I made these because I wanted some ambience for my potential streams. they are lazy, zero-effort things where I just hold a single chord for a couple minutes, put every effect plugin on it, and play around with drums. the only catch is that none of them are in 4/4 time, and I'm not telling you what they are in. try to count them.
it was an interesting experience to work like this, and it felt good to be able to say I finished things. the end results are even kinda satisfying. might have to apply some of this type of style to my bigger projects.
also, here's a fun fact. not only is the art AI generated (artbreeder.com) but the main instrument of the songs are also based on AI randomness. my entire streaming plan was also designed by AI generators.
if I make more of these, I'll add them to this album behind your back and you'll never know.
This music IS stream safe, but IS NOT YouTube safe! If you use this on YouTube, you WILL get a Content ID claim!
Content ID claims are NOT Copyright Strikes, you will NOT get into any legal trouble, your channel will be in no danger, it will only cause you to lose revenue for that video.
Please do not use this music in your streams if you upload full unedited VODs to YouTube. I don't want to take your money from you. Only use it if you can edit it out of your VOD.
I wish it didn't have to be this way, but this is my solution to YouTube's broken system. A Content ID claim causes 100% of the video revenue to go to the claimant, even if the content being claimed was only 15 seconds of an hour long video. However, if there are multiple different Content ID claims, the revenue is split between the claimants. It's unfair that YouTube is willing to split revenue between multiple claimants but not between the claimant and the creator... so I became a claimant on my own videos.
Because of that, this is also my only original release not to be licensed with Creative Commons, and I've released it under a different name to separate it from the rest of my work.