splittybooms 24


US   Feb 2018

Artist Bio

Influences:   80s funk/dance, Little Dragon, Hot Chip, Junior Boys, Zero 7, synthwave, 70s funk, Herbie Hancock, George Duke, Joe Sample, Bobby Blue Bland, Cory Henry

Just having fun.

Songs (24)

#1 I Want To Become A Cheesecake 39
Feb 2
#2 Sweating Your Shirt Out Gradually 20
Feb 3
#3 (can't think of a title) 10
Feb 4
#4 Drippy McDripDrip - (one sample challenge) 13
Feb 4
#5 Protocol 20
Feb 5
#6 Forward (skirmish) 11
Feb 6
#7 Hey (two-chord challenge) 18
Feb 6
#8 Make Me Glad 27
Feb 7
#9 Daijoubu (Its All Right) 7
Feb 9
#10 Just Some Trouble Making Donuts 10
Feb 12
#11 Don't Log Out On My Love 10
Feb 14
#12 Need You 6
Feb 16
#13 High-Leg Shabu-Shabu 6
Feb 16
#14 Voices 10
Feb 17
#15 Views (bonus) 7
Feb 17
#16 The Mess Around (bonus) 5
Feb 18
#17 Sunday Morning On Jupiter 23
Feb 19
#18 Good Time (bonus) 8
Feb 19
#19 Queen of My Heart (skirmish) 17
Feb 21
#20 Thinking Bout You (bonus) 3
Feb 22
#21 (unfinished) Hold Onto Our Love 3
Feb 22
#22 Everybody Clap Your Hands! (skirmish) 12
Feb 24
#23 I Really Care About What You Are Saying To Me Right Now 9
Feb 26
#24 This Man Makes The Pants (skirmish) 13
Feb 27


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  • @gm7  Mar 12

    Go for 50/90 you will do great as usual!!
    ๐ŸŽตwe are FAWMily ๐ŸŽต

  • @chroes  Mar 9

    Hey, thanks for stepping by and listening to my newer songs! Your feedback is always so full of great pointers and fun things you notice, that even I haven't noticed while creating! Really looking forward to meeting you again next year!

  • @kathym  Mar 4

    Thank you so much for taking the time to check out my skirmish song "I Can't Wait". I save my archive and review and consider all comments as I'm going back over my fawm songs. Many thanks to you again, splitty!

  • @iwilleatyou Mar 2

    Thanks for the listen!

  • @gb9  Feb 28

    Thank you so much for your appreciation and kind comments on 'Identity' ๐Ÿ˜€ I'm glad it could convey the growth trajectory that I intended...

  • @bandybum Feb 26

    "I definitely hear the influence, great homage!
    Loving everything about it - those vocal backings are perfect.
    The music here is so well done. Excellent arrangement and instrumentation throughout - loving the rhythm guitars dancing with eachother.
    Love how you took some of the melodies from Boogie Nights and morphed them into something your own.
    Excellent era-worthy lyrics, too.
    Digging this thoroughly!"

    - Splitty, you just made my day! Thank you so much ๐Ÿ˜€

  • @looprication  Feb 26

    Hey would love to collab at some point, probably not this month but you are DOPE ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • @bitshred  Feb 25

    Thank you much for the comments. Appreciate yah!

  • @sheilerk  Feb 24

    Thanks for your listen and comments on Clap Your Hands. I donโ€™t miss those booster days either! Though I wouldnโ€™t mind a campfire evening one of these days! ๐Ÿ˜

  • @dzdandcunfsd  Feb 24

    Thanks for the lovely comment! I found it quite hilarious as well, because if I'm going to play piano, it's an old upright so other "normal" people have to hear it so I tend to take it pretty easy ๐Ÿคฃ

  • @tukayandryan  Feb 24

    Thank you so much for your lovely comments on our first go at a skirmish ๐Ÿ˜€

  • @gb9  Feb 23

    Thank you so much for your appreciation and kind comments on 'Aces', I know I need to rework it a lot. Thank you for your kindness. ๐Ÿ˜€

  • @guatecoop  Feb 22

    Holy smokes, youโ€™ve been dealing! I was thinking about you the other dayโ€”wondering how your fawm was going. Apparently pretty well! Are you liking your songs? I will be back for some listening. Thanks for the comment and, yes, the mood was very solitary, late, and somber, but not down. I was really taken by how dark it sounded this morning! Thanks for listening.

