I’m really proud of this, despite the fact that half of it was mixed at, like, one in the morning. I’m really experimenting with new things in the spoken word department, and that’s a really good feeling. If you’re a text kind of person, you can read the original poem here, and I should be releasing a video pretty soon in the future, hopefully this Wednesday or so. 🙂
“Она Ангел, Мама, Она Ангел!” is by Kosta T. It is found here, and used according to this license. It has been edited by me.
“film camera #1.aiff” is by mwmarsh. It is found here, and used according to this license. (Which is outdated, so I believe I have used it correctly, but given it is outdated, idk how that affects things–if you’re the owner of this file and want it offline, feel free to email me via my contact form and let me know, and it’ll be down ASAP.)
“Old Tape With Guitar And Warped Talking .wav” is by constructabeat of freesound.org. It is found hereand used according to this license. It has been edited by me.
And the rest is under public domain! Yay! I hope you’re all doing as well as you can during these times, and I’m sending all my love your way.
This makes me so nostalgic and sentimental, I spent a really long time working on it–and I’m really hoping all that love and care paid off. Also, I’m working for an extra-special video for this one, so stay tuned for that, and I’ll let you guys know when it’s out!
I got a new audio editor! A fancy cool one with like fifty different options for reverb and distortion effects, aka basically my ideal program for working in. (If you’re interested, this was mixed with Adobe Audition and recorded with a Blue Yeti microphone, lol.) Anyhow, my single goal with these piece was to make, like, an angsty retro opera vibe at a theatre where someone was probably murdered, and with some added angst–and hopefully I got that right! You can read the text version here if you want 🙂