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Ian_E - Roll a Tide!

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This song was made in 2015!

Sorry, Clemson fans, but just for the Alabama win, I had to submit this. I'm actually a Clemson fan, but just because they won, I made it.

"Owen, I have the best name and idea for a song. How about 'Roll a Tide!'"

"Dude, really, you gotta do that. How about you have like a cool beat? You know, repetitive."

And that was all I could work with. A "cool" beat. Well, it was weird at first, but changing beats every time, that made it better.

Dedicated to Charlie :)

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Nice song

The track used was nice and set the tone as it was differant and allowed for everything else to to flow I am proud to say that this was pretty impressive, a good sound. a good unique sound at that, Sokeep up that style as you know what you are doing. Anyways nice work. A nice song you have here and I love all the little extra sounds kind of like a fast paced game and what not, seems like you could extend it with some other instraments for more of a song feel. And with all that said I hope that this could become even better then it already is, I found it interesting and entertaining, could use that tad bit more. but honestly you have pretty much impressed me with this fine track already, hope you keep up that aspect side of things.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
So with this where do I start for ideas of improving With music its allways a hard choice, seems like you could extend it with some other instraments for more of a song feel.

~X~

IanEllard responds:

It's hard to do that because my soundboard is so limited.

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IanEllard
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Jan 12, 2016
3:22 PM EST
Genre
Drum N Bass
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2.4 MB
2 min 40 sec
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