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Holy crap, finally. Seriously, last time I released an actual album was, what, early 2014? How time flies. Anyway, I hope the almost 4 year gap doesn’t become a regular thing during my time on this planet. Regardless, the album is now available on Youtube for streaming and Bandcamp for download! I hope you enjoy the music as much as I did while making it!
Before I worked under the name Only Wednesday Music, I went by Orchestral Bits and Bytes. A bit more of a mouthful, and significantly less pretentious, but it was a simpler time. Originally released March 29, 2013, Original Bytes Volume I was the first true album I had created. Being the first album, it was a huge endeavor, and consisted mainly of projects I had made for music technology classes. The album contains 11 songs, running around 30 minutes.
Before I worked under the name Only Wednesday Music, I went by Orchestral Bits and Bytes. A bit more of a mouthful, and significantly less pretentious, but it was a simpler time. The second batch of original songs, released May 3, 2014. This was just over a year after the first album, and features 15 songs (at a 50 minute runtime!) with a bit more variety in styles and instrumentation.