A Sunny March Afternoon

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Mar 5, 2017 | 9:21 AM EST
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5.2 MB
4 min 40 sec
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This song is soft, instrumental electronic music. What's special here is that all chords and riffs only use six different notes: c#, d, e, f#, a and h (or b for english listeners).

The idea came to me from a discussion I saw on the internet, stating that "most popular music only uses half of the notes available on a keyboard". There are twelve different notes in western music, so naturally half of that would be six notes. At first I didn't think that six notes would be enough to build a varied enough song, but here it is.

Later on this year, this song might appear on an album on my YouTube channel, which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSsCYDqUp_jspzeUCvZ7h5w

Composition and arrangement by H0dari.

Software used: Fl Studio 12 and Audacity.


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