Lystrialle is creating music
5

patrons

$15
per song release
(Icon and other art assets provided by the lovely ctrlkun.)

I'm Lystrialle, and I make ethnic folk music as a hobby.
Usually this involves Vocaloid and other vocal synths, but I also work in other independent collaborations such as with A Reyvateil's Melody.

Currently I'm interested in developing my own skills, experimenting with fusing ethnic folk with other genres, and creating things that can resonate with the listener.
Music is one of the things I love most in the world.
I want to make things that can connect to people, and achieving that alone would make me happy.

Why Patreon?
I consider myself someone who likes to be open about my work in the hopes that others can take anything they find helpful, but there's a thin line between being open about my work process and completely throwing myself completely to the mercy of the winds.
I believe Patreon is an excellent way to be able to share my behind-the-scenes work process with those who take a particular interest in it.

I have no desire to put anything behind a paywall -- all my usual standbys will be distributed as usual, and I don't plan to make any super-special-paid-only major exclusives -- so this is basically just a bit of extra behind-the-scenes beyond what I would normally offer, for those who have a particular interest in supporting my work.
Tiers
Extra materials
$1 or more per song release 2 patrons
Access to supplementary miscellaneous files for each song (fully tuned Vocaloid data files, high quality .wav for you audiophiles out there)
Behind the scenes
$5 or more per song release 3 patrons
WIPs, behind-the-scenes talk about my work process, and previews of upcoming stuff
Goals
$15 of $500 per song release
Music making is a passion project and hobby for me, meaning that I have to fund pretty much all my materials and products out of pocket. Being able to have a little more to work with would mean being able to possibly upgrade a good amount of software/equipment, expand the range of what I can do, and allow me to more reliably keep this hobby going.
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(Icon and other art assets provided by the lovely ctrlkun.)

I'm Lystrialle, and I make ethnic folk music as a hobby.
Usually this involves Vocaloid and other vocal synths, but I also work in other independent collaborations such as with A Reyvateil's Melody.

Currently I'm interested in developing my own skills, experimenting with fusing ethnic folk with other genres, and creating things that can resonate with the listener.
Music is one of the things I love most in the world.
I want to make things that can connect to people, and achieving that alone would make me happy.

Why Patreon?
I consider myself someone who likes to be open about my work in the hopes that others can take anything they find helpful, but there's a thin line between being open about my work process and completely throwing myself completely to the mercy of the winds.
I believe Patreon is an excellent way to be able to share my behind-the-scenes work process with those who take a particular interest in it.

I have no desire to put anything behind a paywall -- all my usual standbys will be distributed as usual, and I don't plan to make any super-special-paid-only major exclusives -- so this is basically just a bit of extra behind-the-scenes beyond what I would normally offer, for those who have a particular interest in supporting my work.

Recent posts by Lystrialle

Tiers
Extra materials
$1 or more per song release 2 patrons
Access to supplementary miscellaneous files for each song (fully tuned Vocaloid data files, high quality .wav for you audiophiles out there)
Behind the scenes
$5 or more per song release 3 patrons
WIPs, behind-the-scenes talk about my work process, and previews of upcoming stuff