2017 The Walking Dad
2006 Wonday
1993 Songs to Sleep By
1997 Songs to Sleep By 2
2002 Sunday Sampler
2002 Dad's Picks
1999 Mix 1 (sy55)
2010 Mix 2 (triton vocal)
2010 Mix 3 (triton instr.)
1991 Archives
1992 College Collection
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1994 The Hermit
1997 Where's My Muse
1999 South or Southeast
2001 In the Margins
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2002 Convenience
2002 Back Up
2003 So So
2003 So On
2003 So Long
2003 Baby Steps
2003 Baby Talk
2004 Schmocial
2004 Brroom
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2005 Padden Drift
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2007 Halfdosin
2007 Whatcom Home
2008 What Roses
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2008 Composed Pile
2009 Decomposed Pie
2009 Swaddlicious
2010 Lost Train
Soft Synths
2011 Out the Margins
2011 Redebut
2011 Reprogression
2012 Working Progress
2013 Tripico
2014 Aerosol Concrete
2015 Reduced to Clear
2016 Motions
  • Title: The Walking Dad
  • Artist: Tripecac
  • Timespan: 2017
  • Theme: underway
  • Length: 10:07
  • Tracks: 2
  • Lyrics: 1
  • MP3s: 2 play all locally
  • Rating: (none) rate this album

Track List

# title lyrics time download listen started recorded rating
1 False Tart - 2:17 download listen locally 2017-01-12 2017-02-20 (none)
2 Pramnation lyrics 7:50 download listen locally 2017-02-21 2017-03-29 (none)
  Total   10:07 play all locally album rating: (none)


This is my current project.


False Tart

I was testing some new Cuban sounds. But my test ended up sound like cheese city. Do Cubans use a lot of cheese in their food? I didn't think so.

Anyway, this sounded so generic and lame that I decided to end it early rather than prolonging the aural agony for another 5 minutes or so. This makes it one of the shortest songs I've recorded in years!


This song is really really stupid, and really really long. To make it worse, I had really really bad audio problems in Sonar: pops and clicks galore. I think the fault lay mostly with the cheesy drum sound, which was piped through a very aggressive compressor. Also, there were some arpeggios on the organ patch which caused lots of popping. It was a painful experience to edit this song, so listening to it is not much better. Misery loves company!

Anyway, at least it's done. "Finishing" it felt like euthanasia. And on the positive side, since it eats up quite a bit of time, I guess that means I (hopefully) won't feel as rushed to finish the album later on this year.

Lyrics to "Pramnation":

i've got a thing to say about pushing a stroller up the hill
i've got a thing to say about prams