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Credits & Info

Date
11/14/2008
File Info
Song
3.3 MB
3 min 34 sec
Score
4.19 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
552 Plays | 104 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Miscellaneous
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Author Comments

Hello anyone who has stumble across this song.

It's been along time since i've put anything up here. I relocated to Houston and i had absolutely no internet for far too long. Very sad.

Anyway, this song is something i made in my spare time between school, extra-curricular labs at school, and running sound for this college movie thing.

As always, please don't slap me in the face with a 0 if you have no legitimate reason for doing so.
(See the song 'latin/jazz/blah' for my soap box rant on this subject :D)

Alright... i love you madly.
Aaron Musslewhite.

Reviews


Sorrow-316Sorrow-316

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 14, 2008

Was Sexy!

Give it a Better Name! LikE err... "walking Along" or "Hidden Facts" But thats up to you, Just saying NEW SONG 1 Doesnt Sound Too Catchy :D


aaronmusslewhite responds:

lol, i couldn't think of anything, sorry, but thanks :D.


Lublub194Lublub194

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 14, 2008

Awesome job.

You did a great job... the drums really add to the song.

Using the violins was an amazing Idea. They fit perfectly into it...

What was the background you used though? I couldn't quite catch what it was...

One last question...

What program did you use to make this song?

Anyways, great song overall... very weird feeling but also very calming.. I enjoyed it alot!


aaronmusslewhite responds:

glad to here it :D. I don't remember what i did to get that pad sound. I'm pretty sure it's made of layered supersaw waves, with a fair amount of hall 'verb. The program i used was reason with slightly modified sounds with the notable exceptions of the violins/cello and drums. Everything was performed on an m-audio axiom 61. thanks again.