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Funeral March for Queen Mary

This is an orchestration of Henry Purcell's Funeral March for Queen Mary for acoustic guitar in drop D tuning. There are four layered parts.

1:00 minutes (942.49 KB)

Limelight Kryptonite Intro

dark industrial guitar rock type thingy

1:32 minutes (3.51 MB)

One Note

My cheapy acoustic guitar over droney electric

1:41 minutes (1.94 MB)

Melodius and the Soulforge: Full Harp Intro Demo

Arpeggiator? Nope, its all manual. Vocal distortion? Nope, but my voice hurts now. Awesome? Indeed! Update: fixed the guitar intro part.

2:03 minutes (1.89 MB)

This audio is based on the following rifflet(s): 
Melodius and the Soulforge: Harp Intro (fuller demo)

Hello, Kitty!

This is a song about swimming.

4:29 minutes (10.27 MB)

4-bar quiet and loud samples

Some more 4-bar samples, quiet and loud parts for use in metal opera.

1:28 minutes (1.35 MB)

rock disco

rock disco

2:40 minutes (3.05 MB)


1:43 minutes (1.98 MB)

MATSF Act 4: piano lead samples

Here are two brief samples of another new piano lead with slightly different phrasing.

1:04 minutes (1002.49 KB)


Just recorded a quick idea

2:23 minutes (2.74 MB)

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