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I don't know if the term already exists, but this song is a semi-modal shuffle. Modal means that the song is neither major nor minor, while the semi- determins that the song is uses an alternating form of the modal style. Quite hard to get, eh? (Yes, I AM Canadian...)

Put around 4 hours of work on this one. Hope you enjoy, comments or reviews would be appreciated as always!

Gears used:
-Sibelius 1.4 (Composition)
-MIDI to MP3 Converter (Conversion and Editing)
-Cool Edit Pro 2 (Mixing)

Cheers,
Samuel Hébert

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Oh!

-Nice to see another reqest coming from you and on such a short interval from the last one. Shows that you are staying pretty active in the music making which is a good thing. Practice makes perfect is something that works for most stuff.

-Music to my ears to see something of this type of sound. I've heard too many pop and techno oriented songs lately and it's nice to see a change. Loved the jazzy roots that this song is generated around. The piano sounds lovely and the deep tones of the song as a whole blend together nicely.

-Progresses almost perfectly and loops seemlessly. I didn't even notice this was a loop until I checked the length of the song and knew I was on the page much longer than that. Excellent job with this overall.

-Review Request Club

camoshark responds:

Thanks alot, sorry for the late feedback!

Since the very first time I requested song reviews (mid-august), I've almost never skipped a week, and even then, I don't ask for everything I post. I guess you could call that active!

Anyways, great hearing you like it, hope you also enjoy my other stuff!!

Cheers,
Samuel Hébert

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Uploaded
Sep 6, 2010
9:37 PM EDT
Genre
Jazz
File Info
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1.3 MB
1 min 23 sec

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