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Midnight Stroll [Final]

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Aug 2, 2011 | 9:16 PM EDT
File Info
Song
4.2 MB
3 min 2 sec
Score
3.94 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.94 / 5 stars
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651 Plays | 39 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Jazz
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Author Comments

After taking the critique of others on the original versions of the piece I made, this was the end result of it. It took quite a long time, damn lot of coffee, and possibly a bit of my mental fortitude, to finally produce this sound. So I hope you enjoy, sit back, and enjoy a nice cup of coffee like I am, to my piece.

Thanks,
JMChurch.

Made in : FL Studio 9
Instruments Used : Tenor and Soprano saxophones, Electric Piano Hit, Maganda Piano, a Vocal Hit, and a Tama Drumset. All were soundfonts.

Reviews


riaelvargosriaelvargos

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love it.

You did a superb job marrying it all together. I will enjoy adding this track to my collection. It reminds me of traveling down a road with the lights of the city flicker on and off and the lamps above the road casting silhouettes against the brick and concrete walls, some neon signs lit in the distance.

The night is still young.


JMChurch responds:

Thank you for the listen, and the review! I'm glad you enjoyed this piece, and look forward to more songs like this, I've taken quite a liking to writing songs of this genre as of late.

Thanks,
JMChurch


ZipZipperZipZipper

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Mmmmm

I love me some nightlife jazz. Those saxophones sound marvelous in the middle when the soprano and tenor harmonize. I think it would be nice to have incorporated the piano more in the piece and possibly to have added a sort of freestyle part for the saxophones. That would really really spice this up even more. Overall, a great song. Excellent job!


JMChurch responds:

You and I both. The funny thing was I stumbled upon the saxophone by chance, just glancing at soundfont sites, and bam, it was there. I tried incorporating the piano more into the piece in earlier versions, but it just didn't have the same relaxed feel this has now, sadly, I took it out due to that. However as for the freestyle, perhaps in further compositions I will take that into account. Thanks for listening, and for the review!

Thanks,
JMChurch