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Surreal Passage (SURRPASS.S3M)


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  • SURRPASS.S3M is a S3M format module. Uncompressed, it is 508.47KB in size and has been downloaded 9902 times since Wed 1st Jan 1997 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 54408
  • Downloads: 9902
  • Favourited: 2 times
  • MD5: f2f6f03049e57d73487a4c22fd89034e
  • Format: S3M
  • Channels: 8
  • Uncompressed Size: 508.47KB
  • Genre: Trance - Dream

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member Posted by TMA Placeholder Account on Sun 29th Nov 1998, rated 10 / 10.

The right tune for a rainy evening, when you sit alone in your living-room, drinking a hot tea and listening to this ambient spacy and dreamy track. You listen to the nice melody, to the nice relaxing sounds and to the nice slow beats. If you do not like classic or tecno, then is this tune the right tune for you!! Enjoy it! If you really listen to this tune, you will detect the silent beats in a way you never heard it before! The crossing from one melody in the refrain is very well done. I liked the ?Toms? very much and also the background crossing from one spacy sound! A very slow and nice tune!! :-)


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Info Internal Texts *



Composed by ...
Ryan Cramer of
Renaissance & Iguana
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Samples are original
please don't rip them
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x3.freetime.major
x3.freetime.sus2

x3.fx.neutron
x3.drbass
x3.ravekit.fence
x3.leed
x3.drumhit.001
newage.crash
x3.velogate.003
x3.arcoattack
x3.choirLR.sus2
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x3.gm.oboe
x3.fatslapbass
x3.jazzkit.reversecymb
x3.totalkit.congo1
x3.totalkit.congo2
fx.engine
x3.totalkit.congo3
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Composed for the
Epidemic Multigroup
Musicdisk - Sept '94

Written using Renaissance's
Multitracker, and converted
to a S3M for the music disk

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