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Indefinite Radiant (arc-indefinite.it)

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  • arc-indefinite.it is a IT format module. Uncompressed, it is 423.77KB in size and has been downloaded 316 times since Sat 23rd Jan 2021 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 191120
  • Downloads: 316
  • Favourited: 1 times
  • MD5: ebb99f21e445a40e6a99799abdd4b794
  • Format: IT
  • Channels: 17
  • Uncompressed Size: 423.77KB
  • Genre: Electronic (general)

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artist Completed in July 1998.

I did not know it at the time, but this was my final song for Shattered Fixtures, and my final song to be released on the Hornet Archive. It was also my final song from 1998: I left for college at the end of the summer and did not have reliable access to a computer that I could run Impulse Tracker on until early 1999. So, it was about six months before my next song would come out. This also resulted in my resignation as a judge for Music Contest 6 - since the second round of judging didn’t start until after I had left for college, I had no ability to judge in the second round.

I recently began to appreciate this song more than I have in the past. If you had asked me in 1999 what my best song was, I probably would have answered Solitude or Gravity or Pray For Rain. But after re-listening to this song a few times, I began to like this song more and more, and would probably put this in contention for one of my best songs. I would probably call this song my second-best song for Shattered Fixtures, after Solitude. I’m not yet sure where I would rank it after factoring in my post-SF mods.

The song is based on a very simple hook on a short sine-like sample. The hook repeats at various points throughout the song, which at least one Shattered Fixtures member found slightly annoying (it doesn’t bother me). The rest of the tune is built around the organs and guitar.

Probably the biggest flaw in this song is that the guitar (both electric and bass) have sample sets that don’t match up to each other particularly well. But overall I like how this song flows, stays interesting, and has a satisfying finale.

The title of the song is mostly meaningless, but I think I gave it the name because the hook is based on a “sine” sample (it’s not actually a sine, but close enough) which made me think of trigonometry, hence “Indefinite Radiant.”
- arcturus

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Indefinite Radiant
by Arcturus

a Shattered Fixtures Release

Time:  3:42

Well, another song by me, and this one I pumped out in a relatively short
amount of time.  I finished about two weeks after I started, when normally
I spend a month or more without finishing a song!  How odd.  I've been
tracking with a fury recently.  I guess it may be because I don't know if
I'll be able to track much in college, so I'd like to get as much done
here as possible.  Anywho, enjoy the song.


Contact Info

My homepage:  http://members.tripod.com/~arcmeister
My e-mail:  arcmeister_pemail.net
The Shattered Fixtures homepage:  http://www.aspects.net/~sf/index2.html

Voice Mantra
Church Organ
Atmospheric Sound
Tom Drum
Bass Drum
Snare Drum

Guitar Riff
Palm Mute
Flange Reverse Cymbal
Distorted Bass 1
Distorted Bass 2
Distorted Bass 3


This is the only unripped
sample. Ain't I pathetic?


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