My primary instruments are the bass clarinet, tenor saxophone, and bass guitar. In high school, I received a I rating on my MSHSAA State Bass Clarinet Solo three out of four years. In college, I played tenor saxophone in Drury's Jazz Ensemble I, II, and Combo, and bass clarinet in Drury's Wind Symphony and Wind Quintet. More recently, I've started participating in virtual ensembles.
I've been composing little songs here and there since I was 11. I started out with a little program known as OpenMPT, the open source version of 1996's MODPlug Tracker. None of them were particularly good, but that's half the fun. My current long-time project is a clarinet quartet arrangement of Arthur Farwell's Dawn, Op. 12.
Minimal long loop test of a VST mimicking the Vox Continental.
First time trying FL Studio as well.
Composed by the great Jon Holland. Made this when I was 15, decided to keep it simple.
Made with (if I recall) a free VST mimicking the sound of the old Davolisint synthesizers. Got a few patterns in before I realized it would be better suited to different instrumentation.
Off the cuff playing I was recording at the time. Found a cool pad, it needed cool chords.
The cool new genre all the kids are listening to. Take a song, cut small excerpts from it, slow it down, add compression, and bam.
Hip hop remix sampled from Tom Dissevelt's Syncopation.
Unfinished arrangement of a Curtis Fuller tune (Made in MuseScore).
Unfinished arrangement of a Claude Larson tune (Made in MuseScore).
Unfinished bass clarinet quartet.
Made for Global Game Jam 2018.
Testing dissonance resolutions and slanted beats.
When I heard the "Craft Research Center" theme from Keitai Denju Telefang, on the Game Boy Color, I started hearing this version in my head, since the original was so empty sounding. This is probably what it would sound like if they had just three more channels to work with on the good old Sharp LR35902.