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"Crossfire" Now uploaded to Purevolume!

Started by madnessxxi, July 21, 2008, 01:49:14 am

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madnessxxi

Hey guys!

I've just uploaded the song "Crossfire" to Purevolume so now you can listen it in good quality  8)

Please follow the link
www.purevolume.com/madnessxxi

You'll find my new song and the old ones (Hiding The Sun - Fake - Massive)


Cheers!

DJ_Omnimaga

Awesome song :) did you used the program samples for this one?
Omnimaga/TIMGUL founder and former TI-83+/84+ BASIC/Hybrid/Axe programmer



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madnessxxi

No, it's all made by me  8)

I used some program samples in my other song "Rise of the Empire". The guitar solos are really hard to make

DJ_Omnimaga

true, I never managed to get decent guitar/rock melodies with MTVMG. Zapphanath did, though, as well as you ^^
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Not a Number

As with any riff that uses 16th-notes (or semiquavers as I was taught them to be), a complex melody can be tricky to make. I usually stick to arpeggios and chord-notes.

I'm hoping to do a cover of one song that's pretty much guitar-solo, but as it completely whores the 16th-notes, I don't think producing and recording off the emulator will be a good idea. ;) (the original of the song actually uses 24th-notes and I think there's the odd 32nd- as well, but I can compromise)

.:DJ Droppin:.

Ah yeah sounds better with the better sound quality.... Nice work.
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