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// mystique part two // (myst2.s3m)

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  • myst2.s3m is a S3M format module. Uncompressed, it is 649.04KB in size and has been downloaded 9082 times since Wed 1st Jan 1997 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 54051
  • Downloads: 9082
  • Favourited: 11 times
  • MD5: 53d34a910dd1a794152df7f33f0ae272
  • Format: S3M
  • Channels: 12
  • Uncompressed Size: 649.04KB
  • Genre: Rock (general)

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member Posted by BirdTho on Wed 20th Jul 2022, rated 10 / 10.

I first listened to this after downloading it from dial-up AOL 3.0. In those days, AOL had a file-sharing system and people uploaded mods.
This is one of my most listened-to mods. The composition, changes, and different segments altogether make it awesome. Not as repetitive as many mods, and filled with a sense of majesty.

member Posted by m0d on Wed 7th Feb 2007, rated 10 / 10.

I happen to agree with the comment by electrolyte on this one, It's definitly worth the download - clocking in at over 7 minutes it provides a varying backdrop to any activity you might be doing at the computer. Oldskool s3m wooo! :)

member Posted by Nia on Tue 6th Feb 2007, rated 10 / 10.

First time I heard this was in the game called Uplink by Introversion. When I heard this, I thought I was listening to some digital file such as OGG/MP3 - when I got my bonus CD, boy was I wrong! I can't believe how well this is tracked, it's absolutely superb.

member Posted by Ryan Avery on Wed 30th Jun 1999, rated 9 / 10.

Was this tracked? It would be very hard to tell if compared to an MP3 file, or even a song off of a popular CD. To sum this song up: Professionally done. The music is well done (well layed-out, I might add), it is pleasing to the ear, it never gets boring due to the variety thrown in, and it all stays within reality (compared with some tracks that go off on extreme tangents). I must say, there are only minor complaints: The ending was a bit ho-hum, and there were a couple of sections which I felt didn't fit well with other sections (the second complaint is merely my own opinion, however). Basically, I didn't give this track a 10 because I don't give ANY track a 10, unless it is PERFECT in every regard. This is one of the closest attempts I have heard to a 10. File size is very nice (400K compressed), there are only 12 channels in the track, and it has a rich, full-bodied sound. So, how does he do it? Well, I know for a fact that I'm going to check out Timelord's techniques, to see if I might learn something useful. Pretty much everything in this track is excellent: drums, lead, background synths/bass, and ambient sounds. Thus, the only thing I can do is to recommend everyone download this track.

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Info Internal Texts *

 //  M y s t i q u e //
//  P a r t  T w o  //

Second episode of a music
trilogy by Timelord

    06 / 01 / 1995

see READ.TXT for info

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