  • @sciren  Feb 22

    Please do! That would make me stupidly giddy. ๐ŸŽ‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @caseewilson  Feb 22

    Thanks you so much for your kind remarks on Neon! I really enjoyed making it ( I too love a good arp!)

  • @lanasolyluna Feb 22

    You definitely deserve a break AND a cake! C'mon don't be so hard on yourself! Thanks so much for your nice comments!

  • @kanttila  Feb 22

    Bootlick Company is an engima, it cannot be explained ๐Ÿ˜ Thanks for the comments!

    Regarding the last part if you ever want to collab in a future 50/90 or FAWM I'd be super down for that!

  • @kazlmccabe Feb 20

    Thanks for your lovely, detailed comments on โ€˜Be Careful What You Wish Forโ€™! I will take a listen to your stuff later and comment. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • @aesthetic72  Feb 20

    thanks for the lovely comment about MMOWH. I'm not sure my mind is a particularly safe space, but I'm glad it made sense. ๐Ÿ˜€ Oh BTWs. that's me playing over and over your cover of A Flock of Seagulls on your SC account. It happens to be one of my favorite songs ever written and I really like what you did with it. My weeks are insane - I write for a living (not creatively obvi) but those two forms of writing exist in different area codes of my brain. So it takes some time to travel to and from. Hoping I can get back to more writing this weekend. I owe kristian a song.

  • @sci Feb 19

    oh man, thanks for your comment on turbo golf
    basically, I found a bunch of 90s rompler vsts and just went ham. I'm a fan of "old" "productivity music" so i took a few cues from that, and I think it sounded best in "turbo golf", so I'm happy to see others agree

  • @radiobenedetto  Feb 18

    Thx for the great comments on See! I returned to the old, classic, vintage, warm sound on my latest song. You might like it:

  • @evolvemysound  Feb 18

    Thanks so much for the insightful comments on my song!

  • @jeustan  Feb 17

    I learned how to do a stanky leg this morning. Itโ€™s not very stanky yet but Iโ€™m working on it. Thank you!

  • @tunecat  Feb 17

    Hi there.. I think I sounded a bit glib in my response to your note re collabing in the forums. I was reacting in part to a couple of knock backs I'd had .. and responding more from the point of view of thinking of the others who didn't actually appreciate the wonderfulness of having a creative link, and rather focussed in on whether it was what they'd had in mind. But... I wrote a lyric about it all. Here goes: https://fawm.org/songs/116401/..

  • @guitarpatz83  Feb 17

    Hey man, thanks so much for the comments - itโ€™s great finding artists on here that you really dig and then finding they like your stuff too! Iโ€™m gonna have a deep dive into your songs in the next few days - canโ€™t believe how productive youโ€™ve been. Iโ€™m struggling to hit the target really, but just delighted for this to have given me the kick to start recording music again

  • @quork  Feb 17

    Hey there, thanks for the listen and great comment. Was fun to work on that (had to create a "disco" progression, and the drums (three types) were out of control, but definitely pushed myself into new territory. Agreed, those lyrics were a pleasure to work with.

  • @gm7  Feb 17

    Agreed..I will seek our someone. Thx..

  • @elliottlawrence Feb 17

    I appreciate the kind comments! To answer your question, I use a Yamaha DGX-650 digital piano, set to "Ambient Grand." It's all MIDI, but I think it gives off a good sound still.

    Also I see you're at 14 songs, impressive! Going for double FAWM this year by any chance? ๐Ÿ˜

  • @looprication  Feb 17

    ...and I should mention, good sir, that your influences are pretty awesome, and they shine through in the demos I've heard.

