#1November 3rd, 2006 · 09:46 AM
340 threads / 59 songs
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United Kingdom
Synth/Samples - Party Time
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This song is not in a battle


A party song
A happy song

Background:
The drum beat came from royalties free samples MP3 and was the beginning of the song
It was an experiment into understanding the concept of 'drums'

The 'O Le!' comes from a film I'd downloaded of a Granny kicking a baby across a garden ( don't worry I'm not like that, it wasn't real, just well edited)

The bass that comes in is a Triangle2, the synths at the beginning are a CM101 and the Cheeze Machine, there's a Muon Atom in there as well.

This is the original
After making the song I lost all my samples in a crash though I still have the set-up in Cubase its just not the same without those original samples.

Some advice: Always Backup your work

Otherwise:

Party on!

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#2November 3rd, 2006 · 10:17 AM
25 threads / 22 songs
132 posts
Ireland
well it wouldnt make me want to party, its interesting though, and pretty well structured.
the one thing thats a bit annoying is the main di di di di di didi synth, i think its make it sound a bit childish, but apart from that its pretty good.
#3September 16th, 2007 · 08:48 PM
38 threads / 31 songs
91 posts
United States of America
I can understand what kmeroddy means by the synth sounding childish, but it sounds good otherwise. I could see it being played at a parade.
#4September 19th, 2007 · 05:59 PM
340 threads / 59 songs
4,344 posts
United Kingdom
Hey thanks!
It is meant to be 'childlike' , I was a 'child' when I created it and anyway my kid loves it, he still sings it these days! 
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