Symphony of Noise

Symphony of Noise

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Electronic - Industrial | Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Total Song Plays: 17   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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This is a best-of compilation from former albums.

Point of Access


This album was mixed together in Sonic Foundry's Sound Forge. Fruity Loops was used for most of the programming unless otherwise mentioned.

Empty Bottles


This album was sequenced in Fruity Loops.

Cremation has a melody nod to The Day The World Went Away.


Orbital Decay


This album was created entirely with Fruity Loops.

Sleeping in a Sandbox was a remix I did for someone. I am sorry I do not remember...

The Death of it All


The original album title to this was The River of Piss. I got it to a rough draft of about 12 songs. I had spent several days listening to a burned...

Meant For Sleeping


I once worked in a production facility among various machines. It got to the point I couldn't sleep anymore. I just thought it was far too quiet...

Shades of Grey


tsernU and drawnI gnispalloC are Collapsing Inward and Unrest backwards. Nothing done differently but simply playing them in reverse. This was put on...



This album was pieced together of a number of tracks I had created which were sitting around. The final drive and inspiration was presented by...

Fourteen Days


This was a project where only two songs had remotely anything done when the deadline was only two weeks away. I was dead set to release something at...

Orbital Decay


Electronic - Industrial

This album was created entirely with Fruity Loops. Sleeping in a Sandbox was a remix I did for someone. I am sorry I do not remember who. I remember an amazing amount of alcohol was involved. That track has a recording from my original horrible guitar through, if I recall, an ancient stick mic placed strategically in front of my amp at the time. Destruction was an excersize in pushing my own boundaries. I wanted to see how long I could make the song with how much repetition before I couldn't feel right about pushing it any further. It was also designed as an outro for the type of person who has multiple albums lined up for going to sleep. Yes. Kind of intentionally trying to wake people up / surprise people. Mixing was done in Sony Sound Forge.

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