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Ultima Ratio (nebularia_-_ultima_ratio.it)

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  • nebularia_-_ultima_ratio.it is a IT format module. Uncompressed, it is 2.22MB in size and has been downloaded 3219 times since Mon 27th Sep 2010 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 169929
  • Downloads: 3219
  • Favourited: 14 times
  • MD5: cf883c70a3ae136380ad019d39f3eb17
  • Format: IT
  • Channels: 64
  • Uncompressed Size: 2.22MB
  • Genre: Rock (general)

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  • Member Rating: rating (9 / 10)
  • Reviewer Rating: rating (Unrated)

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member Posted by Beyond on Wed 16th Jan 2019, rated 10 / 10.

Jogeir on steroids.........

member Posted by Arne Puszelski on Sat 2nd Oct 2010, rated 10 / 10.

Wow, what a fantasic music!!!
Absolutely great idea, melody, backgound, bass line, drums, .... and so on. Listen to this music and you will get into another world. So much influence of different music styles in one music - only great. I think this music is more than a 9+ - it's almost 11. Thank you for this fantastic track!!!

member Posted by Jakim on Mon 27th Sep 2010, rated 9 / 10.

Jogeir's influences are obvious here. Nevertheless, great, complex tune. Outstanding sound. 9+

member Posted by Saga Musix on Mon 27th Sep 2010, rated 10 / 10.

Anyone who's going to vote this with less than 10 must have lost it - What we have here is one of the most perfect pieces of music ever written in a tracker. 12 minutes of high fidelity tracking work - Words are not enough to describe this. You just have to see and listen for yourself - it's definitely worth it.

(PS: Don't even think about opening it in MilkyTracker or any other XM tracker).

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Info Internal Texts *

            Ultima Ratio

         Composed and Arranged by Nebularia

      This one was definitely  the most serious work
   of mine when finished (now I've found a couple of
   controversial harmonic solutions that sound quite
   irritating to my ear!). It has influences (I hope
   not too  clearly)  from Jogeir  Liljedahl,  Bjorn
   Lynne and  Vangelis,  but also  from Kenny  G and
   even Queen.  I guess  I spent  about  100 working
   hours (about 3 months) with this one.

      This tune uses IT resonant filtering so you'll
   need an MMX system to get a correct output. Also,
   it  uses  a *LARGE*  amount  of  channels  and  I
   recommend   you  have   at  least   130  channels
   available.  Otherwise you  might want  to use the
   disk writer device.

      Also, PLEASE  avoid using  external IT players
   with this  module!  The only  external  IT player
   that  produces  an acceptable  output is  XMPlay,
   although it's not perfect, either.

      I   only   tested   XMPlay   1.7   (noticeably
   different  but not  annoying)  since  the channel
   limit of 96 in ModPlug Player is too low, anyway.

      Although  XMPlay does  the job  pretty well, I
   highly  recommend  that you  stick  with  Impulse
   Tracker 2.14p5.

      I squeezed the file  size of this module about
   60% of the  original! I hope I  managed to retain
   decent sound quality.


      Samples from Sweetwater's K2000 Sounds Archive
   MAZ    (http://www.maz-sound.com/),     Soundwave
   myself and  some unknown  sources (sorry  for the
   missing credits).


      Copyright:  This composition  is (C) 2000 Tomi
   Jylhä-Ollila. Don't release or otherwise use this
   composition  for  other  than  your own  personal
   purposes without my permission.  Feel free to use
   my  samples  in  your  own  unique  compositions.
   However,  you're not  allowed to  distribute  the
   samples as such. In other case please contact me.


      Make sure  you pay a  visit to my  web site at
   http://nebularia.cjb.net/!  There are  more tunes
   available there  for download,  CD albums by many
   famous composers  from the  computer  music scene
   and (possibly)  interesting  articles  related to
   tracking, MP3 and more!

      Email: tjo_nebularia.cjb.net

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