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Jun 3, 2017 | 4:04 PM EDT
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4.7 MB
5 min 6 sec
4.75 / 5.00

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Hope you enjoy! My first 5 min song! I made this song that every part has a meaning and a short part of the story of the Loyalists. Please correct me if I made a mistake in the short history lesson below XD

0:02 to 1:11: The beginning part of this song is about the Loyalists running away/escaping the territory of the 13 colonnies (or, today's USA) because of the war, and the patriots hated them because they stayed loyal to the king. The Loyalists were excited, but however, they faced many obstacles and dangers on the way.

1:11 to 2:26: This sad part is like a flashback of before they escaped to Canada: Many loyalists witnessed their houses burned down and their crops destroyed by the partriots.

2:27 to 2:58: This is a short repeat of the beginning to bring the energy of this song back up again but still has the same purpose and feeling of the beginning.

2:59 to 3:38: This part has the same feeling/purpose of before and the beginning and is where the drop starts. But I changed some stuff to make the song a bit more interesting.

3:39 to 4:12: A repeat of the sad part, to bring back the bad memories (lol :) )

4:13 to 5:05 (the end of the song): Sadly, the many Loyalists died of starvation and/or the very harsh winter.

That's it class for the short history lesson! Hope you enjoyed :D
P.S. This is a 100% true story and I didn't make it up. Google it if you don't believe me.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Cool song! :)

I like the challenge of making the song evolve according to some story :) Even though it sometimes didn't change naturally enough (to me), it created an awesome atmoshpere :D
(I also like that you chose to depict then 18th century with a techno song :o ;D)

Also, I'm Canadian and I can confirm it's a true story ;)

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ClockbeatAdelony87 responds:

Thank you so much for the review! This was actually inspired by history class and that's why I made it XD
I just love making techno songs (idk why lol) so I made this a techno song.
Thanks for the tip! I'll try to make my songs transition more naturally next time :)