The Rebound (fzmx-the_rebound.mptm)
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--fuzion_mixer presents-- " T h e R e b o u n d " \/\Done within 1 week!/\/ The first .mptm track I've ever done and posted --------=on TMA=-------- _________________________ Song Length: 4m 43s Song Style: Trance/Dance Song BPM: 149BPM Song Speed: 6 Song Key: A# _________________________ Special thanks to: - Tracker Discord - MW Discord - My new classmates 23/02/18 (DD/MM/YY) -fuzion_mixer trancesaw1 kick3 distloop clap 909hat TR909 Snare Drum closedhat Ride Cymbal Wood Block Crash Cymbal Solbass Orchestra Strings G4 DD3 Snare Drum C3 C4 Freqsweep MS20 Bass