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Weeklybeats 2016 was a 52 week long music project in which artists composed and publicly released 1 song a week for the entire year. Enjoy this archive of over 3,700 music compositions by over 260 artists.
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By alonemusic on September 25, 2016 10:44 pm

Another last minute rush. I need a less busy life rn.
Anyway. my excuse this week is I've been gigging and ran a half-marathon today. How about that? It was fun.
I wanted to try a proper big build and release. But building is kinda the easy part, its finding the right way to let go.
Anyway. Enjoy! Week 38, wow.

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September 26, 2016 5:18 pm

Ride the waves of awesome.

September 27, 2016 12:16 am

congrats on the half-marathon!  how long did you train for it?  i'm interested in doing one as well.

this track is kind of like a half-marathon as it builds in intensity and keeps the stamina going!  nicely done!!!  love the chip/guitar blend

September 27, 2016 6:50 am
Devieus wrote:

Ride the waves of awesome.


Ride em high! heart

orangedrink wrote:

congrats on the half-marathon!  how long did you train for it?  i'm interested in doing one as well.

this track is kind of like a half-marathon as it builds in intensity and keeps the stamina going!  nicely done!!!  love the chip/guitar blend

I've been running for a while, but I'd gotten up to 10-12km and sorta plateaued. No real reason other than that takes about an hour if you not going all out. I then went 'screw it, I'll run a half!' and that took me 11 weeks to go from 12 to 21 km. I basically added a KM a week to my route. It was good running in an organised event too, I don't often do that. If you've never run before there are a few good 'couch to 5km' podcasts etc, they take 6 - 8 weeks, then I'd say another 8 - 10 weeks to get up to 10km.

September 27, 2016 5:22 pm

I don`t run at all, but I can imagine, with your music in the head (or on the ears) can help a lot to run up a mountain or do some impossible extrakilometers. Music to go a little over the limit. Love it.

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