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    Biracfin243 commented  · 

    Sorry! I forgot to add the Both category to part 1 of my ideas.

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    In most college drumlines, there are 7 bass drummers. I think it would be great to have those extra 2 drums. It would make the creativity in the marching percussion even greater. Preferable pitches would be D, F#, D, A, D, F#, D (bottom to top). The preferable drum sizes for the samples would be 28", 26", 24", 22", 20", 18", 16"

    Biracfin243 commented  · 

    The bass drums are very nice and help with my drumline notations, but the bass drums are not in tune with each other. If you could please retune them into a much more desirable pitch, that would be great. My suggested pitches are D, A, D, F#, A (bottom to top).

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    Biracfin243 commented  · 

    You can do a lot to a song with a little bit of electronic sound (great for video game medley's). It also sounds really cool and a lot people can put a bunch of creativity and originality to it.

    The type of 8-Bit sound comes from the kid's show "Adventure Time with Finn and Jake" in their quite recent episode "Food Chain."

    I suggest giving it a try because why not. Plus, you do need more Synthesizer (and 8-Bit is technically Synthesizer too). I really hope people love my idea and please support it. Thank You! :)

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