I am still kid, even out of my teens. I use to play in a improvised post-rock band, but soo moved to Fruity Loops, a basic DAW. Once i moved to study at Brighton University i started getting really baked and made tunes on Logic Pro 7, since then i have never looked back and continue to listen to the music that inspires me which often comprises of silence. Hope you enjoy my sonic death.
Again, we find an artist who has experimented (and I hope will continue to do so) and pretty much explained the circumstances, means and point of the posting of this array of tracks, so what is left to say. I don't profess to be musically adept, just a listener of some thirty odd years, and some of them were very odd. Therefore, I will listen and judge from my perspective and make an assessment based on my own, rich, varied experiences.
There is a lot to be said for silence, and it's a rare commodity in my life, one that I treasure. Here I get a sense of that, sometimes necessarily so, solitude. I am over-sensitive, therefore it's rare. Have you read a book called Flicker by Roczak (I think), it's 'answer' lay in the black parts of film rather than the light. Good book and, as far as this little array of music is concerned, good music.
Keep experimenting, keep looking for inspiration in silence, keep developing and keep going. I liked what you've produced, but, as I've said, it's only a point of view!-) Nice work.