INDONESIAN MIDI SONG

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harodilia
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2005/09/07 08:49:01 (permalink)

INDONESIAN MIDI SONG

Hi ... friend
My name is Harkuswo, from Indonesia.
I use Cakewalk Pro Audio and Sonar.
Here i invite you to listen to my various style of music I have sequenced.
Please follow this link http://www.harodilia.com/my_midifiles.html
I need your comment.
Thank you
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    reallifer
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    RE: INDONESIAN MIDI SONG 2005/09/07 22:24:05 (permalink)
    Welcome to the song forum. I listened to the first piece and it was arranged nicely. I know its a big expense but your music will sound great once you start investing in some high end pluggins.
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    Troy
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    DX1451
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    RE: INDONESIAN MIDI SONG 2005/09/11 14:31:45 (permalink)
    Hi, new member, and welcome! I just heard your Bali vs Palang composition. Downloaded and opened it in my SONAR sequencer no problem. It certainly does look, and sound, like you put some time into polishing this up. You seem to leave such things as panning and the chorus/reverb effects to the discretion of the listener? That is okay by me. I did see that you have different velocity levels for all the tracks. All in all, for MIDI, this is a very good job. MIDI files do download very quickly and that's why I like it.

    F-A-C-E is a Fmaj7 chord
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