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No Streetlight (Jamuary Day 12)

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Okay I don't know if it technically counts as a "song" but it has notes in it so I'm counting it anyway. I was out walking after the sun set and two things occurred to me: 1. It would be cool to make a song called "No Streetlight", and 2. I was running out of time to start today's Jamuary entry. Combine that with the fact that I needed to break my style up due to feeling some burnout, and you get this. Pretty interesting I hope.


And if anyone is wondering what any of this means I have no idea. Maybe it's cringe + generic + L + ratio + give me your social security number to make vague "horrory" stuff like this but I was really feeling the spooky vibe on this January 12th, so I don't really care. Any regret will have to be saved for after I wake up in the morning. Probably back to business as usual tomorrow though.


Siren sound is siren.wav by freesound user IFartInUrGeneralDirection


ps. originally i was going to have the vstspeek plugin say "we will all be free" but it pronounces "free" like "furry" which would have been hilarious

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wow i really like this, the contrast of the notes and the distorted glitchy stuff is neat especially as the distorted part gets more overpowering, also what is the stuff at the end?

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Uploaded
Jan 12, 2022
10:49 PM EST
Genre
Experimental
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Song
2.4 MB
1 min 4 sec
Software
  • Freesound
  • Vital
  • Live 10

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