How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


I've been playing with GarageBand a great deal- the software core of the portable recording studio I'm putting together. I've put together a few tracks of varying quality, but I'm putting out my first self-published single (ie. I made something that sounds pretty good).

I'm waiting for the conversion to mp3 to finish before I point you to it, I'm just gonna go ahead and say this one is in the Public Domain. Do whatever you want with it, and if you put it in a movie and make a gazillion dollars, I'll feel pretty damn cool, but won't be entitled to a cent. But man, I wouldn't mind a little credit beeotch.

At any rate, I present:
t3knomanser - Movement A (AAC | MP3)

EDIT: I just rearranged the links, so if you were trying to download at about 2:38, you'll have to refresh this page (which you just did if you're seeing this message!) I'm deluding myself into thinking that a large group of people are actually downloading this, and it actually matters when I rearrange the links.

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