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So it Begins...

The first tests have begun with my new software. This was so worth maxing my visa :D.

I think it's high time I stepped away from vocals for the next while and found my roots again.

So here it is, oh yes... here it is my friends.

Fun Facts:

- There are 16 different tracks on this song. Featuring 13 different instruments.
- That haunting instrument you hear half way through, is called a Duduk.
- The total time it took me to write this was about 6 hours. Spanning over 6 days.
- Every instrument is played in Real-Time using my piano keyboard.
- I danced around my room naked with my paintball gun to this music... and you should too!
- 10 Cans of Pepsi were consumed during the making of piece.
- My dog does not like this song... and neither does anyone else when I blast it in my room.
- I always try to post new songs on Wednesdays.
- A piano can be found in every single one of my songs... somewhere. This will never change.

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OMG!

This is so good i had to listen to it a second time.


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GASP!!!

Simply amazing, my good sir.

/=Stingray=\



pretty good

very epic sounding....you know...EPIC...like great battle aftermath sound.



orales

magnifico trabajo,. lo bueno es que te divtiste, y talvez por eso, ese baile desnudo esas pepsis, esque saluio tan misteriosa, penetrante y pues buena, :D


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MilkMan-Dan responds:

Gracias seƱorita


Its so cool :D

Yup, this is a good piece.I can hear all the intruments and there doesn't seem to be an imbalance in sound.Your pretty good at this I must say.I never seen a duduk before though.Well that's all.Oh and congrats on making it on the Weekly Best.


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MilkMan-Dan
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Uploaded
Apr 9, 2008
2:50 AM EDT
Genre
Classical
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3.7 MB
4 min 2 sec

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