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Canon (Soft-trance remix)

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Author Comments

A trance remix of the classical song Canon by Pachelbell, made by me and Spiriax. Enjoy!

Reviews


Oh wow! I love it. Actually, I love most of the techno/dance versions of these classical songs.
I think it would be a perfect song for a puzzle/problem solving game. Keep up the good work! :)



Now, this song is just awesome. I love this version of the song, it's so good. Much, much better than the original and other versions. I loved it for so many years.



Pleasent

~~REVIEW~~
Fantastic outcome on this, it was brilliant from the start starting off soft and just flowing through to the end, so this gave me a very soothing and pleasent feel from start to finish, the keyboard was the focus it seemed here and you played it well, you didnt go too hard but you made do with it and it turned into a great soothing piece, so awsome job on this and i was very pleased with this and the outcome, as to make this better? i think its ok, but if anything maybe some changes in tempo here and there just to give it something differant.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Some tempo changes could be placed but as is, its great and pleasent sounding, nice work indeed.



Your right on key!

Not only is your rendition spot on note wise but it build progressively! This is the kind of effect that musicians strive for (note: real musicians). I truely love the remix with a good drum track that builds and dosn't over power the melody!



0;) so peacefull.........................

love it! it remindes me of bambi


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Credits & Info

c-choirboy
Author

Listens
28,065
Downloads
2,394
Votes
2173
Score
4.64 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 11, 2007
6:04 PM EST
Genre
Trance
File Info
Song
3 MB
3 min 47 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.