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Posted by acheney - January 18th, 2020


I am proud to introduce the Dreadnought project! This is my outlet for my music of more mainstream genres, like dubstep and house. I will still release music as Axeph-Null, but that alias will be relegated to my experimental releases.

Here is my first song as Dreadnought:


I am still working on my debut album as Axeph-Null, but I also intend to release a concept album as Dreadnought shortly afterward.



Posted by acheney - December 27th, 2019

Hello, everyone. I hope that you are well, and if you are concerned about me, then please do not be. I am fine... for now.

My music profiles have undergone some changes. I have decided to organize my various aliases under one label: Autumn Cheney, which is my real name. I will still release experimental electronic music as Axeph-Null, but this will be secondary to my real name and will be only one of my aliases.

I have various ideas floating about in my mind. These are not necessarily entirely musical ideas, but they are rather other things that I would like to do in the future. As a musician, I have felt restricted to a degree by the genres that I have devoted myself to. I would like to have the opportunity to diversify my creative output.

This is my reasoning behind my reorganisation. Axeph-Null will not be gone, but it will be one of the various music projects I plan to undertake.

I wish myself luck for the future! ^-^



Posted by acheney - October 30th, 2019


My second EP, Degree Five Complete Graph, has just been released! For this piece, I intended to fuse hard brostep rhythms with glitch and ambient, and I personally think that I did well with it.

You can download it via Bandcamp here. You can also listen to a full mix of the EP on Newgrounds. The audio link will be below this paragraph.

I hope that you like it!


Posted by acheney - October 14th, 2019

I do not know if anyone already knew this, but I will nonetheless make this public. My music is accessable through the Newgrounds API, and RobTop has whitelisted me, so therefore it can be used in Geometry Dash.

Here is the Perfect Platonic Forms mix in Geometry Dash:


Also, all of my music is licensed under CC BY, so my music can be played if it is used in a YouTube video.

The reason that I wanted to clarify this is because I am actually an avid player of Geometry Dash myself, and I would be very happy if one of my tracks was used in the game.

Thank you! By the way, I am still working on music, and I should have a new track uploaded tommorow! Bye! ^w^



Posted by acheney - October 6th, 2019


My first EP, Perfect Platonic Forms, has been released. It is an IDM/drill and bass album with heavy noise and generative influences.

You can download it for free at my Bandcamp page: https://axeph-null.bandcamp.com. Alternatively, if you want to purchase it elsewhere, it should be on most major music sales websites soon.

Hopefully, you enjoy it!


Posted by acheney - September 14th, 2019

First of all, I updated "Disjoint Sets". This new version is drastically different from the original in terms of density and emotion, but it still retains the same basic properties and structure. You can view it here:

Next, I also uploaded two new songs, both of which I just finished today. You can view both of them here:

Lastly, I uploaded some of the art pieces that I failed to remember to upload after I created them. They are the images for "R3 Euclidean Space" and "Vacuous Truth".

As you can imagine, I have been very busy with keeping my output public, and I will continue to pursue my standards for subsequent uploads.


Posted by acheney - September 9th, 2019

I finally got around to changing my official logo. I like what I've designed, and I hope that you do too.

My logo, if you didn't already deduce what it is, is an eye with a golden spiral design inscribed in the eye. My text logo is the word "Axeph-Null" written in a mathematical style.

The pictures that I've created are used for my profile image and my banner image. However, if they are cropped and obscured, I have them right here:



I hope that you like them!


Posted by acheney - August 18th, 2019

I apologize for not having uploaded anything within the past two months. I've had trouble trying to create a song that I liked. However, lately, I've been experimenting with a music program called Sunvox, and I can tell you that it really helped stimulate my musical abilities.

I've just released two songs, and it would make me happy if you listened to them and told me what you think about them.

Here are the links:

With this said, I'll attempt to release more songs throughout this week. Also, I'm working on an EP and an album, and I intend to release both of them by the end of this year. Be patient.


Posted by acheney - August 2nd, 2019

So, I've changed my official alias! I discovered that "Lovelace" was already used by another band, and I knew that I needed to change it to something else. I've spent the past few weeks scouring Wikipedia's mathematics articles for a name that I liked and was unused. Eventually, I found a term that I liked and modified its spelling to make it more interesting. Thus, I have taken on a new alias: "Axeph-Null"! It is, of course, a reference to the first Aleph number, an transfinite number describing the cardinality of infinite well-ordered sets. There's also an anagram hidden inside of it; can you find it?


Posted by acheney - July 2nd, 2019

I apologise to @Packtion , @MRM3 , and everyone else who may take pride in using LMMS and followed me for using it as well. As said in the title, I do not use LMMS anymore. Instead, I now use Renoise to make music. I regret leaving the program that essentially taught me how to produce electronic music. However, Renoise has many tools and features that allow me to optimise my workflow and create new types of music! Still, I'm sorry for leaving LMMS. I hope that the open-source audio community forgives me.