Tuesday, March 14, 2006

My nano glitch minute...

I have been thinking about what I will use for my glitch minute for Thursday night's concert at the de la Catessen gallery. I had many, many ideas- after all, sixty seconds is actually quite a long time- but I have just finished something that I am quite happy with.

My minute is a quiet, peaceful, ambient one. It has been written using Nanoloop 2.0.1, running on a Gameboy Advance SP Silver.

Download the minute here. (MP3, stereo, 128KBps, 940 KB)

3 comments:

Chris said...

I liked your glitch. Gives me a feeling like sinking down into water and resurfacing, weaving in and out, dreamlike. Good sound, too!

Tyrell Blackburn said...

Yeah nice glitch... actually it reminds me of the Deus Ex: Invisible War soundtrack by Alexander Brandon. Especially the first half of track 3 that features what sounds like guitar notes with attached delays.

If you're interesting in this ambient soundtrack, you can download it here

Brian Green said...

the link is not working is there any way to hear this?