We are living in the future, and it is awesome!
Lately I’ve been listening to a lot of game music on my computer (rather than streaming it from places such as Radio GOSU). I still find myself amazed at the quality of music that I find there – just really, really good stuff, made with (obvious) passion, and a lot of technical skill.
Suffice to say, I enjoy game music. I also enjoy making mix CDs for driving, and when I say “driving” I usually mean “driving fast.” One of my most recent mashups was particularly good, so I figured I’d share the components here so everyone can enjoy. Metroid Cranial Syphon [Kay-raid] OC ReMix Ducktales Harden the… Continue reading Driving with Game Music
Sometimes I just get into these weird moods… sort of nostalgic, sort of melancholy… and when I do, I often watch this video or just listen to the song that goes with it. It’s what’s known as an AMV – an “Anime Music Video,” a fan-made music video for a song made up of clips… Continue reading The World at Large (Kino’s Journey)
I read a post over at Coding Horror today about “Music to (Not) Code By,” and it got me thinking about the music I code by – which, let me just say, is not anything like the music mentioned in Jeff’s article! There’s always been a sort of unspoken rule with me that the best… Continue reading Music to Code By