Posts Tagged ‘piano’

Symphonia Robotica, Part 4

March 29, 2010

Here is the fourth movement. This composition began as my cover of Miles Davis’ “Great Expectations,” but it quickly developed into something entirely different.

“Symphonia Robotica, Part 4″ (3:43, MP3, 8.5 MB)


Bach’s Well-Tempered Klavier Prelude #1, with deconstruction

April 1, 2009

“Bach’s Well-Tempered Klavier Prelude #1, with deconstruction” (MP3 8.8MB)

Deconstructing Prelude #2

February 10, 2009


Dmitri Shostakovich, Vladimir Ashkenazy, and my bit crusher:

Deconstructing Prelude #2 (0:59, 2.2MB)

New Music

February 1, 2009

M. Ramirez arrived at my house with an Edirol R-09, and recorded Jon and me playing some licks.  I chopped the session into tracks; my favorite is the final track (#6).  You can download the session here:

The Mike Ramirez Sessions, 01.2009:

  1. Yoga: tuning and warmup (4:08, 3.8 MB)
  2. Five Taken (6:14, 5.7 MB)
  3. Blues Interlude (1:18, 1.2 MB)
  4. Jon’s Song (3:03, 2.8 MB)
  5. Seas Too Far To Reach (an Okkervil River cover) (3:29, 3.2 MB)
  6. B Minor (7:36, 7.0 MB)

Piano: Victor Hanson-Smith
Violin: Jon Lidbeck
Vocals: Victor Hanson-Smith and Jon Lidbeck

new music

November 27, 2008

Here are two tracks I recorded with GarageBand. The first track is a multi-track project, with some mixed-in ambient sounds I captured at a festival in Oregon.

“The Reflection of June” (MP3, 4.5 MB)

“Piano Improvisation on November 8th, 2008″ (MP3, 21 MB)


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