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Released: Feb 18, 2016 | 5:56 PM
Category: Rock
Application: GarageBand
Loop Use: Some loops

File Type: .mp3 [use AAC]
File Size: 6.77 MB

Plays: 425
Downloads: 0
Weekly Plays: 6
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Thursday

License: No derivative works allowed
Song: Trust
Album: The Rock & Roll Show
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Remixed to suppress ear-shattering high end frequency. Enjoy! Drums are loops.
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℗ 2016 Neumuzik. All rights reserved.

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BigJimSlade Artist

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Honestly, I enjoyed the parts without the horns much more. I felt like I was at Mardi Gras in 'Nawlins with those horn sounds. Not that that is a bad thing.... smiley The other parts, for me, were very enjoyable!
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Neumuzik Artist

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BigJimSlade wrote:
Honestly, I enjoyed the parts without the horns much more. I felt like I was at Mardi Gras in 'Nawlins with those horn sounds. Not that that is a bad thing.... smiley The other parts, for me, were very enjoyable!


I'm glad you gave me the brutal truth, Jim. Why did you not like the horns? Too slow? Not real enough? Not loud enough? I'm listening!
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BigJimSlade Artist

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Oh, it's not that I didn't like them, they were maybe too "dirge-like" (just to me) and don't take that as criticism - just as personal taste. Perhaps if they were an octave higher it would have been more palatable to my ears. However, I liked the song very much as a whole and just inputted my non important mini-thoughts on the horns. Who knows, maybe you faked me out by being unconventional and in that respect you deserve kudos for using out of the box sounds. All in all, great job for always using a different approach to you music and sounds. It continues to make me think about how you construct, arrange, and create and that makes me a better player AND listener. Drinks on me tonight, Maestro.
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Neumuzik Artist

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BigJimSlade wrote:
Oh, it's not that I didn't like them, they were maybe too "dirge-like" (just to me) and don't take that as criticism - just as personal taste. Perhaps if they were an octave higher it would have been more palatable to my ears. However, I liked the song very much as a whole and just inputted my non important mini-thoughts on the horns. Who knows, maybe you faked me out by being unconventional and in that respect you deserve kudos for using out of the box sounds. All in all, great job for always using a different approach to you music and sounds. It continues to make me think about how you construct, arrange, and create and that makes me a better player AND listener. Drinks on me tonight, Maestro.


Toast! (clink!)
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Ha-ha! Indeed!
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