  • @daveyboy103  Feb 16

    Cannot claim credit for the drums, these are patterns from Superior Drummer 3 by Toon track but they do groove. Everything else is me and my trust6 samplers.

  • @srcoops  Feb 16

    Thank you for you nice comment on Pants. Appreciate it.

  • @gm7  Feb 16

    Thx for your kind words on Leave your Mark...we are hunting for a vocalist to finish off the song. You think anybody you know would like to sing it?? I was thinking , when i wrote the music that there was a female voice in my head. Thx again for the comments

  • @aesthetic72  Feb 15

    Thanks for your very kind comment on my jazz number. The arrangement I barely changed from the original i plunked in there via the midi pack. And the change I made wasn't particularly effective because I am not a jazz pianist and those chords are whack! I actually had to sit down with my keyboard and find the melody in those chords bc I couldn't do it on my own. Then when I had the melody I ended up singing it a little differently. I guess that's why those jazz chords are so jazzy - they are so fricking wide open for lots of riffing. I also had to add the cheesy brush kit so I could tell where I was in the world while singing it. But I am fairly happy with it (i've never written a jazz number before only sang about 45,000 standards.) My voice: well, since I am the owner of said voice, I hear all the mistakes. But I appreciate your appreciation. And yeah, shoulder pad pop - I was there, so I can say it with some authority ๐Ÿ˜

  • @kahlo2013 Feb 12

    Oh, thank you for your nice comments!

  • @roysmith  Feb 11

    Thanks for the comment...the reverse engineering thing was just a complicated way if saying I started with the donated arp and was trying to match the beats up after, usually start the way round. Love the novation stuff, especially the circuits, they're great sketchpads

  • @frozenlonesome  Feb 11

    Wow! Thanks so much for the detailed and kind comments on Out Of This World. Itโ€™s hard to believe but the source for the vocals was essentially a promotion for Frigidaire. Much appreciated!

  • @alyxanderjames  Feb 10

    I'm glad you liked my D&D chant! I definitely shared it with my group before we played last night and was gratified to learn that one of my fellow players was singing it to her cats earlier. ๐Ÿ˜

  • @atitlan  Feb 10

    Thanks for commenting on 'Moog in Vogue'. Sorry if I caused the misunderstanding -the idea for #onesynth was just to limit people to one hardware or software synth with a limited number of basic oscillators.

  • @grenzgaengerin Feb 10

    Thank you very much for your comment on "My star" - gratitude

  • @chroes  Feb 10

    Hi, thank you so much for your super nice comment on "Dreaming of Dystopia". Do buy Disco Elysium, really, it's a fantastic game if you're into "deep" RPGs. And weird ones. With weird choices. Soundtrack is also great!
    I'm enjoying your music very much, looking forward to your next track already!

  • @doggolito Feb 10

    I can't wait to play the ME remaster, but I would have prefered Andromeda 2 to be honest.
    However, I'm not pre-ordering yet. I'm waiting for a few reviews before buying it ๐Ÿ˜€

  • @doggolito Feb 9

    Thanks for your nice comment on Asian folk phase ๐Ÿ˜€
    First plucked instrument was indeed a Koto. The other one was Guzheng

  • @cts  Feb 9

    Alright, cool. I was beginning to wonder why you were still up at this hour? It's funny @steffan used to ask me the same question back in the early years of FAWM. I'm normally not a night-owl, but Donnie (my cuz) hit me up, too. I'm starting a little bit on it now, but I can't make any promises. You're a true artist and I dig what you bring to the table, man. Keep the party moving and do what it do!

  • @serene123  Feb 8

    Hi! Thanks for listening to my song and for your feedback on it.. really really appreciated it!! Good luck with the rest of FAWM!

  • @tjfafterdark Feb 8

    Can we make a track?

  • @cts  Feb 8

    'preciate ya!

  • @trolls2 Feb 8

    thank you for commenting on my song Looking Forward, it really means alot to me that my voice and the playbill on the subway scene touched you. I am a theater person at heart and miss NYC and the theater very much.

