leitmotiv is pinkie's smile smile smile. Pretty based, innit?
I will upload new stuff weekly. Hopefully the full project will be finished this august.
>>345127>Quality shitposting has come.
Indeed, pretty noice rus-anon.
Interesting idea, good luck.>>345140
No. A FNF fan made a mod inspired by the album, but the album was a meme before then.
I been enjoying death dream for a while as well as alternative music that sounds more like ???? than what music is "supposed" to be.
It's pretty sad that of all weird music, everywhere at the end of time is the one that got famous, with soyboys breaking their jaws claiming "THIS SONG DESTROYED ME" when in reality the whole thing is not exceptional at all, it's simply using an old theme, like many other songs telling a story from the PoV.
It's not like the album suddenly got people interested in music like this, that tells a story from a point of view with cryptic messages and little to no words, incorporating noise into the music as if it was yet another instrument.
It just became a maymay.
Sometimes, introducing weird music to someone, like some of the songs featured at geometrical lullaby, for example (https://geometriclullaby.bandcamp.com/)
sometimes people simply tell you "Lol i'm not into dementia music">>345127
In any ways, seems like a lot of work anon, you can have my old pony music folder if it helps.https://anonfiles.com/35C6U8i2y0/Mlp_rar
It's amazing what reverb and distortion can do to pony music.
Amazing. I usually have to go through the whole ordeal of downloading songs from different sites. This surely simplifies things.
My pc is outdated to support this shit. Can you upload it to mutty horse?
Caretaker stuff makes me depressed as fuck. I'm afraid to listen to this.
Best of luck fren! I quite liked the original but be warned it was a ton of work and the guy behind the Caretaker Project stopped doing this sort of stuff when he was finished with Everywhere at the End of Time.>>345145
Interesting music recommendations. I would say these are closer to Vaporwave, though some definitely do share strong resemblances to EATEOT
I lost my sense of direction and accidently made dubstep. It happends.
Stage 2 features a gradual shift from "loud and coherent" to "fluid and uncomfortably calm". And those detuned horns and flute at the end - perfection.
Don't worry, folks. Stage 1 won't consist of only 2 tracks. I'm making memories out of order instead of building up to it. It is just how I prefer my workflow to be.
Also, is it ok to upload wav files? I don't want you to hear compressed mp3s but wavs have a size of ten mp3s so I dunno.
AAC is a good slightly-lossy compression algorithm. Much preferred over MP3.
FLAC if you want audio nerd points lossless
Just use AAC. its gud.
Stage 3 is the most interesting part of dementia cos familiar will begin to sound unfamiliar, all that. I'm still experimenting with stage 3 to check if it lands just the right way.
Can you guess the name of the song here? Feel free to experiment with it in audacity to get clues.
I've uploaded aac this time but the file name reads "8640....56.mp3" for some reason. So I just wen't through the whole ordeal just to get the same result? Cool
The file is not changed in any way after uploaded. The extension is chosen based on reading the fileheader of the file. Like if you upload an PNG file that has the extension JPG, that file will be renamed to PNG on the server but nothing is changed in the file (except removing any exif data if present).
I see, thx for clarifying
Did some additional checking. AAC shares the first bytes of MP3 file signature (reason for it being detected as MP3) but it has additional bytes that is specific for AAC. In MP3 these bytes are unspecified but part of header so can be 0-F, and in AAC these are set to a specific value.
I will look into adding AAC file format detection. But before adding AAC file format detection I would need to check the files on server and update them to reflect that they are AAC files.
AAC files should now properly be detected and reflected in the file extension of file on server. I kept current files as MP3 except yours that I updated on the server manually - it is now downloadable as both mp3 and aac extension.
this is what brain on ponies sounds like
probably the last of stage 1
>>345620>this is what brain on ponies sounds like
You need an ear plus brain transplants fren.
Stage 2 - the theme is there exactly the way you've left it but the chords are anything but.
stage 3 speaks for itself, nothing to add here
Hey, do you have any song suggestions of your own? I can use some help from the humble mlpol folk.
Also, should I use songs from eqg if nothing else comes abroad? Or it would be not within the theme?
Have you done gypsy bard yet?
Listen to this in its uncompressed glory. This is so ubearable my head actually hurts from hearing this. This is months of work. I think this one's the one to start stage 3.
B1 - A remedy is knowing one's weaknessess
B2 - The insults are only human
B3 - Sick in its own right
B4 - There are far worse types out there
B5 - Left to oneself
C1 - Gradations of sad horse
C2 - Sixth fold of neigh
C3 - hearing voices call and gossip
D5 -last deep breaths of hopeless stalling
E1 - Galloping to the pits of hell itself
E3 - Pony in the head grows larger
F2 - Birds in a hoof
F3 - Speedy bloom
F3 - Hearing wind where words were
F4 - The ticket of one that ends
Post equine confusions
Can you tell what is sung here? Even I can't.
I agree. Some tracks were badly recorded so I won't be using all of them in the final.
It's amazing to think that even the broken memories have their own sense of mood. Some get cranky and some may even get hysterious. But they must never sound boring or "too complex to get". I'm glad I've decided to work on my approach this weekend.
The order is also important. Playing >>345514
after this would give a sense of longing for something already forgotten. Maybe even a meaningless hope that not everything will be lost. It just hs to show, music helps to start a conversation on levels that visual art can't.
I'm probably devoting myself too imprudently on a shitpost but I guess that's just the natural law to this universe - the one who works hard for giggles laughs alone in the end.
But, I mean, It must be funny at least in retrospective because I'm making an immersive 6 hour long psyhological trauma out of children's songs about ponies.