Erie Celebration

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Victory theme with an creepy touch


Its a' me! Dunnanunna!

Great victory! Starts out creepy, but the drum effects afterward with the piano sound great Oh, and where do ya get the materials to make songs? You have inspired me to make my own lol.

Rythim-Man responds:

Look for what suits u best. The best artists seem to like Fruity Loops, but I myself like to be different and use finale allegro. FL is probably better, I'm trying to get that too.


Hey you recently reviewed one of our songs (Thank you for the good review). I wanted to check out your stuff, very cool. Is that all keyboards or soft synths. Im gonna check out some more of your stuff, I like all kinds of music and I also record all types. Good luck and keep recoeding.

Rythim-Man responds:

Finale Allegro 2005 comes already installed with soft Synth, a type of VST or the sort that has sound fonts of instruments. It attempts to automaticly make the instruments realistic and reverb them to a nice caliber. You can download the demo but it won't let you save. However a smaller version "Finalenotepad" is free and is not too far different from it. It uses another version of softsynth than I.

You get a whole set of instruments and some drums (which are difficult to use without extensive practice).

This song uses piano, and a synthesizer, trumpet and or trombone (i forget), guitar, xylaphone (however you spell it), and drum set (which includes atleast half of the percussion available in the whole program). I think xylaphones are only on Allegro though.

The weird thing about this song is that it's erie, then happy, then weird...then happy....then ceepy. It's the type of Celebration you have when your not sure it's over yet. ....creepy =\

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3.51 / 5.00

Feb 11, 2006
12:36 PM EST
General Rock
File Info
2.2 MB
2 min 21 sec

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