Sparta Remix Tutorial - DundunDenden (With .veg) Sony Vegas Pro 900:19

Sparta Remix Tutorial - DundunDenden (With .veg) Sony Vegas Pro 9.0

After the first chorus, this segment begins.

It commonly consists of the phrase that the Sparta Remix is based on. It (the phrase/word) is edited to match the beat of the "Dun"s in the background music. It is the easiest part to do in a Sparta Remix, but its hard to do freestyle patterns on it.


  • 1 = 16th note
  • _ = 16th space
  • * = 8th note
  • +# = Pitch shift to raise it by. Example: +3 = raise by +3 semitones
  • -# = Pitch shift to lower it by. Example: -3 = lower by -3 semitones
  • ' = 32th note
  • / = 32th space

Original Pattern



111 * 1_1_22222_2_3_333_3_4_444_44


1_______2_______3_______4*4*4*4*1_______2_______3___3___4*4*4*4*1_1___1_1__1_1_2__2__3*3*3*3*3*3*3*3*1__2__1__2_2_3_3_3_4=4=4=4= [+1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7]1_2__1_2__1_2_1__1__2__1_2_1_2_1__1__1_2_1__1_2_1*1*1*1*1*1*1*1* [-1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7]

Teh Pekos



Siblings Mechanic1c and gamma3adhexius both claim to have coined the term "Dundundenden". The onomatopoeia describes the segment of Sparta Remixes where loud quarter notes are played with silence in-between.

Popular Sparta Remixer Jedi787plus popularized the term.

CloudNinja - This (DunDunDenDen) needs a better name tho

Krasen Mendiola - Maybe (After Chorus)?

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