Emphasizing the final moments of RDA, I left behind the tattooed hand with an “8” for Vriska and popped a robot hand for Aradiabot. Also included a redirected meteor from Sollux, Gamzee’s Deuce Clubs (from here) and Vriska’s Fluorite Octet (by ohnobro, from here). And the Black King’s scepter fo a good measure.
So, yeah, Walt. The album art is already here - less one job to be done!
Cheers, bro. Looking forward for great achievements this year!
This is gorgeous. However, I legally can’t commercially use someone’s DeviantArt work and super-impose it onto mine (unless they were all OK with it). Even if I never got “caught” it’s simply a matter of integrity I won’t cross. I LOVE the picture’s composition though, so maybe I can attempt to hand draw the batons and fireball myself?
I was chattin with Strideritis who explained the Black King and each character’s themes to me, which has helped with how i’ll approach the piece (it’s unfinished).
This week I’m releasing my first true original song. It’s called “Dare to Transform” and it’s epic in soundscape and length.
I understand that a lot of remix forums, Youtubers, and many other groups of people are constantly scouring the web for cool content, but usually end up dry. They want background music but don’t want to get sued or taken down, or maybe they just want to express themselves with a remix.
So I’m thinking:
1.) Should I release my orchestra stems?
2.) Should I release the MIDI file?
3.) Should I release the sheet music?
In my song posts it’ll probably say “iTunes Bandcamp Amazon Stems Other”.
Obviously, that means you’ll be able to download the song for free, but I’ll still make it available for purchase should anyone want to support me. To be fair, I feel strongly that even downloading my music for free and remixing it is supportive.
My grandma’s kitten Putter playing and being the silly little kitten she is.
The song used is “Memories” by Walt Ribeiro.
It’s painful yet reassuring to hear my music from 2006 and realize how much I’ve grown.
Also, this video reminds me of when my parents would buy me a birthday present and I’d spend a week enjoying it, then 3 months playing around with the cardboard box. Good times.