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Miscellaneous compositions

These are assorted songs that don't fit into a particular project, but that I feel are good enough to share anyway.

Remnant of the Universal Veil - probably the thing I'm most proud of, at least until I finish the Untitled Fantasy Album. I came across the title and figured it should be a psychedelic space-rock sort of thing, and things just kind of went from there. (Also partly an attempt to recapture the feel of the demo song on a chintzy old keyboard - Casio, I think? - that my aunt and uncle used to have, and that I wish I had gotten from them.) For bandwidth reasons, the above link is a 160kpbs MP3 file; you can get it in 256kpbs MP3 or FLAC format at

(Addendum: I finally, finally rediscovered the song that inspired this: it's the demo song from a Yamaha PSR-48. And I finally have one again!)

7/4 - A song from Radish Sabre, all nice and arranged. Guess the time signature! It's pretty damn good, if I do say so myself.

Radish Sabre - Another song from Radish Sabre, the title theme, arranged as a demo track for my Roland JX-10. Turned out pretty good.

Armageddon Practice - A song written as a demo track for my Korg MS-20 Mini. Recording a whole song with a single monophonic synthesizer was an interesting experience, even considering that all the music was sequenced. Gives me a new respect for Switched-On Bach and Oxygene, lemme tell ya.

Thunderstorm - A demo track for my Korg DW-8000, which I did for the VSE hybrid synthesizer compo. This turned out incredibly well for something that I didn't think was going to be any good at all when I started it.

C64 fantasy shooter soundtrack

This project never really got off the ground, but I did do most of the soundtrack for it. Maybe I'll pick it up again at some point, but until then, here it is.

NES compositions

Random songs I put together in NerdTracker 2.

Songs from the aborted Starless project:

Songs from an aborted Pitfall! soundtrack:

MOD compositions

Most of these are for MegaZeux games I wrote, some are just for fun. (Many use the common-in-MZX trick of storing multiple songs in one file, so you may need a player that handles that.)

From the DOZ Summer 2005 entry - FINAL FRONTIER

From Castle of Zokor: