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04-17-18 I definitely picked some weird stuff on bandcamp.com's independant music website that I've been listening to this morning. Okay three of the four were weird, the fourth was Ben Prunty who also does video game soundtracks and I wanted to see what kind of stuff does well. Dyb: Ambient Sketches was like soothing noise, while Host Bodies: What 4 was probably the coolest instrumental album I could have asked for. So far, however, Jack Stauber - HiLo, a free album I threw a buck towards but should have paid more, was the funnest coolest one I had bought, that reminds me sort of like one of Beck's old independent albums.

Meanwhile in music news I've decided on two 3CD sets to house my favorite picks and favorites of others and actually have a lot of outtakes. The bandcamp shop is bare and "returning soon" while I get the first set "The Noise Diaries" all in redux format. I'm adding crazy drumming and all sorts of new portions to old early 2000's works to have them more of what I've always wanted when I'd listen and think "I could have done this/that". The other three are to be called "8-Bit Armageddon" instead of Songs From Orion volumes. I crammed 1-4 into 1-3 and the leftovers are all outtakes now. The albums will go as follows: "Orion", "Continuum" and "Delirium" as well as "Oblivion" being the outtakes album IF I DO THAT. The "Noise Diaries" albums are "Makina", "Anamorphosis", and "Phenomaly" with the next in line possibly being a double EP "Dystopian/Euphoriac" with quite a bipolar arrangement of moods, not to be confused with "A Taste of Euphoria" the soundtrack for the college blackjack game that now rests on "Phenomaly" and will receive HEAVY TOUCH-UPS to be completely different sounding I would hope.

-Jerry

04-10-18 PAX East was unreal! I had a blast promoting the game and looking around. Although it is unfortunate Jakub couldn't be there, at least he could show off his creation via video on a 32" LED. New Blood was there! 3D Realms was there! Super Meat Boy Forever was there! We were presenting with Nintendo Switch, PS4, Final Fantasy XIV and XV, it was probably the coolest moment my life has ever had to offer me so far if not until death and since birth. I will try to make E3 this year too but more than likely not as an exhibitor. We are hitting up California for the deserts and forests trip, which may be postponed a week just to get to E3 for a day.

-Jerry

03-24-18 The new form of this website is written in a pocket journal of mine to its almost entire form. The music portion that was meant to be seperate a few days ago will now be the main shell of this website, and the former the interior in places.

-Jerry

03-21-18 And so I did it... I merged the two sites and now all music is available via the link on the rightside menu, or soon will be. I have used the five-letter pattern site which had buttons I'll soon animate. The main site automatically loads a popup, but if you kill the popup you can still enter the normal way without loading one. I faintly updated the project warlock page to have better info and a coverpic so to speak.

-Jerry

03-20-18 Just for the hell of it, I downloaded the ENTIRE doomworld.com /idgames archive via ftp realizing that's all I had to do. I recommend it if you're heavy into that game's modern source ports, though you need 40 Gigs to spare. Whether or not I share it as a mirrored server is unclear to me yet, but completely possible if I am allowed to just copy/paste. I'm sure there more to being listed so that it's real-time when uploads and movements happen, I just don't know what all there is to it.

As for this website and actual news for it, I'm about to merge two website ideas, the last one, then this one which was also the one before the last one. I couldn't decide but the music portion is a lot cooler and potentially more informative than this one. The makeup of this website will only be for games or /retrostuff.

-Jerry

03-15-18 As you come to this website, since I imagine there's only one advert or link to get here, I'm assuming you know of or are interested in Project Warlock. I was the creator of all of the music in the first four themes: "Medieval," "Antarctic," "Egyptian," and "Industrial" as well as a portion of the final theme "Hell" alongside my friend Luke Sleepwalker from Oregon. My name is Jerry Lehr and I sleep in Central Indiana, most often at night. If you are interested in buying this soundtrack it will be for sale in the future, and also if you are wanting to see more of the game, click Project Warlock. You may also visit our facebook page or twitter page. As the only US member of the game development team, I will also be promoting Project Warlock at the PAX East convention in Boston, Massachusettes! This has been a hell of a year for me and my first dabble in actual video game soundtrack craft for an independant developer.

