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Jubilance in A Major

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Jun 11, 2008 | 12:08 PM EDT
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500.9 KB
33 sec
3.96 / 5.00

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Rated 3.96 / 5 stars
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720 Plays | 105 Downloads
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Easy Listening - Classical

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(Edit) Back with a vengeance. Hell yea.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

i like it

very good, could be used for card games, sadly the intersection for the loop is of a poor quality, but it could be worse


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This is a pretty good looping piece. I can see this in RPGs or short cinematics. As for the ratings being in 2's (according to your comment below), I remember hearing about an automatic BLAM program scripted in the classical section around that time. Not sure if it's around anymore (august).


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Now thats catchy

Thats a wonderful lil thing to listen to, its catchy cheery and happy, everything a song like that should be:)

Can only give ya 9 tho coz its way to short, it ends the joy too quickly, make it longer and give me a pm, then you could make my favouite list :)

Ultratonic responds:

Haha, thank you so much! If I have time you will see a longer more powerful version.

I agree with everything you have said. I made it this morning in 2 hours though, so I'm pretty happy with it. Although I am a little confused at the rating being in the 2's. I guess it's a love or hate song.

Thanks again man. Hopefully you'll be gettin' that PM!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


It was a catchy tune, but it sounds as if you've heard it before, and it was really short.

Try making it longer next time, and use more instruments/sounds to make it more unique in style.


Ultratonic responds:

Thanks man, I'll work on it a little more if I have time. Although I do assure you it is an original work, but it does have that classical feel so I could see where you may feel you have heard it before. It does have some influences form Mozart and that whole era.

Anywaz, thanks for the review! I'll see what I can do.