This site was designed for the old-school Microsoft Edge browser
which is now deprecated. Microsoft now uses a Google Chromium based rending
ending in Edge and it does not support JPEG XR (as far as I know...):
IE10 or later also works pretty good.
Here is some basically free music that has been created by Shawn Eary.
Most of the MP3's are released under the Free Christian Media License (FCML)
and the sheet music is released under the free Christian Document License
(FCDL). If you have conservative music that you would like listed here
NOTE: The HTML audio element that I am rendering shows up fine in
IE10 and Chrome 26.0.1410.64 m, but it doesn't seem to show up in
Firefox 20.0.1. Please feel free to "view source" in your browser
and show me what I
am doing wrong. Personally, I think everyone should use IE10 :-)
N/A - NOTE: Okay this wild "music" is a bit of a departure from my norm.
It's intended to eventually go into a video game but we will see if I ever get time
to write that... For now, you will need to contact me if you want to do anything
"special" with the piece. You can do a whois lookup on my domain name. The rest
of the pieces are licensed via the FCML as previously said.
Shawn Eary - This Music File is Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) License.
You can pretty much do what you want with it but I ask that you be reasonable and give me attribution if you like it. I know
It's pretty rough, but hey dude. It's free and I have a day job and a bicycle race to prepare for... I think I'm pulling
this piece. I went to reexamine it a few days ago and the beat is so way off I can't hardly do anything with it...
I think I'm mostly done with this piece. The ending is a bit hoaky,
but at this point, I will maybe only make minor changes.
I'm inexperienced with mixing, but the mix was improved some from the first
time this piece was put out here. The audio mixdown went better this time
than it did last time. Interestingly, a few "accidents" went my way when
I revisted the Cubase project. I know I'm inexperienced, but I thank the Lord Jesus
for those accidents as they turned out to be blessings. Not sure I have
what it takes, but the "accidents" made my day a little better :-)
BTW: I'm *still* having serious family problems...
This WAV File was generated from a Haskell program I wrote. The
Haskell Program is licensed under the MIT License
so I guess the WAV file should be MIT Licensed also. To get the latest version
of the wavefile, you can download the full project at:
and compile and runthe source yourself if you want. Maybe you will
become a Haskeller!!! (smile)