Welcome to QWAYZEE's rant corner, a place where I share my venture into the world of experimental electronic music. Perhaps you'll find some of my posts interesting, perhaps you won't, in any case comments are always welcomed.

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Speaker For The Dead: IDM Track

August 18, 2010 Leave a comment

Through The Glass EP Cover Artwork

Through The Glass EP Cover Artwork


Opus that started it all – a first comer in the Synthetic Memories album, minimalistic – yet with the full depth of a murky ambiance, taking a glimpse at the unknown world.

Inspired by Orson Scott Card’s legendary novel: “Speaker For the Dead”.

Give it a listen, and once again – comments, criticism are always welcome.

Qwayzeee,
Asymmetric Noise Syndrome

Lost: New IDM Track

August 9, 2010 Leave a comment
Through The Glass EP Cover Artwork

Through The Glass EP Cover Artwork

Here is yet another one of my latest productions – a blend of experimental electronica, glitch, ambient and some drum and bass.

 

Give it a listen, and once again – comments, criticism are always welcome.

Qwayzeee,
Asymmetric Noise Syndrome

Through the Glass: New IDM Track

August 6, 2010 Leave a comment
Through The Glass EP Cover Artwork

Through The Glass EP Cover Artwork

Here is my latest opus – a symbiosis of experimental sounds, IDM, glitch, chill, some technoid and perhaps with the touch of illbient.

 

Inspiration is drown from everything that we see, interact and feel for – through a transparent barrier, whether it’s a screen, glass or even our own reflection in the mirror, which acts as a divider between our own reality and that of which we have no direct physical connection to.

Give it a listen, and drop a line of comment, even if it’s nothing short of a criticism.

Qwayzeee,
Asymmetric Noise Syndrome

TonePad Make Music

March 15, 2010 Leave a comment

Screenshot of TonePad for iPhone

Got this little app for my iPhone, few weeks ago and upon trying it out – instantly realized its full potential. Just plug a stereo cable from iPhone’s headphone jack into DAW and you get this funky little 8-bit synth. Read more…

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