Posted on August 1, 2009 Posted by John Scalzi 4 Comments
For those of you who are fans of the music I put together, or might like to be, because hey, why not, I went in and put audio streaming tabs into the pages for Music For Headphones, my electronica album, and for “Saturn Speaks,” the piece I put together using sounds of that planet taken from the Cassini mission. Now all you have to do to listen is click on the buttons on the entires, and the track will start streaming. In each case I’ve also left a direct link to the file, so you can download if you like.
Here are the links:
It’s been rather a while since I’ve made any new music, alas, but it’s something I’ve been thinking on when I have a bit more time, or alternately become so stinkin’ rich that I don’t need to worry about making money anymore. We’ll have to see. In the meantime, enjoy.
It goes to eleven! Wait, no, twelve!
I like the higher bit-depth on the re-released tracks . . . any chance of getting high resolution FLAC tracks?
And I’m not sure why but Saturn Speaks really resonates with me. Awesome stuff.
I’d have to dig up my audio program for that. It might be a while.
As you know I muchly enjoyed Why Don’t You Love Me….
Thanks, always thinking of us Plebeians.