Thursday, May 29, 2008
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Here is one of the promised new songs... just a demo though. With a very pretentious name.
This is actually going to be a song in the new live set I'm working on... the exact details of which are currently secret. Let's just say it's not your standard singer/songwriter arrangement...
you will overcome demo
What does that guitar solo sound like? Is it the guitar solo from Norwegian Wood? Whatever it is it cracks me up - I had to change up the arrangement and add that solo for this version of the song. Hilarious.
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
There's a nice little mention of LOP on a cool coding-related blog called The Caffeine Coder. Visit it here; it's the May 9th post. Many thanks to Shaun, who found out about me via Audiosurf. He also has some killer photography at a different page here.
I am retarded when it comes to facebook. Apparently my personal page and the Lost on Purpose page are different... I didn't really want a personal page at all. Seems you can't 'friend' a band, you can only become a 'fan' of one. Page is here.
Friday, May 9, 2008
Today LOP is supposed to be featured on Audiosurf Radio. Pretty excited about that. If you've got a spare $10 bill lying around you should pick up the game, it's great. I know, I've played a LOT of video games in my day...
Of course, I'm a moron, because in my last post I made it sound like you couldn't play the LOP tracks in the game until today. The beauty of the game is that you can play any song at any time - you just need the mp3 or wav or whatever. Today is just the day that LOP will go up on the Radio station (which you see when you launch the game).
Just get the game. Much fun will ensue.
**Update** Click HERE to read the blurb that appears in-game.
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
Super cool news - Lost on Purpose is going to be featured in the video game Audiosurf. It's a big seller on Steam (Valve's digital distribution framework... Valve is the maker of Half-Life... if you don't know what Half-Life is then you're clearly not a video game fan). Anyhow, this is really cool, the game analyzes songs and procedurally generates each level based on the music's dynamics.
You can check out the homepage here. The game is only $10.
Here is a video of the game being played to Blur's Song 2. On Friday you'll be able to play Ohio 2.