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~I~N~N~E~R~~S~T~R~E~N~G~T~H - - - - - - - - - - - - - (c) Copyright 1995 LASERLORE / Anasthasia Prod -=========================- My Entry piece for N A I D ────THE APRAXiA FACTOR──── Approximate Lengt 3:45 mins Completed on April 13, 1995 ~A N A S T H A S I A ~ I S Laserlore (Music) Moby (Music) Wizdom (Gfx) Einstein (Code) Xcel (Code) Chames (Code) ─────────────────────────── Greets-> To All in da scene and in the world!. and VERY SPECIAL greets to all the people i met at NAID. "You guys are even cooler off the PC then on the PC!" Email me at: laser_io.org or find me in #trax #coders channels!, pretty nifty eh? nothing here, I suppose
Oh, my... Sensory overload will kick in about a minute into this piece, and won't let you out of your seat until it's over and done with. The song combines elements of chiptune samples with a techno flavour, while adding an extra fullness that you simply can't find in someone without a good amount of musical training, or a hell of a lot of experience. Even the samples play into one another... Chipsounds and others both find their ways in at appropriate times. Laserlore plays the game on all levels with this piece. Imaginative melodies, supportive bass, sub-melodies and sob-modalities that thrive, and even - get this - amazing percussion breaks, with full drum-corps-style tom-tom breakout. This is what I'd call "techno for classical listeners." For all of you who complain about repetitive or boring music, you have no grounds to say anything like that about this breakaway song. Beautiful technical work here. Near-flawless, my greatest surprise comes from how well he managed to integrate all sorts of synths and chipsounds convincingly, without sounding the least bit artificial. Volume effects keep everything balanced properly, and the center channel is unmuddied in the least bit. There's not much to see that would be called 'brilliant' or 'wizardry,' but it's solid without any faults throughout. Pick this mod up, now. Listen to it, and see what meshing styles can produce in a best-case scenario. This 1995 Scream Tracker piece really shows us that our roots are just as impressive as anything modern.