  • @kanttila  Feb 8

    Thanks a lot for all your great comments! It's Umaru in the "12 Pepsis" pic. That is a character and show that I basically hate love. It's hard to define, she's just such a little shit but it's funny. I have a little keychain of Umaru in my car.

    I suppose we have to fight now ya. I don't even drink pop very often but I do like Pepsi more. But I'm not picky.

    That is a very classic college student story! I wish we had Jimmy John's in Canada. I had them once and it was way better than like Subway.

  • @aesthetic72  Feb 8

    Thanks so much for the really amazing comment on Don't Hide. John Staples and my friend Garry told me all about Izotope mix plug ins, and well...now I get to go a bit nuts stereo spread. Very fun. ๐Ÿ˜€

  • @willyviste Feb 7

    So glad you liked my track "No Worries". Thank's for the feedback man:)

  • @berni1954  Feb 7

    Glad you liked my "Light in the Darkness". I try to include chords as I agree with you, it's great to se the skeleton behind the flesh.

  • @quork  Feb 6

    Hey, my FAWM friend, no pressure and no worries. I figured your hopping keys, samples and beats would make me sound good. But yes, weโ€™re not here to get stressed out. Thank you for your great message. Rock on.

  • @apolez3 Feb 6

    Hey no, it's okay that you dont' want to, & I don't want to post in the forums about it , just saying I believe you have the ability to.. I'm not really seeking that per say atm.. just thought of it. anyway tc on your endeavors.

  • @apolez3 Feb 6

    I just think, you know what sounds finished. And sounds good together. hmm I still think you could do it hehe.

  • @quork  Feb 6

    PS I want to kick the crap of this song and itโ€™s gotta compel people to dance.

  • @quork  Feb 6

    How do you feel about disco?
    Kahlo2013 and I are collaborating on a song, and she came up with these beautiful disco lyrics. Would be a fun triple collab, and Iโ€™d love to make music with you. What do you think?

  • @apolez3 Feb 6

    hey I have a PUNK song, can you help me with the final after getting all the music and vocals to put it together for a finished work? Making sure it's up to Punk. https://fawm.org/songs/111195/ Not 100% sure I'll need this but thinking I am going to atm.

  • @katmtl Feb 6

    Hello! Thank you for listening to Mesmerized! My friends actually did the mixing and mastering. Aw! Iโ€™m so glad you like my vocals. Iโ€™m kind of self conscious about my voice. Iโ€™m excited to hear your songs! Listening now.๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  • @chroes  Feb 5

    Hello, thank you for your super nice comment! I'm halfway through listening to your songs, and I enjoy them a lot. Hope to hear much more from you!

  • @katmtl Feb 5

    Hello, new friend! Thank you so much for listening to โ€œMesmerizedโ€! Iโ€™m so glad youโ€™re enjoying it! My friend actually helped me mix it, and heโ€™s so good! โค๏ธ I am so excited to listen to your music!

  • @judypie  Feb 4

    Hey! Thank you for the love on the No way No way! Iโ€™m glad your ears enjoyed it ๐Ÿ˜ I gotta say I did did all on it tho, that was alllll Peter! Heโ€™s a clever one right?

  • @doggolito Feb 4

    Thanks so much for your nice comment on my first track ๐Ÿ˜
    It was some high praises ! You also gave me motivation to boot up Extreme G2 on my N64 ^^

  • @willyviste Feb 4

    Thank yoy for your kind comment on Proof of Concept. Really appreciate it:) Have a nice FAWM further!

  • @atam94  Feb 4

    hey thanks for leaving such a kind and detailed comment on my song earlier!! I appreciate hearing your thoughts so much. And that's right about the vocal synth! Very cool

  • @sailingmagpie  Feb 4

    Thinking about it, I did reverse it as well. One internet point to you!

  • @sailingmagpie  Feb 4

    Its alright, sometimes brains need to be broken! I didn't fx the piano, I took a little clip of it, fx'd that and stretched it across the whole song, so kinda comes in and out.

