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1. To introduce an idea or attitude into the mind of
Innoculus is an idea that is a fractal. It is not immediately apparent to everyone but those who get it get it. It's an idea that spreads, grows, can be inoculated into any media, even thought or emotion. It's like planting a seed that grows into a full grown state of mind. I hope this helps clarify my intention.
If it didn't, my main goal is to make people think, if I can. I don't inherently express that in my music, due to the fact that I refuse to write about anything aside from what I'm feeling. Maybe others who feel the same way sometime might enjoy knowing they can relate to something. If nothing else it's therapeutic for me.
I'm a 23 year old living in Austin, TX. I dabbled in music as a child with several instruments before I finally took up cello in 6th grade, which I played for 3 years. After that I moved to electric bass shortly before getting my first guitar. At that point i played guitar and later composed simple orchestrations written mainly for guitar until I was about 20, at which point I finally started experimenting with music software and stopped second guessing my abilities. I didn't spend a lot of time on music for a good while and I've never spent more time on it than I do now, but it's becoming obvious that it's something that is a necessary part of my life, and at this point, I have begun to take it seriously. Let me know what you think, and if you have any advice I'd love to hear it!
I'm inspired by lots of different music. Growing up I liked metal and most things like it that flew around between 1990 and 2002 or so. I also have always had a place in my heart for video game music so I will occasionally apply elements that I feel give it that sensation. I've grown to like electronic music a LOT. Really great electronic music seems to have the ability to be virtually limitless in it's application. Most of all I like things to be melodic and well thought out. Disharmonic noise and randomness kind of put me off.
NOTE: If you're going to follow me, wait til I follow you, then unfollow me, I will go back and remove you. That's bullshit. You're not cool for following less people than are following you, and that doesn't help put you in a good light at all.