Posted by I0TA - April 18th, 2017
been experimenting with different ambient textures. mostly spend time making these strange and trippy texture that would be something mind bending for the listeners. realized i have made enough for a big track so i'll gonna stuff them in the project sometime tomorrow. you won't be disappointed.
also the name change is quite a play. i was desired for something like 'honorable liar', mactus mendax. but i then realize no liar is ever honorable, so by accident i found the feminent 'macta', meaning guilty. so, 'guilty liar', haha. a completely random name.
Posted by I0TA - April 13th, 2017
2 albums im working on. originally Indoctrination Industry was intended to be a full album, however im gonna have to reduce it to an EP. which comes to the next album, Steal This Music. STM will be a fully free album, Creative Commons Public Domain Mark 1.0. And no you don't need permission to use them! Will be released via MEGA and preview on Internet Archive. What's the content of STM? Everything I ever composed, from the begin of time to now, plus remastered and alternative versions. 20 more new tracks will be added.
What does this mean? From now on, all high quality music composed by me will be open to everyone. I will not, and refuse to make a single dollar from my music. Ground Zero was released with $7 bucks because their money go directly to YukinaOfficial, who's in need and in difficult time. But Ground Zero will be included in STM mega album.
I hope I can set model for musicians and artists to open their music. And to prove the point that free music with best quality of production, is possible. I'm not the first to do this, but I will be the first to go beyond the boundary of attribution. Nameless music doesn't mean it's bad.
Oh and Happy Easter!
edit. wanna save the 1 in a million chances top of the week.
Posted by I0TA - April 12th, 2017
and they gets virus on their computer. Teach a person to warez and they are free for the rest of their life.
To this day I don't believe not a single person I met on the Internet who doesn't pirate. Whether it was something small like image or music, to something huge, like music software or TV show. We are all in it, and you have nothing to fear about this.
The total shit I have pirated in my life probably enough for me to buy a decent detached house and a Lambo.
Or you can say, shit I st0le. Sue me, bae.
So here is the motivation video:
edit, no piracy without Razor1911 shit. long live the scene.
how about some ASSiGN and R2R. Japanese have the best warez groups,
Fairlight. Did you know brokep (Peter Sunde) was originated from the scene?
did you also know that one of Two Steps From Hell, also from the scene? wait, mindfucked.
that's all, folks.
Posted by I0TA - April 9th, 2017
I apologize for all the shitposts from me. :D time for serious stuff. I have been thinking about this idea for a while. What if I combine downtempo or ambient IDM with epic trailer genre? Faith in Freedom was a great success with similar attempt, but I really want to push it further. Massive orchestra with ambient beats. To be frank, I wasn't the first one to work with cinematic IDM style, as grand pioneers of this genre are Solar Fields, Tineidae and Max Million. Examples:
Stay tuned! :)
Posted by I0TA - April 5th, 2017
about the https post yesterday, well i accidentally deleted it while editing and there was no roll back. so here is a new interesting tutorial that have more uses for average NGer than the last post!
The topic today is how to create Youtube playlists without any Youtube account. I was lurking on /r/privacy and somebody posted this.
click use list of videos, after you pasted your desirable youtube URLs and copy that link below
example of the playlist from videos linked in the picture above. (keep this link! the redirected temporary link will be deleted by youtube after awhile)
or encoded URL:
Posted by I0TA - April 2nd, 2017
Ground Zero consists of 20 tracks + 2 bonuses. The difference between NG and released versions, is that the latter has been uncompressed and remastered to leave rooms for people to mix their sound in. That's correct! All tracks are released under Creative Common Attribution 3.0.
Please support this album!
Upcoming charity album is an ultra epic collection of trailer-quality tracks, all sales will go toward Red Cross and Médecins Sans Frontières, firmly divided between the two.