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Capitol Interlude


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psrchisholm

 Genre: Classical
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Mostly a demo of Jam Pack 4: Symphony Orchestra. I limited the song to loops with the "Capitol" keyword; the most common theme, and the one used repeatedly at the end, is the one in the "Capitol C" loops.
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Hits: 3398
Comments: 5
Fans: 2
Plays: 306
Downloads: 140
Votes: 5
Uploaded: Jan 23, 2005 - 09:17:55 PM
Last Updated: Jan 22, 2005 - 10:43:35 PM Last Played: Jun 05, 2019 - 07:54:09 PM
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Hardware:
12" iBook, 1.2 GHz, 768 MB
Software:
GarageBand 2 (iLife '05), Jam Pack 4: Symphony Orchestra
Comments
said 5347 days ago (January 24th, 2005)
Thanks for posting this
I like the even, leisurely, laconic pace and mix of
instruments.
Ahh, there's some brass. Very nice. and Harp at the end.

I need to check out these loops.
And, I believe you are the first JP4 song poster here. :)

Something tells me we're going to get more classical
pieces at MacJams.
said 5347 days ago (January 24th, 2005)
BTW, We have similar backgrounds
I am a software development manager and felt compelled
to explore GarageBand and to create music. I have been a
consumer of music all my life, but this new hobby is at
least as fun as listening to music.
Tom Atwood said 5346 days ago (January 24th, 2005)
Thanks
These loops were very interesting to listen to. I think
Mungo is right about more classical posts...
Check out my latest song called Vanishing Pezzicato
composerclark said 4861 days ago (May 25th, 2006)
Beautiful
This is very beautiful. I love the open sonorities... reminds me a bit of
Aaron Copland - a similar sense of noble simplicity. Nothing there
that shouldn't be. The harmony is very attractive without being
predictable.

I am afraid I don't know anything about how loops work, so I don't
understand the process that led to this, but I can say that the end
result is truly impressive!

I see that, contrary to Tom's and Mungo's expectations/hopes, you
haven't gone on to post many more compositions in the classical
category. I am not sure if you still are around here or not, but I'd
strongly enncourage you to keep composing this way, because the
results are strikingly beautiful.

10-10-10-10
Check out my latest song called A Little Song About Our Mom
Char said 3122 days ago (February 27th, 2011)
I think
this sounds wonderful. It is peaceful and soothing. We can all use some of that in our lives. Thanks.
Check out my latest song called Bound, v2. w Music by Dirigent
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Name: Paul S. R. Chisholm
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Long-time software development geek turned software development manager (turned developer again). Possessor of lots of tunes in my head that want to find a way out. Bought an iBook (12" 1.2 GHz 768 MB) in 2004 pretty much to run GarageBand; the iBook... [see more]

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