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Riverpedia archive - 11/04/2020

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If you see any demos that have been previously released or leaked, let me know so I can remove them.

This is just the first installment. These should be songs that have no co-writers or other performers. For any demo: It might have silence. It might be wildly inappropriate. It might have super low sound quality. It might just be me rambling, talking, making sounds. It may have already been shared or leaked. It might be just a drum beat. It might not have vocals. It might be a duplicate of another demo. It might be an inferior version of another demo. The information provided, such as year and description, might be incorrect.

This web store is my final project for cs50 web Programming.

I'll let you guys know if and when it is functional. It's going to take some time.

All the data is dummy data for now.

If you want to fake 'buy' stuff now, you can use my test credentials for sandbox.paypal. Fills these when the paypal window pops up.

payeremail="sb-etgoo3484889@personal.example.com" payerpassword="eS3v!tVV"

Any demos you buy will show up on your account page. You can listen there.

And you can check whether or not to make them visible to everyone else. You can also select to make them playable by your friends there.

Or you can keep them hidden.

After you purchase, the demos will be listed as 'already purchased' or 'unavailable' in the store.

I will also send you mp3s. Save the mp3s because I can't guarantee how long I'll maintain this website.

Further Reading:

( Last edited by Rivers at 2020-11-04 15:53 PM utc )

Pinkerton Cover Art

The cover art of Pinkerton is an antique Japanese ukiyo-e artwork by Hiroshige. It is number sixteen of the series, The Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō. I chose this woodblock print because....it was on a postcard sent to me by my 'gf' Chiba and it captured the feeling of winter loneliness that I was feeling in Cambridge.

( Last edited by TragicGurl at 2020-11-04 17:41 PM utc )