-Jerry

01-26-18 By the way I've returned to Windows 10, no more Linux Ubuntu. As for the original site being back, I've made some changes to the menu and its lack of mouseover animation. Now it flickers. Also, I dropped a lot of buttons and replaced the empty space with more stuff I've wanted to have on here, but you will run into a lot of coming soon/under construction pages until I have something to write on them and the time to write it. The original way of loading music has been altered to disallow download without it being done through bandcamp. All EP's are $1.00 and full albums of said EPs are 2.50 with the exception of Return to Go LP, which is still $1.00 yet has more quality. To buy all 6 guitar "old noise vaults" eps it will be $5 saving you a buck. To get the three ep sets in one lp that make up the songs from orion volumes, they are 2.50 like I said. Noise Diary 1-??? is coming next after I'm finished with Project Warlock, which will turn back to my guitar roots, some not even having new synth additions. I'll still rock out some grunge metal and experiments too. Songs From Orion 5 and 6 along with the EPs that make them up (8-Bit Armageddon is already here) will be here in 2018 soon as well. SFO6 I haven't started with but have decided to make it the sequel to SFO3, "Continuum." The reason being it will all run in sequence as one track, yet be chopped into several small tracks that function individually. To not make this an even longer news post I'll write again hopefully tomorrow on other things. $5 for Old Noise Vaults consisting of 6 of the dollar EPS, and $2.50 for the first five volumes of Songs From Orion (which are 80 minutes almost except for SFO1 which will be $1.75) and also $10 for all five volumes of Songs From Orion, simply called Orion Mega Synth Opus X.

-Jerry

01-22-18 Well I resurrected the old design for lehr.me because I still love it. I tried a couple of others but this one if full and pretty much finished for the bare minimum of getting all the content on. In other news, Project Warlock the soundtrack (OST) is nearing completion and is in the "touching-up" phase. There will be 80+ tracks trimmed down to about 65 or so, if the themes don't have unique intermission themes.

-Jerry

11-28-17 Nothing beats killing your battery AND running out of gas in the driveway with no one home. Anyways In an attempt to install Ubuntu 17.10 (Linux) I have corroded my windows partition into dysfunctional corrupted files and decided to wipe it clean with a full Linux install. I think, at least for this computer, I'm not going back to Windows anymore. Ubuntu is free, all of the software for it is free, and everything is more or less simple and, free. My desktop is now my website. Literally all of the folders that make up my website so far have become my desktop folders. Not only that, but they are color coded into what they are thanks to some downloaded PNG icons. NOW I can finally set up all of the website parts I want to, because, well, I have to. Not only does my computer not utilize its own music folder or videos folder, it also doesn't utilize anything else unless its part of my website or will be, at least in a hidden form. There will be several music folders and not just one. I will use these to create minisites with music players for each band, consisting of all their albums and rarities, and you CANNOT download them, but there will be links where you can buy them.

-Jerry

11-18-17 Well I take that back, DOOM page no longer has my DOOM mods. I'll save that for later when they're actually a lot more fun to play and possibly near finished.
The 90's stuff can wait too since it's not anything I want on this site alone without the other stuff. This is because I'm planning on buying MEGAWADS.COM and making my own doom site seperate from here for the community of doom nerds old and new still in existance or now joining the existance. It will house all of the resources you could possibly need swept from many pages with sources cited and links given. It will also hold all of the megalists from other pages, cacowards, newstuff chronicles, repositories, forum stuff, it's own forum system. EVERYTHING! It'll be like a launchpad for all the DOOM goods.

