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Date
03/07/2008
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Loop
137.2 KB
9 sec
Score
3.78 / 5.00

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Rated 3.78 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Ok, I tried to get a soft classical feel in which you'd expect to hear in a classy restaurant (from a request by shortmonkey), I think I was a bit off, but the result still has some application, and if it doesn't fit, then I'll try to work with something else.

Cheers.

Reviews


cboy4001cboy4001

Rated 5 / 5 stars

whoa..

Man this is just on another level of awsome.
Gunna download it and use it for a flash if you don't mind



vdorodvdorod

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It was very Good

Great music, As you will see I have used this loop for a Flash. Thanks.


WritersBlock responds:

Thanks for using it and crediting me.


Suspended-3rd-ChordSuspended-3rd-Chord

Rated 4 / 5 stars

yea its restaraunt-esque

nice jazz chords(I just don't like the one you end on but thats personal taste), the melody on the top sounds swift and slick, very nice jazz sensibility. and I like the triplet rhythms. i would probably put the middle tones on a different instrument but its fine. a nice chromatic riff on a plucked bass would be tight too, as well some percussion, even its only the light 'ti-ti, tiss" (1 & a & 3 e -if thats the correct way to count i cant remember) hi hats or a simple ride rhythm to add in the background. but really tho, duff little diddly right here, good job with the reverb on this one, and it loops seamlessly.

*puts shades on*


WritersBlock responds:

Thanks for the review. Yeah, I thought about getting a plucked bass, drums, maybe a saxophone for this, but for the restaraunt sound, I kind of pictured a solo pianist.
Cheers.