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In this song only samples from Windows were used with one little exception which is the kick drum.

If you wonder about some sounds which you might haven't heard yet, these are the sounds I used for this:

From Windows 98:
- Logoff
- Ding
- Musica Menu-Popup
- Musica Critical Error
- Robotz Exit Windows
- Robotz Minimize
- Robotz Restore Up
- Utopia Default
- Utopia Recycle

From Windows 98 Plus!:
- Windows 98 Menu Popup

From Windows XP:
- Ping (this has another name in the english version as far as I know. Got the sound files from the german version)
- Navigation Start
- Minimize
- Balloon
- Battery Low
- Critical Error

From the Vista Beta:
- Low Battery
- Asterisk
- Device Connect
- Device Disconnect

From Windows 7:
- Windows Ding

Just in case you wonder about:
- the Snare drum: It's the Minimize sound from Windows XP on a high pitch.
- the Kick drum: As mentioned above, it's the only non-windows sample in this song. It's a kick drum sample from Roland's TR-909.
- the bass: The Battery Low sounds from Windows XP and Vista have a very deep bass sound in there (which is kinda nonsense since you would probably never notice this on a notebook/tablet speaker which might be the only type of computer where this sound occurs).
- the Hihats: It's the Menu Popup sound from Windows 98 Plus! from its Windows 98 Theme. By the way the Menu Command sound of that theme is an open hihat/cymbal.

Maybe you noticed that I didn't use any Startup sound in here, not even that from WIndows XP which most people like to use in their Windows Remixes. Don't know why, but I think it's not necessary to be in there, as well as the Shutdown sound at the end.

I wonder if I could find a Windows 2000 and/or Windows NT 4.0 PC some day so I could get the sounds from those operating systems as well.

Made with LMMS by the way ;)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 17, 2014

Thanks for the awesome tune!

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K-Pone responds:

I HAVE TO SEE THAT! Thanks for the review! Just show it to me when you used it and uploaded it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars January 19, 2014

a very good music im downloading it

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Oh yeah, thanks


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 24, 2013

What an incredible song

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K-Pone responds:

Thanks :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars July 2, 2013

I can't help but just listening to this for a while.
It's soooo catchy!

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Thanks for the review!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 1, 2013

Very catchy, and dancey, although it gets repetitive after a while. This is definitely one of the better remixes I've heard! The way you have used the Windows sounds is extremely impressive. Your effects and mixing is great. No more words.
Wait. it just looped. Awesome looping, because I don't even think I noticed it start over until the third time. Yeah, the startup sound isn't necessary - I think this sounds just fine without it! Love your bass by the way.
Awesome job! I feel like I'm a ride through a furistic, electronic-theme city. Very colorful sounding. This music should definitely be used in a video. A cool Windows flash or something. :)

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K-Pone responds:

Yes, I agree with you. The old Windows 98 sounds are a quite good contrast to the Windows XP and Windows 7 sounds. They allow to create some beautiful effects such as the Robotz Exit Windows I used for the floating type ambient background effect. The Plus! sounds also give you a huge variety of cool sounds. Also, older WIndows' sounds are kinda like a secret weapon since most Windows remixes use only Windows XP and/or Windows 7 sounds.