)

Sat, 30 Dec 2017 01:49:22 -0500

Dark Shredcerto - "I Thirst" & "Shadow Of Heaven" (New Shred!!)
Dark Shredcerto Music...

Slowly working on my archive.... Always a work in progress... Working on 2 songs at the moment titled "I Thirst..." And "Shadow Of Heaven".... More of my neoclssical guitar/piano excursions that I'm known for... I'm off work for a bit due to the holidays ... So I will try to work on them.... It an incredible thrill for me...and a compose this music and play it.... More to come in the future!!!

Praise be to Jesus.... For giving hope to my heart....and light in my sorrows...

(John 3:16)

Aamp: More Artwork!!

Wed, 27 Dec 2017 22:05:18 -0500

More Artwork!!
I've been drawing and everything!

Hey, check this out! 4 years ago, I joined DeviantArt to ask an artist if I could use one of their pictures to go with my music and since I started drawing again, I have pictures there now too!

My most recent December 2017 drawing was done over the holidays on day 22 of randomly (re?)developing left handedness. I think I have a surprising amount of aptitude and potential in my left and I've been tangibly exploring that, like with writing, throwing things around - oh and artistically also, because it's fun!

Lol. You can see all three of my pictures there! As always, I'd like to hear what you think and thank you!

engleman23: Now, Voyager released

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 08:11:19 -0500

Now, Voyager released
Recently released: New CD

I released my first CD since composing full-time. You can find it on iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon and Spotify.

I'd love to get comments from other composers.

Free 30-second previews at

CDs available at

or stream at Spotify:

irok: Demo postponed

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 05:26:07 -0500

Demo postponed
I got some lower back issues..

We are doing demo asap but meanwhile on Youtube

irok: Demo recording

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 01:29:17 -0500

Demo recording
Last sunday we started tracking..

We recorded guitar, bass & vocals for tracking, we are doing it the other way around cause we play so loud everything bleeds, guitars on the drum tracks and drums on the guitar track. so when we have the drums down we will re-record everything and I look so much forward to present my original band to you in a much better quality.. we sing in Danish so I may have to translate the lyrics. We don't have a timeline yet.. but so far we are really doing it. You know.. it's only rock n roll.. but we like it (image)

DarkShredcerto: Dark Shredcerto Rising!...

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 12:16:22 -0500

Dark Shredcerto Rising!...
Upcoming projects and events..

I am very busy always with the music i compose and perform....Videos to select compositions will be filmed in the near future... Some of the audio on these mp3's were ripped right from the video file (Video was recorded first)
just going in direct and beltin' it out... Check back periodicially... My health isnt the greatest... but when i am able... much more music will be added...and links to the videos once i post them!

*Thank you to all my friends and fans who have stuck by me through the years... who believe in my vision... and what i feel the lord is leading me to do with this music... all praise goes to him in whom i have placed my hope... within the brokenness of myself... where he has pieced me together.. this "dark angel" of who i am.... who Christ has not given up on....and has given me an inner warmth and unspeakable peace...

john 3:16 -


DarkShredcerto: "Shredroque For Electric Guitar And Piano"

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 01:53:11 -0500

"Shredroque For Electric Guitar And Piano"
4 Song Shred Opus...


uploaded recently a bunch of compositions... including my latest demo for guitar and piano..... shred on!!!

D. M.

irok: Add, enjoy :)

Fri, 08 Dec 2017 22:07:35 -0500

Add, enjoy :)
There's free hands

I write add,enjoy,, it means your input is appreciated, just add whatever you felll like, upload and tag me.. and I will have a party-
To the admins I will say, I am stupid and for that I hope my musical skills will somehow compensate and keep the community flourishing. I have a tendency, to have a beer to many in the proces of music making.. well.. just I have fun, to my self: Behave and stay cool.
I have Disabled chat by request.

lena_orsa: I am happy to present The Way to the Rainbow

Sun, 03 Dec 2017 09:09:46 -0500

I am happy to present The Way to the Rainbow
New piano album by Lena Orsa

Dear Friends,
Im so thrilled to release my second studio album The Way to the Rainbow and happy to inform you that the album is available on:
iTunes >>>
Amazon >>>
Google Play >>>
The album has been recorded live at the incredible Vladimir Osinsky recording studio, Moscow.
Nick Orsa is an amazing audio engineer and sound producer of this album.
Special thanks to everyone who helped make this important step forward possible!
Thank you for your listening and great support!

Lena Orsa


Sun, 12 Nov 2017 09:16:14 -0500

Even though it's Sunday for me...

