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Here's a new song I wrote in Reason 8. The visuals come from Electric Sheep, a real-time, collaborative abstract artwork created by thousands of people all over the world, on either PC, Mac, Android, or iPad. When their computers "sleep", the Electric Sheep comes on and the computers communicate with each other by the internet to share the work of creating morphing abstract animations known as "sheep".
Visit their site @ http://electricsheep.org/
This song is kind of an abstract representation of the emotions I feel surrounding my life at this particular point in time. I suppose that's what a lot of music is in it's most basic form: an expression of the current state of things. Ever since I began writing songs, I became somewhat obsessed with the idea of "capturing the moment" when recording music. That is why to this day I don't do all that much editing to my songs once the initial idea is there. I feel that maybe there is something special about how a recording sounds in the first few takes, perhaps before you "figure out" what you're doing in a sense. That's pretty much why I chose the name Memory Collector. In life and in music, I cherish memory. Maybe a little too much sometimes, but I can't help it. I can never seem to forget much of anything, except where I put the remote.