Welcome to megus.org!
Hello! I am Megus — the musician from Russia. I compose various music and I am glad to present it to you, dear visitor. Most of my works are non-commercial, you can download them for free from this website.
I was one of the founders of Brainwave — the demoscene group. Brainwave was multi-platform group but the biggest fame we gained with our ZX-Spectrum works. Brainwave never had a finished website and it's my duty to make all our works available on megus.org.
Music is my hobby but sometimes I do commercial work like composing music for games or song writing. If you like my works and you need music — feel free to contact me and we can discuss business possibilities.
Recent blog entries
Mar 18th 2010, 06:32
We released our first album — Around Past!
You can download it from Ubiktune.
Jan 31st 2010, 13:49
Teleidofusion published two new tracks: Summer mood and Autumn is calling. Both tracks are available for free download.
Jan 21st 2010, 19:08
I’m proud to present the first result of my collaboration with Lisandra — a new song!
Music: Megus. Lyrics and vocals: Lisandra.
Download mp3: Lisandra — Hoshi.
Dec 31st 2009, 10:33
Dec 14th 2009, 19:36
I’m proud to announce the new music project:
Teleidofusion — when vintage 8-bit sounds meet real instruments and synthesizers.
I and C-jeff had this idea for a long time already and now we finally made it real! So here is our first track:
Dec 13th 2009, 16:32
Two years ago I wrote a music which was meant to become a new song for Jenya but due to some unknown reasons it never happen. The music was inspired by arcade space shooters. Today I found it on my hard drive and decided to release it as an instrumental tune:
Dec 1st 2009, 09:00
Autmntunes is a compilation of chiptune music related to autumn. My new track “Five Minutes of Autumn” opens this great compilation.
Nov 30th 2009, 16:16
My GK-3 and GI-20 demonstration video: “Autumn is calling”.
Nov 26th 2009, 21:05
Today I received my new Roland GK-3 (divided guitar pickup) and Roland GI-20 (GK-MIDI interface). Now I’m able to play synth sounds on my guitar. I’m going to use it on some live performance soon.
Nov 7th 2009, 19:35
In June I’ve bought shakuhachi — Japanese bamboo flute. Though mine is made of plastic.
It’s very difficult to learn to play it without a teacher but I’m doing my best. Here’s my first attempt at recording two Japanese folk pieces — Hinomaru and Oumano Oyako: