Last November, I took part in NaSoAlMo, a musical challenge similar to the more famous NaNoWriMo. Participants are given a month to write, record, and release an album, which must be at least 30 minutes long. While I didn’t actually release an album, I managed to write and record over 30 minutes of music in 30 days, so I consider it a qualified success. The album, which I gave the working title “Codename: FOXRUN”, was to be my attempt at the outrun/retro/synthwave genre, although not everything I ended up producing would necessarily fit this category. I also took this opportunity to advance my skills in sound design and in working with synthesizers.
As promised, today I released “FOXRUN Demo”, an album of some of the finished instrumentals from that project. If you’re into synthwave/retrowave/new wave music, this may interest you. Or offend you. Either way, there it is.
The album is priced at whatever you want to pay, even if it’s nothing.
But this is something.
1 April 2018 at 20:37:16 MDT