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3.8 MB
4 min 9 sec
4.10 / 5.00

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rock piece i put together, fingerpick, acoustic guits, piano, bass drums



Rated 5 / 5 stars


I particularly liked the piano. :-) I love all your music man you're definitly my second favorite artist, next only to Bad-Man-Inc

Soundshifter responds:

aww nice to hear man, thx:)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

ahhh this music fits what you titled it

C'est vraimants du belle musique et je veux te dir merci pour ca... eh.... i need to practice my french more =/ so if you couldnt make sence of what i said lol i meant Its really some beautiful music... and i want to thank you for it. Very impressive playing

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Soundshifter responds:

lol. aww thanks a lot man, trust me i have to work on it too.. thanks for taking the time to listen and review :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


loved it great work

Soundshifter responds:

thanks a lot dude


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A Pulchritudinous Gem

"Winter in Montreal" is a rare gem within the Newgrounds Audio Portal. Here is a song: it's professionally executed, melodic, and divine. These kinds of songs are extremely hard to find on this portal and here it is. "Winter in Montreal" really lives up to the title in terms of the music; the piano speaks softly and the drums gently help pushes while the guitar adds to the mood. It's a fantastic mixture of the three instruments (and I am sure there is more, but to the amateur ears such as mine, that is what I can hear primarily). I am glad to have run into your music and hope to hear more from you.

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Soundshifter responds:

thanks a lot dude, im really glad you liked it


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nothing short of amazing!

Wasn't sure if it was just a loop of if the song wasn't over yet a few times. You put just about all of your headroom to use, I love that sound!

I can't believe how you made that guitar solo work! Soo emotional! How did you get the guitar solo sound?

Soundshifter responds:

ha thanks man:) well i have this program on my mac (not sure if its for pc) and its called "guitar rig." it has incredible sounds. as for the was all improv. blues scales really help :D