You Can Do Magic - America - Custom Backing Track MP3

This title is a cover of You Can Do Magic as made famous by America
Same as the original tempo: 128.97 BPM
In the same key as the original: Em
This song ends without fade out
Duration: 4:10 - Preview at: 2:49
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  • 25 days ago
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    Too much reverb on drums if you take it to -2. I would love reverb button and also TEMPO. Live playing often need s a faster speed. This is a great example. It drags a bit and I will try to get it 10 bpm faster using Audacity
    Please remember that changing the pitch reduces the quality of the audio files. You can still download the tracks you've purchased in a different key, for free. To do so, go to 'My files' and click the 'Pitch' button.
    Concerning the tempo, you can download a free audio software (we recommend Audacity) to modify the tempo of your MP3 tracks!
  • 2 years ago

About You Can Do Magic

Release date: 1973
Format: MP3 320 Kbps
Genres: Pop, Rock, In English
Original songwriter: Russell Glyn Ballard

All files available for download are reproduced tracks, they're not the original music.

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