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Brujah

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Lost Labyrinth
« on: May 27, 2008, 14:09:20 »

I am the programmer of the game Lost Labyrinth.
This is our homepage: www.lostlabyrinth.com

We already use 2 module that I found here. They are called ballada.mod and archonsoflight.xm.
As it is an open source project we are making progress in getting part of the big distributions (ubuntu/debian/fedora). But for that we need music that is under a licence that can be used for that. This means:

-Any Creative Commens without the Nc (NonCommercial) clause
-GPL
-Ethymonics Free Music License
-Free Art License (license art libre)
-Design Science License
-Public Domain

Maybe somebody can give me a hint who composed these 2 tracks?
Or maybe there is another nice music somewhere here that I can use as a replacement?
Any help would be appreciated.

Markus
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Re: Lost Labyrinth
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2008, 18:16:49 »

hehe, Archons of Light seems to be used quite often in games :)
Archons of Light at TMA
as you can see, it has been composed by ArchAngel. Dunno if his contact detail is still valid, but you could try the phone numbers inside the module :) :)

I don't know how to reach xtd (the creator of Ballada) as well.
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