Over the past few years, I had this idea for an album. It would be a collection of all the songs I had written for my personal 52-week challenge, which was to write at least one song a week starting in June of 2014. After 47 weeks, I became burnt out but still had over 100 completed songs.

Flash forward to 2017, and I'm working on material for my Morning/Evening sessions, which I'm still writing for. I sat down at my desk one day and started making a list of songs that would be considered and demoed for Morning/Evening, when all of a sudden, I get this bright idea to resurrect the previous album from the depths of songwriting hell. So, I'm working on two albums at once... which is fantastic for my anxiety.

Anyway, the second album is not only a collection of songs from the 52-week challenge but everything that had been written from my junior year in college (2010) up to my move to Nashville (May 2015). Needless to say, I have my work cut out for me, but I have several tracklists that I'm going through. I plan on playing out at some open mic nights and writer's rounds around Nashville to get some feedback and see where I can go from there.

Oh yeah, and the album is called "Something for a Monday Night." My friend and I were texting back and forth one night and she had mentioned this phrase (though at this point, I forgot the context of the conversation) and I wrote back saying that I was going to use this as a title for something...

So, that's where I stand now. Now excuse me while I go hole myself up in my room for a while...

irok: New OS update

Mon, 06 Nov 2017 18:59:53 -0500

New OS update
wheel of doom all day.. ZZzzzzz

I updated to OS new high Sierra and my Mac got so slow, (I've been running with 4 GB since 2010) I had the wheel of doom all the time. I went to a shop and bought 16 gb of ram as I got of the store I noticed I had gotten the wrong package 2x4 gb rather than my 2x8 gb.. I went home and installed it and it rocks.
it can handle 32 gb so I get 16 more asap. Running 20 guns right now. if you have questions about what your Mac is capable off try -> other world computing (image)

blues69: Gitarrenunterricht

Sun, 29 Oct 2017 19:05:22 -0400

Gitarrenunterricht Regensdorf e-gitarre privat akustische gitarre lernen raum zrich

Lapskin: a big number about to be hit this week

Thu, 26 Oct 2017 16:12:59 -0400

a big number about to be hit this week
after a very very very very long time a huge number is about to be made

incoming BIG NUMBER !!!

by the end of the week mabye the weekend i shall reach the big figure of 4000 tracks on here been a while to get to this mark. I will be the first to admit i have been slightly distracted by work commitments of late actualy over a long period of time but here we go time to smash the 3000 counter and make a new one for the 4000th ...

I would also like to thank to all the people that have listened to my nonsense over the years i hope ive managed to entertain you as much as i have enjoyed making this nonsense

regards lapskin

DarkShredcerto: Currently Working On "Messiah" & Several Other Compositions!....

Sat, 21 Oct 2017 14:07:25 -0400

Currently Working On "Messiah" & Several Other Compositions!....

Been brutal in the shred room...

So much more coming in the future.. Dark Shredcerto style guitar/piano passion! ...worked on several arrangements today and several guitar parts...

I receive messages from all over the world about this stuff... i never dreamed it would have such an impact on people... im truly thankful..

stay tuned!... more to come!!!

in Christs name.. By the grace of the cross


eido: New album Brighter Days released, free to download!

