cheyenne_h on 03/06/2015 at 12:30PM
Hey! We haven't forgotten that we're launching a contest and haven't announced the winners from our microSong Challenge yet... UNTIL NOW!
Ladies, jellybeans, and other creatures, we are proud to present to you, the winners of the 2015 Free Music Archive microSong Challenge!
First Prize: Breakmaster Cylinder feat. Dislotec: Paint Your Grandma's Portrait
Second Prize: Lee Rosevere: Summers Playing Pinball
Third Prize: Ian Alex Mac: I Hate Buses
Though we also had a TON of honorable mentions:
Congratulations to all who participated, won, and had fun!
mckeephoto on 03/27/2012 at 04:28PM
My sincere thanks to Lee Rosevere for lending me his track The Machine that Won the War for the video version of my short (photo)graphic novel, Story X: Win Lose or Draw.
katya-oddio on 12/19/2010 at 01:30PM
Written, performed and produced by Lee Rosevere, THE AMBIENT BABY is designed to capture the interest of the child, and then slowly soothe it to sleep. This album has been tested with babies and adults with positive, sleepy results.
THE AMBIENT BABY is all original material designed specifically for infants from birth to about two years of age. Little ones are engaged early on by rhythmic sounds at the start. The sounds then weave into a gentle and soothing environment to help babies fall asleep.
Consistent sounds work as white noise to mask household noises such as creaking floors, appliances, outside noise, and traffic. Ambient environments, like the selections created here by Lee Rosevere, often help light sleepers and infants sleep drift off into sleep.
katya-oddio on 05/27/2010 at 05:45PM
Canadian artist Lee Rosevere has been riding on the crest of the free digital music wave for about as long as the web has been able to provide music files. Rosevere is a veteran artist on many netlabels and even operates his own quality and low key free netlabel, Happy Puppy Records.
Lee works in radio, and much of his instrumental album BACKTIME was originally composed for use as radio themes, underscores, or for "backtime." The latter is a term used by in the radio industry for background music programmed to finish at a set time. The tracks are made up of beats, samples, and electronic and live instrumentation.
The entire album is available at the FMA for free download. Enjoy it as a body of work or use it in your own projects.