Here is the final piece in this series, which I have decided to call The Canary and The Bull: Improvisations for Synthesizer in Garageband.
I have tried to explain a little all the former pieces in this series, in order to make them more accessible, knowing how weird they all are.
With this one, however, I'm just going to let it speak for itself. The other pieces, though I am proud of all of them, nonetheless have to my ears an "experimental" feel to them, slightly tentative.
This one, although "weird" like the rest, is the one among them that sounds like a fully finished product, unhesitating and unflinching.
I'll just make a minor comment regarding influences. It doesn't pervade the whole piece, but there are a few measures of gibberish where one can hear an echo of the rhythmic stylings of Biggie Smalls, whose album Ready To Die affected me significantly when I was listening to it in my late twenties..