Black Sabbath National Acrobat Cover

Black Sabbath to this day still has some of the heaviest riffs ever written.

Those driving bass lines and thumbing drum beats are sic. While the people I jam out with are all musicians none of us has actually spent a lot of time playing out.

Because of this we rarely ever play a cover song all the way through or even the way a song was originally created.

What we do is simply try and enjoy being in the moment with the music and just have fun. Continue reading

Using Logic Pro X and Public Domain Footage To Create Music Videos For Sci Fi

I started learning how to use Logic Pro X a few years ago. The first thing I noticed is how advanced music production has become as well as affordable. When I was in my late teens early 20’s we use to rent time in a music studio to put together a demo songs. First it cost a lot to get studio time back in the day.

Fast forward today anyone with a DAW and a little know how can produce some great sounding music. Not just only that, today’s musicians have many more options in learning how to become experts in their chosen instrument.

…With That Said,

I always wanted to write sound tracks to movies ever since I was a little boy. Being a creative person, I searched the public domain for footage and to my surprise I quickly found 2 types of content.

I found content on the old Sci Fi movies from the 50’s and I found content on Aliens and UFO’s. Being excited, I started using my midi keyboard and working on sound tracks on Logic Pro X. Continue reading

Project Milk Syphon

Whatever Happened To Winamp?

If you are like me you have wondered what ever happened to Winamp? Almost 2 decades ago there was this little app. I remember really zoning out to it’s built in visualizers.  So Winamp (Windows Advanced Multimedia Products) was released April 21, 1997. Back in the 90’s listening to music on a computer was very new.

In fact I remember clearly downloading songs from Napster (Remember that program?) and playing them on Winamp. It was the good ole days of the internet.

Old School Winamp

Where Did Winamp Go?

From what I understand AOL bought the company that created Winamp (Nullsoft) for 80 million dollars. AOL didn’t actually have a grasp on what to do with Winamp or they simply didn’t think it was that big of a deal. Shortly after Apple Ipods started to dominate the scene and the rest if you will is history. Continue reading