I really dig this. Kinda chiptune stuff going on, mashed up with 80s-esque percussive sounds.
I'm new to your stuff -- how does Mathematica help you make tracks? I thought it was used for things like solving equations or graphing vector spaces.
I'm glad you liked this!
Mathematica has a "Play" command, which takes a function, usually a wave, as input and plays back the sound it corresponds to--for example, if you input Sin[440 2 Pi x], it will play back a sine wave at 440 Hz. Most of the base sounds I use for my electronic pieces come out of this procedure, but I arrange them in Tracktion.
This is definitely not what Mathematica is supposed to be used for, but it's flexible and I've learned a lot about the relationship between waveforms and sounds this way.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.