Since this month is Ofurotaimu's anniversary month (kinda), I decided to do something different for the producers' spotlight. We're having two spotlights per week. The producers I'm going to write about might be well known, might be not-so-popular, but they have common denominators: their names are either of shapes or numbers. I hope this will not only make you guys interested but will also make you loooove math XD;
So, let's start the ball rolling with one of my favorites :). △P / TrianglePmylist
TriangleP's name came from the term △ (sankaku), because he uses it as a "bullet" at the start of his comments in the video. He's a not-so-prolific but pretty impressive composer mostly known for his songs accompanied by his own MMD PVs.
TriangleP's music is largely varied, but mostly relying on synthesizers and keyboards. He has dance music bordering eurobeat and ballads with a slight ambient influence. His works, especially the fast-paced ones, reminds one of TWO-MIX's early songs. His beats, though, are very light and never reverberates on the ears, making them nice to listen to despite the rhythm. He likes using repetitive tunes that makes his songs really catchy and easy to follow.
He mostly uses Miku in his works, although he has reached out to Gakupo and Luka. His Miku often sounds like she's singing in front of a fan, solid with distinct ripples in her voice. His Gakupo is often tuned high, which makes him a bit hard to understand sometimes, but his range and solidity is impressive. His Luka is a little breathy and low, but can get as high as his Miku.
Aside from composing, he has released several MMD PVs and has participated in the previous MMD Cups. sample music
• Ao no Mystery
• Aishiteru, Dare yori mo Tsuyoku Fukaku Aishiteru
• Hoshi wo Tokihanatsu Kagi
• Vega and Altair - eurobeat mix -
I feel bad that I've only known △P because of his most recent work, Ao no Mystery. Eurobeat is one of my favorite dance music genre (lolsamfree) which is why △P's later works captured me. Despite my love for his dance beats, I also like his Gakupo ballads, because I don't usually hear Gakupo going all out falsetto in ballads. I think that while he's concentrating on MMD PVs, △P has the ability to grow a lot more in the music-writing scene, considering he's been able to branch out to various genres despite his number of works.