# Liner Notes
Since most of my composing is usually completed on my laptop, I do a lot of work while traveling or en route.
One of the most common places I do this is while going somewhare.
The unfamiliar scenery that I suddenly see while going somewhare is perfect for my creative work.
Here are some of the tracks I've composed.
The track titles are based on Japanese domestic trains and train lines.
All of the tracks were created in FL Studio, and except for the rhythms, I used almost all of the plug-ins that came with FL.
I mainly use 3xOSC for older tracks, and Sytrus for newer tracks.
Source of the track title: Morning Liner, Morning Way, etc. Morning Commuter Express
Even before this track was completed, I had a bright outdoor image in mind.
The motif is a train with a name that would be used for commuting.
This track was composed when I first started using FL's Sytrus, but I was still not used to using it.
It doesn't sound too complicated, but the project was a bit heavy.
Source of the track title: Express Lilac
This is a track that I came up with a sweet melody and made it up on the spur of the moment.
The melody gave me an image of a flowery plant, so I decided to use this train as a motif, since the name and the color of the train car are perfect.
This track was composed when I was still using FL's 3xOSC for most of the sound sources.
### 3.Sky Access
Source of the track title: Sky Access Line
I came up with this track during a trip and finished it on the train from the airport to my home. I named it after the train line I was just on.
It's a refreshing and bright image, like looking up at the sky.
Most of the sound source for this track is also 3xOSC.
### 4.Sea Roar
Source of the track title: Express Shiosai(Sea Roar)
I came up with this track on the seaside when I was lonely because of pet loss. I named it after the train I was riding on my way to the seaside.
I made it with the image of the tide slowly rising and swallowing up the surroundings.
I started to be able to create the sound I wanted with Sytrus in FL around this track.
Source of the track title: Thunderbird Express, Thunderbird Express
This is a track that I had trouble coming up with a name for.
Due to my personal inability to come up with an image, I gave it this name, which is also used to mean UMA, a giant bird.
The main sound source is 3xOSC.
Source of the track title: Twilight Express
This is a track that gave me the image of twilight during the sound creation stage.
With the main arpeggio, I created the image of the sun coming down on a city.
I decided to name it after this express train that used to connect Osaka and Sapporo.
This is another track from the time when I was experimenting with sound sources at Sytrus.
Source of the track title: Hokutosei(The Big Dipper)
This track is a counterpart to the next track, "Cassiopeia", and was composed with the image of a sleeper express running through the night, so the expresses used in the track title are all aligned so that they run along the same route.
This is a track that I aimed to make in an IDM style, and I was able to create the sound I wanted with Sytrus.
Source of the track title: Cassiopeia
This was completed before SevenStar, and was the last track in the 3xOSC production order.
This is the last track in the 3xOSC mainstream in terms of production order. This track was made with the idea of making a fast track without relying on Amen or Think drum loops.
### 9. Sunrise
Source of the track title: Sunrise Seto & Izumo
This is the only track on this album that I composed after the overall theme was decided.
After laying out the tracks, I thought I wanted an image of dawn, so I created this track.
I also named it "Sunrise Seto & Izumo" as a song suitable for dawn.
There is a little bit of drumming in the middle of the track, but I tried to make it a no-beat track.
### 10. Snow Rabbit
Source of the track title: Snow Rabbit
This is a rare track that I make that is mainly 4 beats.
It's 100 BPM, and the 909 OpenHiHat keeps playing, which reminds me of snow, so I named it "Snow Rabbit".
It's an old track, mainly 3xOSC.