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"Shamantic" (shamanti.xm)

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  • shamanti.xm is a XM format module. Uncompressed, it is 1.05MB in size and has been downloaded 1290 times since Wed 22nd Jan 2003 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 56829
  • Downloads: 1290
  • Favourited: 1 times
  • MD5: af119bfcc25f617eaa6aa3a05819da13
  • Format: XM
  • Channels: 22
  • Uncompressed Size: 1.05MB
  • Genre: Funk

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  • Member Rating: rating (8 / 10)
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member Posted by christofori on Fri 1st Aug 2003, rated 8 / 10.

This tune's got a great sound. There is a lot of detail in the effects; though I think the panning might be a little wide (too far left and right) in some places. There are some great ambient samples; and the Indian samples also sound great. The different sections in this tune all sound great, and the transitions between them are handled well. The percussion in this tune is pretty interesting; not really something you hear all the time, there's good percussive writing in this tune. Overall, the tune sounds quite good; there could be better stereo work, and perhaps a bit more dynamic work as well; though it's a good tune as-is. Good job! Technically speaking, the tracking in this tune is pretty good; the artist knows how to get the sound he wants. As mentioned above, there could be more dynamic control; stuff fading in and out, as well as showing that kind of dynamic intensity, would really help this tune. The samples all sound great, especially since they're 8-bit; but (when playing the samples individually) you can hear that high-pitched tone generated in some conversion programs when downsampling (this doesn't bear any ill effect for the tune itself, however). There are some very effective envelopes in this tune; though I still think the panning is too wide in some of the instruments. It does look like the artist has taken a lot of time to work the volume and panning envelope timings together, though; many of them are quite good. Overall, this is a great tune with a bit of room to become even better.

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Copyright (c) 1996
 Tommy Fjelldal

Last update:

Duration: 04:44

Indian Vocals

16 bit available

Sample by
 T. Fjelldal/Lancelot

16 bit available

Sample by
 T. Fjelldal/Lancelot
Ghostly Sound

16 bit available

Sample by
 Tommy Fjelldal

Instrument by
 T. Fjelldal/Lancelot

16 bit available

Instrument by
 Tommy Fjelldal
Percussion II

Base II
Cymbal Crash

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