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chunter – On a Rainy Day

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On a Rainy Day at archive.org

Download entire EP as a ZIP file, courtesy of archive.org

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chunter’s second release, a follow-up to Release Zero, On a Rainy Day takes the listener from the home you can’t wait to leave to the dangerous place you can’t wait to return from, using a blend of tracker samples, virtual synths and blips, and a 12-string acoustic guitar. This was mixed and mastered in its entirety on Renoise version 2.5.

chunter is a multi-instrumentalist musician who composes primarily in module
trackers on a laptop computer.

Cover art by SirMarkus Kidd.

“Markus” mascot based on “Darkbrown Raccoon” by Ryan Radio.

“Littlegrey” mascot based on “Raccoon2MaleFemale” by MiniFeru Artizar.

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Geocache by chunter

Promotion video for Geocache, from Release Zero.

chunter at Gamesboro near Georgia Southern University (Statesboro, GA) 8/28

chunter will be performing at a chiptune show headlined by Minusbaby and many others in the video game store Gamesboro near Georgia Southern University on August 28.

More details are in the bulletin board postings that announced the show:

http://8bitcollective.com/forums/viewtopic.php?pid=222390#p222390

Edit 8/18- Ticket presales through the GSU bookstore:

http://www.gsubooks.com/product_info.php?cPath=107&products_id=6844

chunter’s Release Zero reaches 150 downloads on archive.org

Thanks to all who downloaded Release Zero, I hope that you’ve enjoyed it.

When it was released, I didn’t have any expectations of looks, comments, or downloads, I just wanted to make sure it was available in as many places as I could comfortably put it.

150 is not a large number by standards of the entire global internet, or even for archive.org, but it represents about 100 more people than I have ever had listening to a piece of music I created, at least as far as I know.

I am curious to know if I have been listened to by anyone that is not already a musician. The idea of making music that only musicians like to hear does not bother me, but naturally, I am curious.

Thank you all again! Though I don’t have a concrete deadline set, I hope to make another release like this by the end of the year.

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