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I didn't know what genre this falls under... Having trouble with ending it. Seems like the hardest part for me is finding the best suited ending for a song. Any feeback welcomed
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Uploaded: Oct 24, 2008 - 08:19:20 AM
Last Updated: Oct 28, 2008 - 05:45:33 PM Last Played: Jan 23, 2018 - 03:37:18 AM
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Feter said 3438 days ago (October 24th, 2008)
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very nice experiment my friend ...I do understand
your wondering about what gener ...it has a mix of
too many geners bit complicated ...loved the piano
and all the arrangemnts here ..this is mostly a film
score music ..nice work..thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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TracyVosh said 3438 days ago (October 24th, 2008)
Thank you, Feter! Thanks for taking time to listen and I appreciate your comments. I would LOVE to do film score....hell yeah!
PrototypeEightyOne said 3438 days ago (October 24th, 2008)
nice work, keep this up and i'll be taking lessons from you :( lol... I liked the way this came together, good stuff Tracy keep em comin. ooo the fade out!
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TracyVosh said 3438 days ago (October 24th, 2008)
ha ha - you keep me in stitches...take lessons from me? If I only had half your talent, P81!! yeah, fade out - pretty original, huh?
Moviz said 3438 days ago (October 24th, 2008)
an exciting sound with the busyness of the piano followed by the glide of the horns. Sounds as though there's some kind of chase going on, so I would think this is Cinematic genre-wise and you could either have a sudden ending or a slow fade out with this type of music, regards M
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TracyVosh said 3434 days ago (October 28th, 2008)
Yes Moviz
you're so right..I can totally see a chase scene. And, I did indeed change it to the Cinematic genre...thank you!
guygrooves said 3435 days ago (October 27th, 2008)
Very cool
I would say this has a cinematic lilt to it. Very well done Tracy.
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TracyVosh said 3381 days ago (December 20th, 2008)
Thanks Guy
Thank you Guy! I appreciate your wonderful comment...that's awesome!
sschedra said 3361 days ago (January 9th, 2009)
Again, I am amazed at your ability to make loops dance. You must get the right tools so you can express your exact imagination. Also, did you know that any of your loops that are MIDI (the green ones not the purple ones, which are recorded sounds) can be manipulated and edited. That is, you can grab one or more notes and move them up a fifth, for example. Also you can stretch the notes to make them longer. You can cut and paste sections of notes. Also, if they are MIDI, you can map them to different software instruments. For example, a MIDI piano sample could be remapped onto strings and then maybe shifted up an octave. Or the piano part could be split for different instruments of the orchestra (base line for Tuba and also double bass, melody doubled by clarinets and flutes, etc). Even the recorded loops can be split and then pitch shifted. So for instance you might have a certain string part that you are using in C and you can pitch shift a section of the loop when the song modulates to G by shifing it +7 (to account for sharps and flats. An octave would be a 12 note shift + or -.

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TracyVosh said 3361 days ago (January 9th, 2009)
You rock! Thanks Stephen...I'm actually just beginning to delve into the ideas you so perfectly describe. But, I am copy and pasting in an email to myself your details on loop manipulation so I can take your suggestions to the treasure chest! Ha. Thank you so much, I totally appreciate it and now can't wait to get home to play!! Whoohoo, I'm excited. Thanks again Stephen!
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