Quote from: Mrs. Waffles on Jan 24, 2024, 05:00 AMA little self-promo, I hope no one minds. But I recently started streaming Pokemon on Twitch! I'm gonna try to do two streams a week for at least an hour.

Drop me a follow if that sounds up your alley (and pls help im having tech issues lol)
https://www.twitch.tv/lexidarling89

I'm following what time of day do you usually stream?

I was this cool the whole time.

#16 Jan 30, 2024, 02:23 PM Last Edit: Jan 30, 2024, 02:30 PM by Mrs. Waffles
Quote from: DJChameleon on Jan 30, 2024, 01:24 PMI'm following what time of day do you usually stream?

Thank you! So far it's been a bit random, based on what other stuff we have going on. I've been posting each week's schedule on Twitter (I go by LexiDarling89 on there), here's the current week.




okay nice, I'll follow you on twitter as well.

You've really thought this out. I feel like creating a streaming schedule takes awhile for new streamers to cement and get the hang of.

I might start up my Twitch channel in the middle of February or possibly beginning of March.

I was this cool the whole time.

Quote from: DJChameleon on Jan 30, 2024, 03:57 PMokay nice, I'll follow you on twitter as well.

You've really thought this out. I feel like creating a streaming schedule takes awhile for new streamers to cement and get the hang of.

I might start up my Twitch channel in the middle of February or possibly beginning of March.

Thanks for the support!

Yeah, I want to go hard on the streaming this year. I'm already at 30 followers out of the 50 I need to get monetization, so I figure if I can really lean into it I'll be able to contribute more to our household income an a way other than the soul-suckery of my part-time retail job.

The schedule probably won't vary too much, I think it's a good groove to do daytime streams twice a week on weekdays while Aaron is at work and I have the house to myself, and then evening streams on the weekends when I've had the whole day to be with him.

Which weekdays I stream on will probably be the biggest variance, I work 1-2 shifts a week at my job and there's always errands, grocery shopping, unexpected household maintenance and any other projects that I need to set aside time for.

Looking forward to being Twitch buddies!



Glimmer (2009)

Here's a really old one. When I recorded this I didn't even have an audio interface, I just plugged my synths into a speaker and put the mic up to it, haha. Thankfully the magic of post-processing cleaned this one up, all the recordings I did that way sounded way worse as raw audio. This track is a simple keyboard improvisation on my Microkorg, the first synth I ever bought. I think it has a nice little sound, big and atmospheric with a bit of grit.

Also changed my channel name. I don't mind having my government name out there but I want to keep my branding consistent across the net.


Got a two-fer here. I uploaded the first and then threw in the second as a bonus bit of relief, haha.

Locusts (2013)

This is more of an experimental improvisation, I believe it's all one take but I might have layered on one of the different sounds. I know at least some of this is Moog, I had just gotten that synth when I recorded this track. Still not the harshest noise out there, I couldn't be Merzbow if I tried lol.

Solar Drippings (2012)

This was the first project I worked on for my of my electronic music classes during my 2012 semester. I don't think it was the one I turned in, but it was made with that intention. It has a bit of a religious vibe I think, though that's probably just because of the organ. The acoustic guitar in this track is from a sample library, and I used a pretty crafty MIDI plugin that generated realistic strums.



I suppose I haven't said this on here, so here's an update.

Due to moving, taking care of my mother and basically revamping my entire living situation, I have had to pause all streaming plans for the time being. I will update again when I am able to return to streaming.

I do plan to start some more YouTube stuff soon; I'm gonna be doing short form homemaking vlogs and adjacent variety content. More music will continue being drip fed onto my channel as well.

Thank you for understanding. <3

- Alexandria


Skitter (2008)
Here's one of my early experiments with Fruity Loops. I think I was trying to make some kind of frantic IDM inspired piece with this one. I think parts of it are really cool, though the stop-start arrangement kind of messes with me, haha.