Endless Fields – originally published as part of the Ambient Audio Project and the final AAP piece – now available as part of the Offshoot Synth Music podcast, by Bert Jerred.
The objective of the Ambient Audio Project was to create and share free, Creative Commons-licensed audio in the “ambient” genre. Initially, I released each of the four selections (below) as a podcast episode between March and May of 2017. I used free, open source software, for the most part. I am particularly fond of ZynAddSubFX, and used it throughout the project. Eventually, I decided to move on to new things. This was a fun mini-project I am now re-releasing these four tracks under the name “Offshoot.”
Offshoot is my instrumental music project. Digital, atmospheric, synthetic, background music and audio. Instrumental tracks suitable for open, public physical spaces or multimedia projects, personal meditation, imaginative writing, exercising, and sleeping.
You can download this music here, as a podcast, or at Jamendo, where you can also license these tracks for your projects. Either way, these are free, Creative Commons pieces – so use them pretty much however you want!
I make this music (and quasi-music) using mostly software synthesizers and computer-based software, with the occasional analog instrument or sound mixed in. I make other music, too, which you can find throughout the Internet wilderness and sometimes on TV shows – in the background, of course.
I hope you enjoy this series of sometimes short and melodic, sometimes long and strange, music. If you’d like to connect with me, you can always peruse my website and my Instagram profile. Come say hello! And thank you for listening.