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|Aftermath (MIDI, 2.8kb, 1' 27", prickly) by Daniel Rowe|
|The Wizard (wav version) (WAV, 17.4Mb, 1' 43", halloween/ska) by Daniel Rowe|
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|The Wizard (MIDI, 5.9kb, 1' 43", halloween/ska) by Daniel Rowe|
|Tumulus (MIDI, 8.0kb, 2' 05", halloween/blues) by Daniel Rowe|
|Bloody Mary (MIDI, 11.9kb, 1' 32", halloween) by Daniel Rowe|
|The Three Ages of Man (MIDI, 34.9kb, 0' 51", illustrative) by Daniel Rowe|
|Dead End (MIDI, 90.9kb, 1' 2", halloween) by Daniel Rowe|
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Saturday 22nd January 2005 - Pylon - - copyright © 2005 Keith Bramich, all rights reserved. (8 k, 96 sec)
22nd January 2002 - Waltz I - - another romantic waltz (for Irene). Copyright © 2002 by Tom Moir. (19 k, 149 sec)
January 22nd 1999 - CRF - (30 k, 528 sec)
(From 19 November 1997 until 18 November 2006 we featured one new original MIDI file each day - there are well over 3000 of these, and we'll feature some different ones each day. These are all smallish MIDI files, and suitable for downloading quickly via dial-up connections.)
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Dan's remixes (posted by Patrick May, 8 Sep 2016, 00:28)
|Dan, cool stuff! That's an interesting interpretation of my song 'Johnny'. The ending is especially interesting - you seem to have emphasized the sombre emotional tone which was present in the original version of the song. |
Your version of Blarg is cool too. It has your distinctive style, but it maintains the character of the original song.
If you want to do more, I encourage it. Combining ideas from two or more songs is a cool idea, it'd be interesting to hear the result.
"Johnny" Remix (posted by Dan Rowe, 25 Aug 2016, 07:04)
|Patrick has invited people to feel free to remix his work. It was fun working on an old tune of his. I worked in a few ideas of my own, trying not to alter his original concept too much. Did I go too far, Patrick, or not far enough? If you like the result, I'd love to try it again with a different song; or maybe combine ideas from two or more songs, for fun.|