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after-the-rain (after-the-rain.mod)


Info Summary

  • after-the-rain.mod is a MOD format module. Uncompressed, it is 60.59KB in size and has been downloaded 1927 times since Mon 13th Sep 2004 :D

Info Info

  • Mod Archive ID: 122449
  • Downloads: 1927
  • Favourited: 5 times
  • MD5: 0b8a1301f9c14a3ab0336d4977a17381
  • Format: MOD
  • Channels: 4
  • Uncompressed Size: 60.59KB
  • Genre: Chiptune

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  • Member Rating: rating (8 / 10)
  • Reviewer Rating: rating (Unrated)

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member Posted by -deleted- on Mon 14th Dec 2015, rated 8 / 10.

Very catchy, fast paced song, circa 1990. Its title is fitting, as it carries somewhat of a "post-apocalyptic" mood. The melodies are unique and varied in notes, but sharing the same general rhythm. The eight samples are of varying quality, from the ST-01 brass sound to the high quality timpani-like sound. The drum samples are fairly low quality but awesome sounding in use. The sudden cut off at the end is disappointing; a fade would have been more appropriate.

member Posted by gCrusher on Wed 16th Jul 2014, rated 9 / 10.

One of the first non-joint stereo mods I heard. There's something about that driving tune that really caught me. A lot of work went into the creation of this piece.

member Posted by videogameboy76 on Tue 5th Mar 2013, rated 7 / 10.

This is a classic module that is little known due to it not having any artist attribution, but it's definitely catchy! With it's pop/rock sound and twangy synths, it's a very listenable tune for being a 4 channel MOD.

Back in the mid-90's it was noteable as being the main overworld theme in the hugely popular Macintosh adventure/role-playing game Realmz by FantaSoft (Tim Phillips). The most popular tracking software for the Mac at the time was PlayerPro by Antoine Rosset. He produced a very popular MOD player plugin that was used by a lot of game developers, including FantaSoft. The PlayerPro tracker remains one of the most feature-rich trackers to this day, with a variety of editor display formats including the classic tracker pattern note row/channel column view, and the musical notation view.

PlayerPro exists to this day on SourceForge:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/playerpro/

Realmz has long since been ported to the PC, and remains a highly addictive and fun game. Tim Phillips developed a scenario creation application (Divinity) which allows anyone to create a scenario (essentially it's own game using the Realmz engine) with its own world, plotline, bestiary, and items.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Realmz


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Info Internal Texts *



ST-13:claps4
ST-12:distbass2
ST-07:bass2
ST-01:synbrass
ST-12:bdrumi
ST-13:syntbd
ST
ST-13:ORDERSNARE3
ST-03:call
ST

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