One more song before I'll release some new coding stuff, probably even two! So, some pretty interesting stuff coming soonish.
This is a remix of a Half-Life 2 song CP Violation with small reference to the Sector Sweep song from Half-Life 2: Episode 2. Check it out: CP Violation remix
Renders from my videos now available!
I'm now releasing something that I could have released way earlier but better late than never. Maximum quality renders from pretty much all of my videos are now available to download. At the moment there are 206 new images, all of which are direct OpenGL renders that haven't been compressed with a lossy method at any point. Perhaps you can find your next desktop background there!
New music in a very fast pace!
So, as I kind of promised, I am releasing a new song rather quickly after my previous release. The song is another melodic drum and bass song but this time created in Renoise instead of OpenMPT like my previous songs. Check it out: Perpetual
New music after more than one year!
So, after more than a whole year I release a new song! It is somewhat glitchy melodic drum and bass that uses the Mixolydian scale, so rather interesting stuff there. I think I might be able to release my next songs a bit faster than this one, but in the meanwhile, check this one out: Disruptor Void
New music once a year it seems
So it seems like I can release some new music once a year and for this new piece I actually made two different versions as I thought I could make another better version of the song. You can check out the new songs right here: Bright Io and Dark Io
3D WebGL demo
I am again releasing yet another experimental program. It is a rather simple 3D WebGL demo featuring a somewhat complex rotating object. The best thing is that it runs right on your web browser so you have no reason not to check it out right here. The program is also available on GitHub.
All RGB image generator
I'm releasing a new experimental program called the all RGB image generator. The idea is to generate images in which each pixel has a unique color while also using as wide variety of RGB colors as possible.