Sat, 14 Oct 2017 15:06:52 -0400

New album Brighter Days released, free to download! You read that right, the album's done. In case you're wondering what happened to track 10, read on...Summary for busy readers: head over to and grab yourself a totally free copy of my latest album, Brighter Days. The full album mixes are in some cases great improvements over the versions here on iComp, so if you liked any of Brighter Days here, you owe it to yourself to get the final version. (Did I mention it's free?) Earlier today I was agonising over whether Brighter Days could be considered 'done' or whether there's more I could or should be doing with it. I got chatting to a buddy of mine, who reminded me of Leonardo da Vinci's comment that 'art is never finished, only abandoned'. I can relate. It's been a long journey. As you've probably gathered if you've been following my gradual progress, the earliest music in this project was written all the way back in the late 90s, and it's taken almost twenty years to find its way home. In the process it's jumped genres, from dark progressive metal to electronica with influences from trance, synthwave and 8-bit music. And now, at last, I'm prepared to call it done. (Although apparently it isn't ready to call me done. As I'm writing this blog I'm listening through the audio one last time, and I just found a glitch. Sigh. Fear not, by the time this is uploaded it'll be fixed.) Those of you who've been following closely might be wondering what happened to track 10. Didn't I say there would be a track 10? What happens at the end of the story?!?! (If you weren't aware that there was a story, you can skip the next paragraph.) So, yes, Dark Days was indeed supposed to have a track 10. Originally called Remembrance, it was our hero's final lament. Alone in the wilderness, isolated and rejected, having lost the love of his life, all he has left are his memories, and even those are now starting to wear out from over-use. 'And then you'll be gone forever' is the album closer. Holy hell, track 10 was bleak and depressing. It seemed like a good idea to end the album on a massive downer because my then-favourite band Anathema had just done the same thing with their album Alternative 4, and frankly Dark Days was basically a massive homage to Anathema so I was pretty much powerless to resist. Also I was 19 years old and gloomy as a really gloomy thing. When I came back to try to record the project in earnest some time later, I tried to develop Remembrance into something that wouldn't make everyone want to jump off a bridge. It became known as The Parting Of Ways, essentially symbolic of me finally laying all this old music to rest and moving on with my life. It turned into a bit of an epic, piling in every fragment of music I hadn't yet used for something else, and honestly it ended up as an unwieldy riff salad. I still really like parts of it, but having spent two days working it up into an electronica piece, it was feeling forced, and it didn't really add anything that the album didn't have already. On top of that, getting back into making music has reminded me that this is something I get a lot out of, and if I can I'd like to keep doing it - so there's really no reason to burn all of my remaining musical ideas in a gigantic self-indulgent twelve-minute epic that nobody will listen to more than once. Thus, we're done. Nine tracks in 48 minutes doesn't seem too shabby to me, and, more importantly, I enj[...]

RMulholland: Project

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 23:53:54 -0400


Good Evening,

So who on this site actually wants to do something for real?

While I admit, an online project is a rather pathetic way to do things, but it seems to be the only option.

That being the case, who out there wants to create some angry yet beautiful music??

I would love to take part in a project that wants to write good music & put out some albums just for the sake of doing it.

In this project, my key instrument would be drums, but I am of course willing to contribute synth parts.

So who wants to give life to an Industrial Metal project?

DarkShredcerto: Dark Shredcerto - "Shredenza For Electric Guitar & Piano" (Demo Cd Uploaded!!!...)

Thu, 05 Oct 2017 11:54:38 -0400

Dark Shredcerto - "Shredenza For Electric Guitar & Piano" (Demo Cd Uploaded!!!...)
More demo music uploaded to this site...

Whats up friends???? This is my 5 song opus titled:

Dark Shredcerto -
"Shredenza For Electric Guitar & Piano
(In 5 Movements)
Opus #32 No. 16 In Shred Minor"

Please enjoy.... These are rough demos... Ive never had a lesson or been taught anything about music... Just a passion to play and create.....

Shred on!!!!..

irok: I'd like to mix

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 23:35:31 -0400

I'd like to mix
If you have music I have ears

when I record what I do I always go for an edge..(my style) I'd like to do something good and clean, let me know if you have some wav files you want to be mixed I would like to have a try (image)

irok: Quicktime not working ?

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 01:40:58 -0400

Quicktime not working ?
This is what you have to do

If you use a Mac open finder and search for "disabled plugins" open a new finder window and search for internet plugins and drag the files named "QuickTime Plugin.plugin" & "nslQTScriptablePlugin.xpt" to the internet plugins folder, Now u know (image)

pharmakeus: Construction work all week next door

Wed, 20 Sep 2017 01:35:02 -0400

Construction work all week next door

Looks like there won'/t be any singing this week (image)

pharmakeus: Four weeks dry

Tue, 19 Sep 2017 07:12:26 -0400

Four weeks dry
No grog for four weeks now

My hands shake
I feel sick
In pain
My mixes stink

KCsGROOVE: 10 years on Icomposition

Tue, 12 Sep 2017 07:01:14 -0400

10 years on Icomposition
This week it's 10 years ago since I started uploading songs here on Icompositions

10 years already since my former colleagues Eagle and Mr.Red showed me this site and encouraged me to upload some of my songs here.
It's been a great decade. Icomposition still inspires me.
I made quite a lot of friends here, some of them are no longer among us (Geo (fatchance) and Ed (slopart) ).
I've always had great feedback from you all..thanks for that!
And well over half a million plays in these years.
I think I'll stay for a while (image)

irok: I play with an amazing guitarist

Tue, 12 Sep 2017 00:31:01 -0400

I play with an amazing guitarist
do we rehearse ?

My guitarist are on tour in Canada an America again, this year he has been to Italy, Germany Switzerland, Chile, Canada/ America in terms.. He is awesome.. He needs a bigger suitcase I can fit in.. He have connections so I hope we can travel the world when we are ready (image)