"Allocated Bytes" by E-Keet (DAGOSKI.S3M)
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"Allocated Bytes" StringConstant ByteBrass StreamSynth GPFSnare BitBass V.42bis Vibraphone ParallelPerco WordHatClosed WordHatOpen WordSnare SIMMbal OEMPiano DriveLight (c) 1996 Me Myself & I Inc. The Theme Song of Mr. Anthony Castelletto, a good personal friend and a sucker for a good tune <grin> Finished during the month of May, on the thirteenth day. Mostly done in ST3, but finished up in IT2 because there can be only one tracker. :) Samples are all public domain. This tune is featured on the premiere CD release by the Electric Keet, "version one point zero beta". Not in any store! If you want it, write me! tracerj_umich.edu * http: //www-personal.umich.edu/ ~tracerj/j-music.htm Obligatory greets to: #trax (not like I owe 'em greets or anything) Quantum Porcupine (and stay tuned...) Everyone on FurryMUCK (well, SOME of them) Do you notice a trend in how I name instruments? Namely, that I like to have really silly puns embedded in them? Good. Why am I rambling like this? Don't ask me, it's the little man who lives at the stem of my brain and pulls on the nerves to remind me to breathe. He tells me things. He tells me to buy things. He tells me to do things. He knows what's best for me. He says you don't believe me, and I must make you believe... :) ASCII art time: Yes! It's a city during a blackout! *wewp* Wow. You're so eleet. You found the "hidden" message. I bet you think there's something good down here. You'll keep reading, and not too long from now you'll realize that there's nothing of value in this paragraph.
This song keeps you hooked with the neat changes in melody with a nice piano riff in the background for much of the song. The song captivates you right off the start with a nice intro and finishes off with a pretty good ending. A story is told in this piece. A lot of need effects are used, samples sound great together. No repetition! This is great and very rare in songs these days. The drumbeat throughout is very good and has lots of fills to keep the listener on his seat.