  • @evolvemysound  Feb 4

    Thanks so much for listening to and critiquing my song! I appreciate the good feedback!

  • @ustaknow Feb 3

    Hello! Happy FAWM2021!
    - Thank you.

    Yes, what's happened is I got two great pals this year (last year actually, too), that like my music ๐Ÿ˜€ hahhh, go figure. Anyway, One is a Cover/collaboration, and they are getting, - Revisioned ๐Ÿ˜€ hahhh.

    I had another friend from S. India drop a phone recording on me of her playing her "Veena" and so I jammed to that in the moment, and so that too, a collaboration festival for me and - revisioned. They are all standalone, so don't want to just revised the old post, to me their "new" and if they upload and tag me, - that's how they show up, - as Uno! ๐Ÿ˜€

  • @engebretsen  Feb 3

    Thx a lot for comments on "Fallen Angel"

  • @sci Feb 2

    I'd like to say thanks for your kind comment on my first song. I'm quite happy that you pointed out the drum programming, because I spent a few hours studying synth drum patterns in 80s and early 90s songs before I composed "disk mounting tutorial". I'm glad it paid off ๐Ÿ˜€

  • @frozenlonesome  Feb 2

    Thanks for your comments on Living Stereo. I really appreciated the details on different parts. Especially your thoughts on the drum programming which is an area I sometimes struggle with. Funny that you used the same sample before, but it is a popular one on archive.org. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • @seanbrennan  Jan 28

    Regarding RCT: at the end of the day, it's the same game it always was, the same isometric view, game engine, roller coaster behavior, etc. From the standpoint of visual spectacle, RCT3 probably wins, but from the ability to truly create a detailed and in-depth world, and have it play in a balanced way, I prefer RCT and RCT2.

  • @lanasolyluna Jan 27

    Hey! Yes weโ€™re back! Maybe a little less active this time, or more who knows when the muse will visit? ๐Ÿ˜€ Looking forward to your tunes.

  • @seanbrennan  Jan 27

    Thanks for the mentions on the gamer thread! (And, you've made me realize that the second half of it got swallowed. FAWM seems to think it has a 2000 character limit when it in fact has a 1000 character limit?)

    The catch with OpenRCT2 is that it is not itself a functioning version of the game - it finds your installed copies of the base game. If it's been a while, you may need to re-purchase those... but I think you can get both RCT and RCT2, with all expansions, for $15 total on Steam or GOG. Then, OpenRCT2 is free.

    Road Redemption is Steam-exclusive, I believe. I reiterate that it is a much grittier affair, but good fun. Happy gaming, and Happy FAWM!

  • @balancelost  Jan 27

    Hey dude! Hope you cook up some tasty treats for us

  • @coolparadiso  Jan 26

    ready to roll mate

  • @carleybaer  Jan 26

    Hello! Nice to see you ๐Ÿ˜€ can't wait to hear you again!

  • @atam94  Jan 24

    hey, I'm looking forward to listening to what you create this year! I'll be doing ambient projects again for year 2.

  • @chasingandromeda  Jan 23

    Good luck this year! Looking forward to hearing your new offerings.

  • @balancelost  Jan 23


  • @cts  Jan 21

    Ahh! My dude! I was just getting around to you. I'm looking for more of your bit-crushing goodness. Make this FAWM rock, bro him!

  • @fourzeroes Jan 19

    Cool! Thanks.

  • @jeustan  Jan 19

    I can't wait to FAWM it up and hear your stuff!

  • @kable  Jan 18

    Good to see you again, friend! Can't wait to hear what you come up with this time!

  • @fourzeroes Jan 18

    What vocal synth do you use please?

  • @quork  Jan 17

    Happy FAWMing. Hope youโ€™re surviving the pandemicapocalypse.

  • @sailingmagpie  Jan 17

    February's calling. Will you answer?

  • @evinwolverton  Jan 10

    Mic check (tap tap) this thing on?