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This is my rock/metal cover of a tune from the classic Mahoney & Kaktus Amiga demo, “Sounds of Gnome” (http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=5583). Specifically, the tune was called “Jobba” and the intro also borrows from the intro song on The Great Giana Sisters.
Here’s my latest music project - a little progressive rock/metal track called “The River”. Based on some riffs I had knocking around in my head for several years now, and I finally got them down in a form I’m pretty happy with!
On July 18th, 2014 - 3 years to the day of writing this post - I pushed the first public code of Tiller to Github. Back then, it was just a simple little tool that I wrote (mostly as a learning exercise), found useful and thought others may like to use.
Tiller has just seen its 0.8.0 release, and as you’d expect from a major version bump, it’s a big one. There’s some breaking changes if you write your own plugins - nothing too major, a quick search & replace should fix things for you. But, more importantly, there’s a major new feature which brings two big improvements.
Posted this in the Gitter chat but just to spread it to a wider audience : Tiller 0.8.x will be coming in a little bit; the reason for the 0.8 version bump is that there are some internal changes which will break any custom plugins you may have written. The relevant commit is here: markround/tiller@c2f6a4f.