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My music is the most important reason you should be here. Go listen to it! Let me know what you think of it (Email me at: email@example.com). And, if you're familiar with crypto-currencies (Bitcoin, Litecoin, Devcoin, Dogecoin, Infinitecoin, or Lottocoin), I will gladly accept a "tip" in any of those currencies. Just ask for the receive address of the currency you'd like to "tip" in. I also accept PayPal! If you like what you hear, feel free to "tip" me, to hear more of them, which I can Email to you. Suggested "tip" is $1.00 (or equivalent USD value, if using crypto-currency).
Oops! Ran outta site room, uploading all those music files! Looks like I can't upload any more (this is a FREE site, afterall) and, thus, what is here now, is all there will be. If you want to see that change, just contact me and we'll see if we can arrange something... ;-D
Gee... only a few months shy of THREE YEARS
transpired since my last update! How awesome is that? :-D
I'm adding a TON of my MIDI bits to the page (all in .MP3 format), so others can listen to them. I'll upload them as I have time, so check back every few days, to see if more have been added. I'd appreciate getting some feedback on what you think about them. Are there some you really like, some you don't, or others that just really fall short of the mark, in your opinion? Do the titles reflect the musical imagery sufficiently (as I let the music dictate the filename, in most cases)? Some filenames are just silly "placeholders", I gave the song, to save it quickly, but the names kinda "stuck" with me, so I've left them, as is.
As always, I can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lemongrass is an awesome grass! It's used in Thai cooking, it makes a great tea, and it's even reported to have potential anti-cancer properties, as well! Unfortunately, I'm not the only one "voraciously enamored" with this unique foliage...
If you came here previously and played some of the MIDIs I had here originally and couldn't appreciate them, because they didn't sound all that good, it's because MIDI playback is a very "sound bank" specific thing. My MIDIs only sound the way I intended them to sound, in MacOS X 10.3 (Panther), using QuickTime 7. Anything before/after that version of QuickTime on that version of MacOS X, doesn't sound right. And any other OS (Windows, Haiku, Ubuntu, etc.) can't play my MIDIs as they were intended to sound, because they don't use the same sound bank as QuickTime 7 for MacOS X 10.3 (Panther).
I compose all my MIDIs, using iPiano in MacOS X 10.3 (Panther).