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Toad's Factory (Mario Kart Wii Transcription)


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Uploaded on Jun 13, 2015

Time for a little bit of a jazzy number. This one's got quite a bit of drumming going, as well as clapping. Forever. Never stop clapping. Also whoops - I've gone and hit my 5 score limit already.

Original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9i3tVM0iRg

videogame music game mario mario kart arrangement mario kart wii wii

Pages 23
Duration 02:28
Measures 41
Key signature 2 flats
Parts 14
Part names Trumpet(3), Tuba, Bass(3), Strings, Piano(3), Percussion(3)
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Well done! It just like the original one!
It doesn't sound exactly the same but this is so jazzy and fun to listen to! Nice job :D
*drives track* *jumps over water on last corner* I got this! *falls in for the 50th time in a row*
it wasn't one of my more favorite levels,but i love the way all the instruments tie together in this wonderful piece of music! AWESOME JOB ON THIS! :O
You should add the FINAL LAP! part where everything speeds up and goes higher! It would be an awesome way to end the song!!!
i am driving this track in my mind right now..... and here we are going 1 MPH in he mud......aaannnndddd it's lap 2...wait where did THAT come from?
Sounds just like the real song! Keep up the great work!
My dude you're actually a god- could you maybe do Electrodrome from Mk8??
Yeah I've been working on it on and off. It should be up eventually (on this account).
Excellent ! This is my favorite theme from MK Wii after Credits 2 ! Thank you very much !
Can you make real endings after the repeat on this, sweet sweet canyon, and bowsers castle? Other than that great job!
This is really good! You should get a pro account or a second account so that none of your music has to be taken off to upload new ones.
Nice work. Well done! Finally, it's nice that someone's doing some MK8 arrangements. I have Wii and 8 and they're both fun, but 8 takes the cake by far. What will you work on next?

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