Download my soundtrack!

My first film score project has come and gone. In 3 weeks, I managed to compose 90+ minutes of music in 3 weeks. It was intense.

To celebrate, I’ve distilled the music into a 70-minute soundtrack album (entitled Afterpulse). You can download it for free:

The name of this movie cannot be stated, since this is an “unofficial” soundtrack. But I will drop some hints, so clever readers can figure it out:

  • The initials of the film are F.W.A.
  • If you view my IMDB profile, you’ll see a link to the film.
  • The director’s first film was called Shiner.

Enjoy!


FAQ.

Q. Is this legal?

A. Probably. This is not an “official” soundtrack. The film company owns the versions used in the movie. So I remixed /rearranged each track (also to make the tracks more listenable, and “flow” better.)

Q. Why are you releasing this for free?

A. Because I like sharing my work. And I want exposure, because I’m a badass.

Q. What kind of music is it?

A. Techno vs. industrial vs. horror vs. ambient. Since I was on a 3-week timeline, the results are quite different from what I produce “normally.”

Q. What equipment did you use?

A.

  • Kurzweil 2500S
  • Dual 1.8ghz G5
  • Home-brewed software (C++, Perl) for generating melodies / textures / harmonies / creepy sounds / FFT weirdness
  • Pro Tools 6.7 & an MBox
  • 100+ gigabytes of samples, amassed over 15 years of my life
  • Circuit bending, with a drum machine, NES “Miracle” keyboard, and many other unfortunate devices
  • A lot of tea

Q. Can I download the tracks one at a time?

A. Sure, go here: http://freedeath.org/audio/Afterpulse/.


Update 2007 April 1 : Now there is CD artwork!! These files are in TIFF format.

To come: some bonus tracks! Woo hoo. I’m really tired.

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