I have always liked to create music on computers. Back in the Apple ][+ days I made quite a few annoying musical ditties with The Music Construction Set and this continued into the Apple ][gs days. My software was never really sophisticated enough until I discovered tracking and mods when I upgraded to Windows 95. After a few years of noodling around, I finally had enough material to release a CDs worth of my electronic music, The Exciting Sounds of a Compaq P133. This disc was comprised of my first purely digital (no more cassette 4-track recording!) musical compositions. The sound is a little rough due to the primitive, non-pro software I used, but I am more-or-less happy with the way it turned out. I have now converted the CD audio tracks into super high quality MP3's and have made them free for you to download and add to your digital library. Download the entire album for free (.ZIP)
Track Listing (Click tracks to listen or download)
The Exciting Sounds of a Compaq P133 (and all the songs contained therein except *) by Robert William Gomez is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
* Three Girl Rhumba (Mutation) by Robert William Gomez is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at www.pinkflag.com.
After compiling this CD, I upgraded my tracking software and followed up P133 with the sonically superior Upgrade Downgrade (also available for download).