Unfortunately all evidence of my teenage musicianship is on tape, not digital.
When I used to make “rave mixes” by playing two tapes together on a dual-deck hi-fi and recording what came out of one speaker on a crappy tape recorder. Pitching / timing meant nothing. Once every ten minute or so, the beats would naturally sync and I’d think “nice…”
When I got an Amiga 500 and a sampler. More rave music, but now a bit cleaner, slightly more in time and tune and featuring a sample of the theme tune to That’s Life.
When, at 19, I formed a band called Mutant Mobster with my Uni flatmate. He played guitar and I “played” the Amiga. We had songs about BA Barracus and hamsters. We also did a parody of that fledgling band Belle and Sebastian called ‘Pasty Faced Bourgeouis Bastard’.
Probably just as well this exists only on tape…