I've been busy working a long-term album (Piecemeal), which I'm writing piece by piece. I also just completed an AMUC album for the 2012 RPM Challenge, entitled "The Kitchen Sink":
The created piece of Piecemeal can be found here. It's not that big of a piece yet, but it's slowly getting bigger:
The "Kitchen Sink" album can found here. The entire album was done in a single month, so it does have a couple rough spots. Overall, I like how it came out though:
I was also involved in a science fiction anthology entitled For
Baptism is a ten minute track that I recorded for the Dead In The Water album last year. I wasn't completely happy with the way it turned out. It seemed to drag a bit, so I set my sights on retooling the track.
It took me about six weeks, but this is the end result:
It's definitely a headphone sort of track -- any feedback is appreciated. It seems like I'm engaged in a never-ending battle to get the levels right.
I've noticed a significant number of browser exploits on DeviantArt since last January.
It's getting to the point where I fear coming here - you hit the wrong page, and one of those banner advertisements will try and install malware onto your machine.
It nearly got me - after visiting DA and getting a "Your Computer May Have Spyware" popup, it totally messed my browser, directing me to a page trying to sell me a mock spyware app regardless of what site I went.
Luckily a friend had Malware Bytes on a USB drive, and it was able to remove the damage.
However, after that, I won't even use Internet Explorer here anymore.
Even Safari isn't tot