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my MCIS orchestral backing track for piano players 7 years 9 months ago #109812

I created a backing track for MCIS that I could play piano along with. I'll share it here. It's kind of neat to finally be accomanied after years of playing that song on the piano solo.

www.mediafire.com/download.php?71s9gpc4ycmm1lm (single file)
www.mediafire.com/download.php?mb3z2d4viyh858d (multitracks of the project)

If you have something like a guitar pedal that sends midi signal, you can start and stop the file by setting up your DAW (digital audio workstation...e.g. pro tools, adobe audition, reaper, cubase, garageband, logic) to play upon recieving your midi signal (a CC signal in this case). Otherwise, you could also set your DAW up with a click-track since the audio is a steady 74 bpm (unlike the album version).
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Re: my MCIS orchestral backing track for piano players 7 years 9 months ago #109815

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It's good :)
I "misused" it and found a way to combine it with sung lyrics...maybe it finds a way on the setlist of my band as a semi-cover.
Thanks a lot.
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Re: my MCIS orchestral backing track for piano players 7 years 9 months ago #109866

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It's good :)
I "misused" it and found a way to combine it with sung lyrics...maybe it finds a way on the setlist of my band as a semi-cover.
Thanks a lot.
Hey, if you ever do anything with it, I'd like to hear it.
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Re: my MCIS orchestral backing track for piano players 7 years 8 months ago #111046

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Wow cool. I would be interested to see what someone could come up with for an interpretation of Mellon Collie as a completed song. I know I'm a little late to the party, it would be also interesting to hear an orchestral backing track for Tonight, Tonight or something.
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