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Continental Drift

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My first attempt at using samples and loops. I usually play an instrument when I make music, but this was fun.
This is sort of an Indian tune with lots of sitar and hand drums. I mix it up in the middle with some vocals and it takes a little bit of a turn out of the genre for a bit then come back home. I hope you like it.
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Uploaded: Jan 06, 2012 - 06:23:03 PM
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magnatone said 2718 days ago (January 6th, 2012)
Continental Drift
Hi Jack! you made it - welcome officially aboard the good and wacky ship MJ! this is a terrific use of loops, the vocal additions are great - enjoyed and thanks!
Check out my latest song called Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen) and Variations
megus said 2718 days ago (January 6th, 2012)
I have nothing against people that use loops--I see them as musicians too--but felt odd making music without actually MAKING it myself. That being said I will probably do it again. :)
Check out my latest song called Now We Are Changed
Doug Somers said 2717 days ago (January 8th, 2012)
Loops are great fun
And to me they teach a lot about arranging and many other aspects of composing, and they are a quick way to express ideas and often yield delightfully surprising results.

This is a great tune. I'm a sucker for choirs - nice touch. Well put together, kept my interest throughout and a dload is underway.

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