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Started by DJ Omnimaga, December 02, 2014, 01:36:19 am

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So I just did a countdown and here are how many songs I made per year since 2002, only including my own work:

2002: 11
2003: 17
2004: 2
2005: 0
2006: 1
2007: 26
2008: 37
2009: 7
2010: 1
2011: 16
2012: 23
2013: 5
2014: 7
2015: 2
2016: 2
2017: 2

If I only include covers, remixes and mashups of other people's songs (nightcore doesn't count), here are the stats:
2002: 1
2003: 6
2004: 0
2005: 0
2006: 1
2007: 5
2008: 3
2009: 7
2010: 1
2011: 3
2012: 0
2013: 0
2014: 1
2015: 0
2016: 1
2017: 0

And combined together, here they are:
2002: 12
2003: 23
2004: 2
2005: 0
2006: 2
2007: 31
2008: 40
2009: 14
2010: 2
2011: 19
2012: 23
2013: 5
2014: 8
2015: 2
2016: 3
2017: 2

The above stats includes unfinished songs for a total of 177 songs.

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This is old, but for now this content is available on Youtube:

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Bump: I updated the first topic post because it was missing both of my two latest releases. >.<

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@aeTIos wanted me to re-upload some of the cassette recordings of my older songs (most were recomposed note by note from scratch, with the remaining cassette-only tracks being put on Illegal Music Chemistry). I don't have any copy around that is not remastered and I'm too lazy to re-record the cassettes again, but here are some of the remastered cassette rips to hear the difference :P

Other World:
S.O.S Hardcore:
Star Knight:

The following was never recomposed from scratch, but it's heavily based on Techno Strike, and was used as a cover of Snap! - Rhythm is a Dancer, so it gives an idea of what Techno Strike sounded like on tape:

You'll notice that Other World has an extra wind sweep effect near the end. It was left out from the recomposed HQ version by accident. I actually prefer how the tape version sounds like because it sounds harder due to the low sound quality/eq-ing :P

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I kinda ran out of ideas a while ago for new songs and remixes, but I still did this intro to what could eventually be Chrono Breaks and Moon Knight combined together (maybe the 2017 remix of Chrono Breaks incorporating elements from 2003 songs rather than just the 2002 song?)

I dunno what else to do with it for now, though.


That's a really good tune @xlibman although I would like it if it were more a freeform mix (ie. a 4/4 kick pattern) instead of drum n bass. Nice though  :thumbsup:

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Quote from: kotu on August 07, 2017, 10:22:41 pm
That's a really good tune @xlibman although I would like it if it were more a freeform mix (ie. a 4/4 kick pattern) instead of drum n bass. Nice though  :thumbsup:
The drum and bass style part is only during the intro and quieter parts. Kinda like some of the early 2000's Bonkers tunes. If this song gets expanded it will have freeform or UK hardcore parts


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I just ordered a bunch of my own CDs in order to get them consigned at the four local Sunrise Records stores (only two of the stores will have my entire CD discography, while the other two will only have Destiny Knight, Tales of the Knight of the Moon, Ancient Kingdom of Omnimaga Special Edition and In UK Hardcore and Dance we Trust for now.

Now what I hope is that Canada Post doesn't charge me extra duties/taxes on delivery and that the Canadian Dollar doesn't drop by 10 cents while the credit card payment gets processed. Normally that doesn't happen, but we never know, since it happened with Custer's Revenge for the Atari 2600. I will already have to report the earnings while doing my tax stuff next spring, if any, and I am fairly sure that they will take the revenues into account rather than the profits. While I'm mostly doing this for exposure rather than profits, I would still like to be able to earn as much per album as I earn on Bandcamp from one digital version without forcing Sunrise to charge way too high per 2017 standards.

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November 14, 2017, 05:28:33 am #84 Last Edit: August 21, 2018, 07:11:55 pm by xlibman
Just to let you know, while my sales aren't high, this year, I have just hit a record high amount of revenues on Bandcamp, the previous record dating back in 2012. That's despite the drastic price drop for my individual releases and the entire discography purchase promotion, meaning that a lot of people seems to like Bandcamp's Humble-bundle-style Pay-what-you-want feature (I think someone paid $10 for one track once, a few years ago, even though you could get the entire album for free at the time).

The amount of individual sales I got is still lower than in 2012 and 2013, but 7 of them were the entire discography being purchased at once at nearly half the price, so technically 2017 is a record in terms of purchases too, since the discography had 13 releases. The following includes track and full album purchases, but with the "entire discography" purchases of 2017 split into separate albums.

Bandcamp purchases:
2011: 5
2012: 12
2013: 49
2014: 26
2015: 9
2016: 4
2017: 117
2018: 149 as of August 21st 2018

iTunes, Zune and other distribution site purchases:
2012: 70
2013: 142
2014: 77
2015: 16

Physical purchases (online):
2017: 10
2018: 0

Total purchases:
2011: 5
2012: 82
2013: 191
2014: 103
2015: 25
2016: 4
2017: 127
2018: 149 as of August 21st 2018

EDIT: Updated again

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Some songs I did in the last two weeks:

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