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Info Summary

  • znm-wopeace.it is a IT format module. Uncompressed, it is 1.28MB in size and has been downloaded 6711 times since Thu 27th Jan 2005 :D

Info Info

  • Mod Archive ID: 64023
  • Downloads: 6711
  • Favourited: 12 times
  • MD5: 7289eec5ead65f6aef3320466df579cb
  • Format: IT
  • Channels: 25
  • Uncompressed Size: 1.28MB
  • Genre: Electronic - Ambient

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Rating Ratings

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


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Comments Your Comments

member Posted by HaMeD on Sat 25th Mar 2017, rated 9 / 10.

good track trance song but may a little innovation in its mix lead the song to a better song
whatever this song is live and hear friends.

member Posted by videogameboy76 on Thu 28th Feb 2013, rated 9 / 10.

libmodplug (as of version 0.8.8.4) silences a channel when S99 (sound control effect: reverb on) is applied because the reverb sound effect does not work.

If you simply delete the very first row of pattern 0, then the song will play with any player that uses libmodplug. Of course, without reverb, it isn't quite the same, but still an extraordinary song.

FYI - I am the member that wrote the original review for this song, which now appears as submitted via a placeholder account.

Modsrule! (that's an inside joke for any old-school modarchive reviewers)

member Posted by goose on Tue 8th Dec 2009, rated 7 / 10.

This indeed is a good song. I'm no musical expert, but I give it only an 7: where it excelled with good rhythm and "catchiness," it was repetitive and lacked in any challenging musical techniques.
In response to another comment which expressed a frustration with libmodplug, I use debian-distro linux and at first was unable to hear anything but a beat. However, unzipping the file, I can (or so I believe) hear the song in its full glory. Libmodplug is for the xmms sound player, but xmms died with xmms2. Try using Audacious. As far as I can tell, it has no dependency on libmodplug, though I could be mistaken. With the associated plugins, everything should work fine.

member Posted by bazeforce on Wed 29th Jul 2009, rated 10 / 10.

Wow. Great melody, perfect samples. I love this tune!

member Posted by GreaseMonkey on Mon 15th Jun 2009, rated 9 / 10.

Uhhh... this doesn't work on any libmodplug players, ironically... or SchismTracker... I haven't tested it on ImpulseTracker, but I have a feeling it might not even work on that.
Honestly, this thing works better on Mikmod than any libmodplug stuff.
It works on OpenMPT but 1. I have to use Wine to run it (I use FreeBSD), as it's essentially a Windows application, and 2. that takes ages to respond.
I quite like this track, but PLEASE, PLEASE, *PLEASE* avoid using modplug extensions at all costs if you're going to release anything to modarchive!

member Posted by HyoChan on Thu 21st May 2009, rated 10 / 10.

Yes, this song really is outstanding. Perfectly well-balanced instruments (which is of good quality also), great transitions into the different parts of the song, partly thanks to the great use of effects. Wonderful melodies.

This song is warmly recommended.

member Posted by BtMe on Thu 21st May 2009, rated 9 / 10.

Still a classic track this one love the melodies :) awesome tune

member Posted by snake664 on Wed 20th May 2009, rated 10 / 10.

I heard this song somewhere here in italy; maybe someone played this in a disco.
Very good song!

member Posted by Saga Musix on Tue 15th May 2007, rated 10 / 10.

this is one of best modules i have ever heard! the mix is very professional, the melodie aswell as the techniques are superb! but hey, this is not ambient at all - this is trance :D really good trance. believe me :)

member Posted by TMA Placeholder Account on Fri 13th May 2005, rated 10 / 10.

Wow... another extraordinary melodic trance song by Zanoma (Marwan Green Critter). This song was well worth the wait, having been composed in 2001 and uploaded just recently in 2005. Like all of Zanoma's previous works, this song is a technical and musical masterpiece. The main melody begins immediately, which can be likened to an emotionally uplifting arpeggio. As the song progresses, more and more complexity is applied, especially when the song hits it's trance aspect versus the atmospheric opening. This part is the most striking - the melody remains identical, but is instead composed of quickly stepping harmonics, giving the song a definite pulse. Midway through the song, the song switches pace and melody, becoming pure electronic trance, building anticipation for the finale, which is a return to the original melody whilst reapplying all the previous ground covered in the song. The music rating of this song is probably more accurately an 9 due to the fact that the same melody is used throughout (which is why it is trance, I guess), which can make it lacking in repeat listenability value. The reason I put it at 10 is because I realized that this song has extraordinary potential, due to the strength of the melody and the fact that it is one of the most emotionally uplifting pieces I have found on the Mod Archive. Very rarely due you have a song that actually inspires feelings like this one. Zanoma remains in my estimation one of the most tecnically well-versed trackers in the entire modscene. This song demonstrates his volume and portamento wizardry, and is a shining example of how to track a song professionally. If the makers of ModPlug knew what he could do with their product, I am quite positive they would be proud.


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Info Internal Texts *

World of Peace

Composed by Zanoma

Date of completion:
October 10th 2001 (Revised on August 18th 2002)
Released on January 27th 2005

Time : 5 minutes 20 seconds
Speed: 137 bpm
Style: Melodic Trance
Software used: ModPlug Tracker 1.16 (www.modplug.com)

Song info:
No emotions, no worries.
This is the world of peace.

This is a very old song of mine... It's composed in the year 2001, but it
wasn't until 4 years later that I decided to release this piece in
Modarchive. Okay, so I admit... I uploaded this song just so that I can
sign up as an artist in Modarchive so that I can put up some more
explainations about my songs. I've been having lots of e-mails from game
developers who want to use my songs in their games, and I just have to do
this.

Please, play on ModPlug Tracker 1.16 or higher or ModPlug Player 1.46 or
higher only!

Technical option:
Please set Reverb to "Auditorium" and move the slider to precisely in
between Low and High. Do not enable Reverb. (This module has already being
set to internally enable the reverb effect on only certain channels.
However, you can optionally delete all S99 commands at the beginning in
the first pattern and it can still sound right. That is if you don't mind
having no nice reverb in this song...)
Please do not enable Surround or even AGC.

All song patterns data are copyrighted by me. All samples data are
copyrighted by respective owners, whoever you are.

Visit my site:
http://www.geocities.com/zanoma84 (My old Angelfire page is now no more.)

MP3 music page: http://www.soundclick.com/zanoma
(Also where my best productions are posted)

I might remix this music soneday...

















lead
bass
kick
hihat open
clap1
clap2
snare
ride cymbal
hihat closed 2
cymbal
strings
kick reverb
sfx1
sfx2
synth
hihat closed

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