Idunno if it's aptly-named, but..
... it's got a nice relaxing, semi-Latin sound to it. I dig.
Thank you dude with a hat
Yeah, I see what you mean, I guess someone liked both of them....
Very nice, Good bass and guitar playing. Like that solo at the end. Are the drums programmed? They sound great as well.
The thing about the program I'm using is that it's limited... I have small flicks I have to mess around with to make them sound better... still, though, I have fun making it.
For the drums I had to mess around a little with that.... They have some very nice drum beats on the program. You can get the program by going to my page, and it' free!
Thanks for your review
It was a great song. Great guitar work and great smoothness. Nice job.
Once apon a time there was a chicken in a lounge chair. He was listening to Iplaygame's version of a song called "Swing" (c). He was enjoying it so much, he did not really notice that his cigar was about to fall off. He Dosed off and began to smell something good. "I wonder what it is!" he pondered in exclaiment. He jumped to his feet and began "bocking" so to say when he saw himself on fire. He was yelling and screaming at the top of his lungs, "GOD HELP ME GOD HELP ME!" The end of the story did not end very well, because you see that God could not speak the language of chicken, because he got annoyed of it.
this really does sound like some tropical level of a video game XD I like it, and the volume issue really doesn't matter much.
The only thing you lost points on is the fact that, since it's such a short piece, you should have made it a loop... though it is fairly nice as a loop lol great job overall!
btw, I'm gonna use this in my game!
Awesome. I'm glad you liked. If you didn't alread guess, this was a trial version program that I'm using. But all I can say is, make the animation good! :P
Love the use of the guitar. Gives the song some real character. The last half is especially good. This should be in videogames!
Thank you. I'm glad that you enjoyed.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.