||5th of September, 2005
||14th of December, 2002
My first attempt at a goa trance track.
Some good themes, but at its 4 and a half minutes, it's
By the way, Anto is Quenya for
"mouth". Not that this module has anything Elvish
or Tolkienian about it, it's just a word that I drew out of
thin air when I named the file at the first save, and that
name, as they say, stuck.
Pay special attention to instrument 09. It's the only instrument I've spent
more than 30 minutes tweaking, and I'm very happy with the result.
||Ta ikke alt så tungt
||21st of December, 2001
||The bass pattern and rhythm of this tune suddenly came
to me one evening in late November while I was studying for
an exam in statistics. My computer was
on, so I opened FastTracker II and jotted it down in case I
forgot it. The following few evenings I was still cramming
for the same exam, so of course I just had to fill in a
melody line. This is the result. Hope you like it.
||23rd of February, 2001
||A short chipmod which almost exclusively uses
looped waveforms that I've drawn by hand.
||En enkel melodi
||2nd of July, 2000
||Childish or childlike? Judge for yourself, but it's
corny, at least.
||The Pumaleif Rave
||2nd of July, 2000
||A remix of The Pumaleif Jam (original by Kim Freddy Mørk). My
entry in the music compo at Midsummerlink 2000.
||31st of October, 1999
||A very short chipmod, trying to convey the
mood of walking aimlessly through shops.
||Ode til Fred Tore
||24th of September, 1999
||An ode to Fred Tore "Børre" Fagereng. Not really
much "musical quality", it's more of an experiment, in which I try to
make a song with my mouth only.
||Life in the valley
||10th of September, 1999
||Not sure what style this is, maybe somewhere in
between film music, progressive rock, and pop. (Or maybe not.)
||21st of August, 1999
||Feeble attempt at techno-pop. (But less feeble than Ove har en liten mop.)
||Strange and minimalistic. With an experimental
drumbeat and some electronic noises.
||Ove har en liten mop
||Parody of the folk song "Ole har en liten bil". Feeble
attempt at techno-pop. The melody line was punched in by me
Sigurd Hansen. Drumbeat by
Sigurd. Synth bass, grunting and other animal sounds by me (except the
sheep, which are ripped from the Polish module "Party Sux"). Vocals by
||This tune is beyond description.
||The Tune of the Boar. Mostly samples from my Casio
SA-1, supplemented by vocals by my uncle, Arne Johan Jacobsen (used
||The first module I ever released. Sad, dissonant
rockish tune. Made in the last week of my summer holiday. All of the
instruments are ripped.
||Happy-hardcore inspired tune made for fun. Most of
the samples are from my Casio synth.
||My MIDI rendering of the unofficial anthem of
song is meant to be sung in unison, so there is only
one voice. Here are the lyrics.
||A lively Musinum piece based mainly on the number 13.
||A slow, dark Musinum composition which reminds of those
chilly days in March when the roads are covered with slowly
||A silly tune I made in Roland Doremix during one of
my first classes in M&D.
||This one could have become a decent fugue if I had
worked a lot more on it. Made in Musicator during class.
||This is the result of an assignment in M&D where we
were to compose a short melody line in A minor and harmonize it.
||A tune I sequenced in Cubase during class.