-Jerry

11-14-17 Things are getting added, re-arranged, and deleted. The DOOM page now holds all things DOOM including all of my seperate mod pages under the "My Levels" cacodemon button. This also means, I will finally be massively updating the DOOM page to near completeness I hope. The otherworldly project page has started in design, and screenshots and alpha-demo downloads have been added. The intro changed to binary art, and brianna's page opens with matrix art. The "Lost Otherworldly" Soundtrack is now going to be on the actual Otherworldly page within the DOOM site. If you've been here and refresh the individual pages, you'll notice the left side art has been modified to be rippled faintly then glitched. I love it. A button for Post-2017 Synth Tracks has been added but there's nothing on it yet. Soon I'll change the name to also include guitar stuff I now make in the now, and not 2001-2005. I'm still waiting to see if I have permission to give out or sell the Project Warlock soundtrack when it is done. I will keep any visitors to this primitive website of mine updated!

-Jerry

11-12-17 As a sidenote, 3 full themes and nearly 1 more are done of the Project Warlock soundtrack. This page, also, is nearing completion other than the DOOM subpage which I plan on making much more massive with more detail and of course the megawads section, which will have the largest available list by combining all of and adding to the other lists all while offering more screenshots, all links to a given wad/pk3, and maybe even gameplay videos if I find a lot of them. The left menu is more or less complete seeing as how I can't add anymore without an unwanted scrollbar happening. If, however, more things are made, I will broaden the options to condense the menu. For example all synth stuff or all "self-created" game design projects, all DOOM stuff, all miscellaneous, hell all music in general that isn't for a real soundtrack, can all have more broad single buttons with subcategories within.

-Jerry

11-5-17 Methods of Escape, the links page, has begun. The online jukebox will soon be started with each band having related lesser-known bands they either produced or toured with, a much larger list with some I already added being omitted, and a player that does NOT allow downloading for the sake of the artist and record labels, and so that amazon links can be provided for buying the albums, and of course if available their official band stores. My first three orion synth opuses are up, as well as all of the music except for the lost Otherworldly soundtrack. I have it I'm just being lazy right now. The synth opuses have links for Tape Sides A and B, and ISO CD links. I will also work on getting those stripped back into individual files after this little "remaster" of rerendering a lot of the original sources to cut out the bad parts and end cut-offs. Also, goofy songs and raps were added.

-Jerry

11-4-17 The right menu has now been graced with a bandcamp embedded player featuring most of the Songs From Orion original series, even with tracks used for other projects for now. It features 124 tracks and can for the most part be played while you browse other things on this website. Although it's a smaller site compared to others I've made, it's pretty much done! Not many schnazzy images and subpages or popups, just content. You will also find while this content exists, there are also intro pages to all of it that are fully functioning now. Like years have gone by and I kept making websites I've never finished and finally decided to keep it simple, since my focus should be elsewhere. Some pages still have a "Coming Soon" line on them, but they really will come soon this time!

-Jerry

11-3-17 I have temporarily deleted the right menu. 75 non-functioning buttons just doesn't feel too appealing. Maybe when I have like a third of them written, or I can add only the ones that I have done or started even. Anyways I have officially uploaded the first three opuses of my orion synth stuff from mainly 2005-2006 with some after. I'm also currently making public my old noise vaults from 2000-2005. All that is yet to go as of 8:31AM is the lost "Otherworldy" soundtrack, also previously known as the Lokust Sun soundtrack, and long before that, Visions of Loki or Visions of Levir.

-Jerry

10-24-17 There are currently ideas for 75 random special bonus one-page mini-sites. I am hoping by the end of this three-day stretch of moving my kids' rooms around that I will have 100 thought up to start writing. I asked Brianna Jones, the girlfriend of mine, and she agreed to edit all of the 100 pages and possibly write a small selection of ones she is interested in. The purpose of this side of the menu is to encapsulate many of my favorite things and also hide the less important sections and pages of my website, or things I have done in the past that I don't think are that relevant or that worthy of the cooler left side options.

-Jerry

10-23-17 Not much is open, neither is the main site of course. This is more or less a placeholder. The Mario1.Hack page is up but no rom or patch yet. DOOM megasite is open just not finished. The College Shit page is up. I just now opened the right menu which used to be the main menu (now left) for bonus pages like I had intended on having to my websites years ago. abandoned sites, will and jerry, and jerald wonk, are no longer part of the main site. There will be more sites moving to this bar and I will include some more game projects in the future. Pong and Snake are available to play on the right menu from the last website.

-Jerry