The final track created this month, “Foreboding IV,” deviates from the piano soundscape to focus on synthesized tones via the Arpio application. I altered the arpeggiation to bend the pitches by shaking my smartphone from side to side while recording the music. I then distorted this music by applying “Reverse,” “Reverb,” and “Echo” at different increments of delay from roughly one-thousand milliseconds to five-thousand milliseconds. I later ran the track through CD-ROMantic to change the speed and add more “Reverb” The end result produces a cluster of simultaneous sounds meant to convey the fear of the unknown, or that something does not feel quite right.
 I have previously used the CD-ROMantic app to create a digital musical album that combines original tracks that I created this year with the 1980s and 90s postmodern musical aesthetic of Vaporwave popularized in the 2010s.
 Mark Korven is best known for his music to horror movies like The Witch (2015), The Lighthouse (2019), and The Black Phone (2022). The latest film is currently available on the Peacock streaming service from NBC/Universal.