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Instrumental MIDI - my speciality.

I get an amazing amount of work done in my head and in my car. This song took me a couple of hours to compose in Easy Beat (no loops) after going over in my mind for a week or so.

I'm not a guitarist so thankfully I'm excused from actually having to play the melody lead. Although I went for a happy feel, I think I still managed to make it sound a bit sad. That's me I guess.

Inspired by my children...what else is new?
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Uploaded: Feb 07, 2006 - 02:04:40 PM
Last Updated: Feb 07, 2006 - 10:47:28 AM Last Played: Jun 27, 2019 - 02:19:50 PM
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dreadmon said 4974 days ago (February 7th, 2006)
What a combination!
Okay, now please take this as a compliment, but this is like a cross between "Sesame Street" and the "Top Gun Anthem" - I can totally picture this as the underscore as Big Bird and a child buddy go walking off with fishing poles in hand, silhoutted by the setting sun - the melody is so happy-go-lucky, but also wistful, like a bittersweet goodbye, which I guess is the effect you were going for. The instrumentation really reminds me of "Top Gun Anthem" - synths and that tone of guitar (so that synth guitar works, you did a great job with that), though the overall tempo is a little different in feel. TGA is one of my favorite pieces of all times - and this piece favorable compares to that wild and beautiful piece. Lots of textures, love the big rumbling bass, it's got a BIG feel to it, while still maintaining a small scale through the lightness of the melody. Wonderful job, nice fade at the end - this piece made me feel really good at the end of a long day!
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cjhoose said 4974 days ago (February 7th, 2006)
tis happy indeed!
and rather catchy. I like it, especially the piano - has a good feeling.
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glennkav said 4974 days ago (February 7th, 2006)
Let me!
I'd love to play the lead guitar part for you on this. Very cool!
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millie said 4974 days ago (February 7th, 2006)
They said it all...
It could be a kids song or a tv theme song or or in a move that a love song. It's very uplifting. You have wonderful talent
Sea Monk Seven said 4963 days ago (February 18th, 2006)
around halfway through this song my buddy and i started humming
the melody to this song. yeah thats about it. i concur with the
"sesame sreet" thingy (not to jump on the bandwagon)
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peacepiano said 4736 days ago (October 3rd, 2006)
Very catchy melody
I can see why so many jammers have stopped to listen. Excellent work on
all the parts.
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Forced ukulele lessons in grade school threatened to forever destroy any chance of me growing to love and make music. Mercifully, the hatred of stringed instruments dissolved during adolescence, along with my innocence and respect for authority. Ente... [see more]

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