Happy Labor Day

Image showing man lighting cigarette with blowtorch with text Happy Labor Day Keep it real…

I hope you have a very happy and relaxing Labor Day!

The image is from "Blue Collar (1978)" found at http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/blue-collar/ with the music also available at https://youtu.be/aU4OjJPtNa0

Enjoy!

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99 Problems but Feeling Isn't One

Meme downloaded from Twitter joking about POTUS criminality

Robots, in the old fashioned, literary, sense are like hydrogen-fueled cars: availability is always twenty-five years around the corner, while the technology is right here.

Wake Up

A picture of a dog wearing sunglasses thinks "Wake Up"

Created in GarageBand—in fact, I finished just last night—this free music will rock you out of bed now that it's time for "back to school!"

Hail Anhedonia

Image of song file for "Hail Anhedonia"—electronic ambient soundscapes infused with artificial nature

I have to thank Dorothy Gambrell at http://catandgirl.com for the inspiration of the title. "Hail Anhedonia" was composed, recorded and mastered in GarageBand as an electronic ambient soundscape infused with artificial nature.

More free sounds for you!

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Image showing YouTube interface used as background for song titled "Give Goodness"

I just completed the most epic piece of music I've ever written. Using an ancient form, the passacaglia, contrapuntal techniques and massive organ and choir banks in GarageBand, EDM REQUIEM puts the FUNK in missa pro defunctis!

Fork it

illustration of fleur du mal as cover for Fork it

Here's something I think you'll really like!

Free Music at Patreon

Episode 29 Audio: A Change is Coming

Welcome to the twenty-ninth episode of Self Help for Robots: A Change is Coming
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Higher Power

Icon for song "Higher Power" by C.J. Pitchford from EDM REQUIEM II

Used here by permission, of course, from Chris Pitchford Publishing, LTD, this is "Higher Power" from EDM REQUIEM II.

After a couple false starts, the organ was recorded in a single take. Enjoy!

Synchronicity

This article appeared on Slashdot at the same time I recorded the last podcast episode!

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