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Everything in existence is transitory. All good things must come to an end–it is a continual process of growth and evolution; death and rebirth; out with the old and in with the new. Reality itself is only a chapter of the story, and nobody knows when the page might turn and where it might lead. But all of it has just begun.
To put it simply, two individuals with a passion for music decided to pitch some ideas back and forth and create some tunes of their own. We’ve put that plan into motion, and although we each have our own personal assortment of musical sketches and demos so far, we hope for a more collaborative project in the future. I suppose if we start to settle into a certain genre we’ll designate it as a separate side project with an appropriate name, but for now we are planting the seeds of undefined categorization across all ends of the vast drawing board. So amidst this organic development you will probably find some of this here and a little bit of that there.
We’re basically just winging it here…going with whatever we happen to like at the time. Helpful, criticism is encouraged and appreciated, so long as you are as objective as possible! Advice and any suggestions (e.g. instrument packs and other useful programs or tools) are also welcome. We are amateurs so we lack the skill, experience, and production software to become the next pop sensation. But that’s not our goal anyway: Music should be enjoyed, so just let us know what you like, be specific about what you don’t like, and give us whatever feedback you want.
Enjoy the ride. Or not. But either way accept it and expect it because it’s your life. Enjoy the audio, and safe travels.
Matt and Trevor
P.S.–Please forgive the atrocious puns in many of the song names…a little wordplay for self-amusement was the only thing keeping me from naming every song “1, 2, 3,…n, n + 1” or something along the lines of “skjdhfjkadshf.” But the songs contain no lyrics at the moment, so what’s in a name, anyway? Also, I have a restricted number of virtual instruments at my disposal: The piano is my staple, I mostly use a basic rhythm, and the majority of the other instruments are grab-bag synths that seemed fitting…so just deal with it. It might talso be worth mentioning that some of the old relics are thrown in with the fresh stuff, so that should account for some of the inconsistencies that you might notice from song to song. When it comes to my songs, if you don’t see the words “sample,” “demo,” or “sketch” in the title, consider it to be more of an interlude or experimental variation rather than a mastered track. It’s all a work in progress here.