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I decided to post this here after some of you disturbed me on army.ca (I have no idea how you found me on there!). Any way:
Many of you might heard my music through out the internet. At least in US & Canada regions. I was hck112, then Computer112, finally rest in dem0lecule. The other name is lonelifier. To note, I'm known as m0lecule on ModArchive and Pouet, I also have a side nick names m0le, however the m0le hacker you see on Google search has nothing to do with me (I don't have a blog nor twitter).
As my situation is drastically changed (read my news post on the dem0lecule account), I do drop by Newgrounds on rare time. However Newgrounds is always my 2nd home, where I found my true self. I started to compose music because I'm inspired by Newgrounds. I started to become part of NG communities because I feel like home on here. I started to know a lot of wonderful people because they are truly my heroes.
I've carved a nice history on the internet, a warm one. It wouldn't be done, without Newgrounds.
Pleiades 2 is the first to use my music (as far as I know, but never be sure). This sets the first turning point for my work.
A Crow in Hell 2 as 2nd Flash on NG
The Last Angel
2: Kod and the Champion
both used The Breath, which the piece that set my iconic string-choir-piano arrangement. I'm known for suck at naming, sorry.
The track Quietly used in both quite famous game Ghost Hacker and Ghost Hacker 2.
Destiny was my first collab, with mcsurge45. Melodies were entirely by him, I just did the arrangements.
Call to Arms was a quality collab with an old friend. He did the main theme while I was responsible for the drums and backup staccato strings.
Then the track Sorrow... The legendary keepwalking decided to included Sorrow in his epic drama short flash, Luminiscense. It is still the highest honor for me ever. Thank you many times again, keepwalking! And because of this, I rose out of the unknown. Sorrow carries the characteristics of The Breath, however, goes beyond the basic with more complex arrangements. The song was on weekly top 5 and twice on top 30.
Melancholia is another experimental choir-string song. Got on top 5 and used in Invasion Of Teh Clocks.
Time, my first experimental film score piece. Main theme of the soundtrack I wrote for a budget Israeli short film about Holocaust. The film did get promoted nicely so I got some exposures IRL.
Snow is a tiny never-done classical piece. Which in miracle, managed to get on top 30 with the position of 8th or 9th something.
Castaway, an attempt on remaking Melancholia, got on top 30. There was a reason why Melancholia was titled as (soft). Castaway is the 'hard' version. However, melodies are totally different.
Breeze, won me 4th place in monthly NAC once ran by Chronamut and Evil-Dog.
Shadow of Fate is my first collab with famous Newgrounder, Samulis. He walked my through the difficulties of music theory. Before I know him, I knew nothing about theory, zip!
From Ancient Hills, is my 2nd collab with Samulis. I have learned a lot about music eras (in this case is Baroque) and many more. Thanked to him, I started to venture out of the limited string-choir-piano circle. Brass and woodwinds.
Seikilos Epitaph, was my entry for Samulis's postponed contest on remixing world's oldest music score, Seikilos Epitaph.
Dream (FL CORE) was an entry for Dj-Nate's FL Core contest, landed hilariously on 9th place.
The Hitchhiker was my fully attempt on writing folk music. Not just any folk. I aimed for Swedish folk music. Followed by The Village, The Fishermen and Forest.
Tried on a NAC with the piece Generix, a demoscene-themed piece. Didn't win.
A 4 channel tracker's challenge pulled by a friend.
Another attempt on NAC, Children of the Horn, horror theme. Didn't win, but got praised.
Capture The Flag, inspired by hacker CTF game. The Great Hacker (probably the 3rd greatest as I see after Zoz and ioerror), also organizer of world 2nd largest hacker convention ShmooCon, Jordan Wiens aka psifertex, also multiple winners in DEFCON CTF... somehow found my little song, commented and faved!!! It's the 2nd greatest honor I ever get in my history of music making! The song managed to get on weekly Popular Audio.
Calamity, dubbed as Sorrow 2.0, is my 2nd greatest turning point in my music composition ever. Entry for the Great Bosa's Quest for the Crown. Humbly settled on 3rd place. I got a nice $10 candy bag and a frontpage!
Calamity has changed my style strongly. It is no longer muddy like its brother (Sorrow), however still has its brother's skeletons and arragements. Complexity has changed. Still strives for extremely emotional elements.
Snowflake is the 'fallout' of Calamity (that song stuck in my head for weeks!!!). Entry in MAC, actually it was my first and last MAC (MAC closed down after some internal conflict with NAC). Didn't win but somehow got frontpaged!
Byzantium is my 3rd and probably last collab with Samulis. Main melodies by Samulis, I only did some backgrounds.
Resetti, after somebody indirectly challenged me, the demoscener about no-way I can make music out of codes. Digital waveguide ain't a bitch for me (tho 32k is quite big for an audio exe). Job's done.
Liberators is my first (officially) collab with the great grumpy Elitistinen, aka my ex roommate. I was his mentor for quite a long time, therefore many of his tracks sound very similar to mine.
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There are other uses outside of the ones I knew, so far. But thanked to Google, I found out that my music goes beyond the NG border!
The Parody of Macbeth
Halloween: Scar Costume Makeup (Lion King) and Minecraft Timelapse - Vatican City used Call to Arms. I suggest you check out both interesting videos.
OCHSA Inkblot Ad 2
OOTD or Outfit of The Day - Modern Pirate
The Isle of Illusions - Chapter 5: The Wizard Bergen
Legenda o Herobrine - Za kulisami "Lawowa fontanna"
(plausible... my music is popular in Minecraft videos... no idea!)
Level Up Quickie: Slender
TNF vs all 1.mp4 (my piece was played beside the great Danman87's piece... o.O)
TNF vs all 2 real.mp4
Baltair: The Lost Brother
Death of a toothbrush
If you are going to use my music, you don't have to ask, but please credit me properly! Thank you.