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Apr 28, 2016 | 2:23 PM EDT
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5 MB
2 min 12 sec
4.58 / 5.00

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Dress for success!

Simple bossa loop done in Cubase 7.0

It's almost May already?! I'll try to have more for you to listen to this year :S



Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is very cool! Can I use this for a proyect?

Deemo-R responds:

Yeah, sure thing, feel free to use it for your project!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome! Has all the essential elements of elevator music, which is hard to find on Newgrounds. Hope to hear more :)

Deemo-R responds:

Thanks, glad you liked it! I'm not the greatest with this style, so it'll probably be a while before I do more, haha.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ooh, this is really nice!
It's rare to find someone else who uses Cubase around these parts, too!
The loop is perfect as well ^ ^

Nicely done!

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Deemo-R responds:

Heck yes, it's always awesome to find someone else that uses Cubase! :D
Expensive, certainly, but the interface just feels so comfortable and flexible to me.

Thank you for the feedback! <3


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I was wondering where you've been, this sounds great! Bossa nova chord progressions and rhythm have always interested me so this was an instant 5. You got a really nice mix too. Is this supposed to be like an Animal Crossing shop theme?

Deemo-R responds:

I've been really applying myself at college, it's been a great experience thus far! This bossa nova progression is extremely simple aside from 1:07 where it changes for a bit (though it's not very complicated either once you break it down), but it's the first thing I've uploaded with any real use of extended harmonies. The simplicity also lets it work better as background music in this case. The mix came together pretty nicely with little to no legwork. With proper part-writing and a bit of adjustment to the faders for the instruments coming in too loud (like the organ), it really worked itself out.

I actually went back and listened to some AC music before finishing this up, and it's a lot more minimal than something like this. Still, I kind of intended for it to be a cheesy shop theme for something like that, yeah. I was just going for pretty nondescript so that it could fit into any variety of situations since it's not being made for anything in particular.

Thanks for the support man! I really appreciate it! :)