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The Space Overture 1 (aws_spac.xm)

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  • aws_spac.xm is a XM format module. Uncompressed, it is 1.47MB in size and has been downloaded 11723 times since Wed 9th Feb 2000 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 34455
  • Downloads: 11723
  • Favourited: 1 times
  • MD5: 3709bea4275a97b6bf865146183a3216
  • Format: XM
  • Channels: 32
  • Uncompressed Size: 1.47MB
  • Genre: Orchestral

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member Posted by TMA Placeholder Account on Mon 11th Sep 2000, rated 10 / 10.

This is almost like two separate pieces which have been joined together - whether you think it works or not depends on your outlook. Personally, I love it. It starts off with spacey chords and space chatter, sending you on a journey past the stars, before bringing you down to Earth with a bang... and a Caribbean percussion!! Awesome describes the reason behind his choice of genre change here, and personally I think it works well, primarily because it retains the same overall chords as the introduction. But the best part is left until the end, where we return to space, and some of the best chord sequences I've heard in a mod file - really emotional stuff. Brilliant. There is little to fault here. The introduction is inspired, and the chords and space chatter work very well together to create the appropriate mood. The transition in the tribal centre section is handled well (it could have been a disaster!), and the transition back to the final chords is excellent. The whole piece has a really professional edge to it, which like many of Awesome's pieces wouldn't sound out of place on a commercial CD.

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" The Starship Wreck
in the Malabo Island "

     First Release for
      Profound Sound
(C)1998 Victor Vergara
"A starship's orbiting
the Earth...Suddenly,
they loose the control
and the ship begins
to fall...Fortunately
they crash land safely
in a Lost Island of
the Pacific Ocean..."
I know this may sound
stupid, but I wanted
to create some kind of
soundtrack for a
possible scene in a
maybe the scene is
a bit...rare, but I
thought it could be
funny...           :-P
Well...You just try to
imagine the scene...
if you think the music
wouldn't fit it, then
I have failed...
     Patterns 00-02:
       " The Orbit "
     Patterns 03-04:
    " Out of control "
      Pattern 05-07:
" Through the clouds "
      Patterns 08-14:
 "Reaching the Island"
        Pattern 15:
    " The Landing "
   Patterns 16-19:
    " No Survivors "
    Patterns 1A-1F:
"False Alarm. There
  are survivors!!! "=)

     Email Address :


     Victor Vergara


 Exelweiss, Wild Bits,
 Inside, Pandemia and
    Profound Sound.

Greetings fly to my
friends of Wild Bits,
Exelweiss, Inside,
Pandemia and PFS,
and also to all my
email friends...
NOTE! I've lost all of
my emails and my
email address book, so
if you were expecting
for an answer from me
and you didn't receive
it, probably I lost
your message.


Remember Murphy's
words: Did you make a
backup copy? no?
then, the files will
be corrupted for sure.



Sampled by:
Khyron / Kosmic
High Roll



FX Space
(c) Sascha Dages

" Okey..."
" All I give is that..
I would like to give."

hehehe...well, that's
what it seems.. =)
" That's ...a...
thin vibrations
contain you from
the warrior..."
"Right...Coming at
Nine minute..."
"Roger That,
looks grave..."

by mnemonic

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