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If you weren’t alive then, you probably think the 70s were all disco, punk rock and variety shows. No, it really was predominately psuedoscience on subjects such as U.F.O.s, past lives and E.S.P. Self-help was especially popular and the claptrap of biorhythms falls into that. In this mock-science that can only aspire to such dreck as astrology, your birth date supposedly determines how waves of your mental, physical and emotional health can be charted for any time in your life. I am actually quite glad this was on a cart for the Astrocade, as it puts the console into a very specific timeframe.
Cyberpunk Digital Inspiration is an album made entirely of synth waveforms and rompler sound clips, crashed together in patterns that hopefully inspire others to create. Each track is accompanied by an image and a writing prompt.
As a classically trained musician, I’d never done much with synthesizers before. While writing a cyberpunk themed serial, Incorporated, that I intended to podcast, I decided to write a soundtrack to go with it. But to do that, I had to learn something new. Every other instrument I’d ever used had strings or tubes to create sound. Now I’m making sound with a MIDI keyboard and software. So I started writing cyberpunk themed music in a simple synth program, and started putting them up online.
Digital Inspirations is made of the first thirty synth and rompler tracks that I made while developing the style and digital instrument set for the soundtrack to Incorporated. I hope they will inspire others to create sci-fi and cyberpunk worlds and settings, just as they’ve done for me while I’ve been working on them. They were created with a combination of skills learned in analog instruments, and entirely digital or synthesized waveforms combined by software. Nature and technology, man and machine, working together to create something new.
What genre is it? Damned if I know. There’s a bit of synth and retro wave influence, just because I grew up in the 80s. There’s a bit of jazz and orchestral influence, because I’ve been in orchestras and small ensembles. For now, I’m just calling this a cyberpunk soundtrack, and leaving it at that.
If you want to download the full album, I put it online at http://chickenscratching.bandcamp.com/album/cyberpunk-digital-inspiration
1:// Last Job
2:// City Streets
3:// Network Key
4:// Greater Forces
5:// Can Digital Analog?
10:// Sometimes you lose
11:// Watch your back
12:// I’ll watch your back
13:// Gentle Intrusion
14:// Cat and Mouse
15:// Momentary freedom
16:// Lonely nights
17:// Lost in translation
18:// Asphalt Jungle
19:// Smash and Grab
20:// You and Me and Everyone on the Web
21:// Subject Unknown
23:// Man in Machine
24:// The Place Where I was Made
26:// Lean on me
27:// Another day
28:// I believe
29:// A new place
30:// Goodbye to Everyone and Everything
Cyberpunk Digital Inspiration
Album and music by Hugh Sullivan
All rights reserved
All images (with the exception of the album cover) are just nifty cyberpunk-ish images I’ve found online, and I try to link to at least where I’ve found them. So they’re not mine to give permission to use. The original links to them can all be found with the original music posts at http://chickenscratchingdotcom.tumblr.com/tagged/writing-prompt
All writing prompts are free to use (of course. Otherwise there isn’t much use in sharing them), and all music is free for non-commercial use. (although I do love me some link-backs and attribution if you can.)
The song “Awake” by my 1st one man band “Spitting Distance”. Now this one is one of the heavier songs I have written for SD. Very chuggy and ugly sounding. “Downwind of the Dead” is my 2nd metal project, but it’s a LOT heavier stuff. If you’re looking for something a little more like that, go here:
Credits: Jesse Lemons – guitar and bass, Marc Coronado – drums, Melissa Lemons – photographer https://www.facebook.com/pages/MLemons-Photo-Project/518314728255061