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February 11th, 2010

Rootsy solo mandolin cue, part of a "matched set" to be used in different places in a podcast, radio show, or video. The set contains segments from a second or two up to about a minute, to be used for cues, hits, bumps, interstitials and voiceovers.

The music is a roundback mandolin from 1900 improvising in the key of G. The feel is uptempo, traditional, natural, organic, old time, americana.

I'd be grateful for feedback on what worked and what didn't. How is the sound quality? Are there lengths of cue that you needed that weren't here?

I'm happy to do custom recordings to fill in the gaps. My music blog is at http://soupgreens.om. My email address is lucas@gonze.com.

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    iamsound_uk 7 months, 1 week ago

    Brilliant, thanks for sharing!

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    sinisterprada 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    very amazing and good work !

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    johnrico2000 1 year, 7 months ago

    Very nice. I'm using it in my Android game "Hungry Archie" as a background music for the levels.

    Link to Play Store: http://goo.gl/SWuHL

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    MincingAAAE 2 years, 3 months ago

    Really "charming" I think that's the right word. And fills with life and happyness. I got here by searching "happy Music".
    The sort of stuff I was looking for.

    By the way, Would you mind If I use this song for some sort of videos I'll make. We'll be used as Background music for part of the video Vlog like style. And, also for some other Zombie-comedic videos as well... Ya' know. You need to be happy when fighting zombies...

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    demondon 2 years, 5 months ago

    love it!

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AIFF (.aiff)
Duration
00:45:151
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3.8 MB
Samplerate
44100.0 Hz
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16 bit
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