found on my hard drive, from 2004 or so--this was drawn to be printed and layered with other drawings, and is cropped from the original bitmap file and made into a GIF.
"SeaQuencher" [3.8 MB .mp3]
Same sequencer as "Faraway Hilt," but with only the analog synth making the sounds. It's the same "acid" riff repeating, in an exercise in changing timbre (and the occasional slight pitch variation). This is semi-live; a fair bit of post-production was done here: editing, EQ, reverb, etc.
"Faraway Hilt" [5 MB .mp3]
A digital sequencer triggers analog and digital synths in two different "sessions," which are then layered on top of one another and mixed down to a single stereo track. The start times of the two recordings differ by a few steps so there is bit of echoing of motifs back and forth. This sounds kind of Detroit-ish to me.