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Dancing Queen (remake) (dancequeen.it)

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  • dancequeen.it is a IT format module. Uncompressed, it is 750.88KB in size and has been downloaded 7128 times since Thu 21st Feb 2002 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 35956
  • Downloads: 7128
  • Favourited: 4 times
  • MD5: 61348bea042d719ff5534e15fe4d5780
  • Format: IT
  • Channels: 40
  • Uncompressed Size: 750.88KB
  • Genre: Pop (general)

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  • Member Rating: rating (8 / 10)
  • Reviewer Rating: rating (Unrated)

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artist Released: February 21, 2002. Format: 40-Channel IT Created with ModPlug Tracker.

This one's a remake of the old ABBA song "Dancing Queen." It's kind of a Dance/SynthPop tune with a good Disco feel to it. I made it just for fun over the span of a few days (working on it off and on). This one uses a bright and clear (awesome!) Piano sample from DarkHalo.

- christofori

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member Posted by St3vor on Sat 30th Mar 2002, rated 8 / 10.

In saying that the musical rating is VG and Semi Pro, is to do with the original songs quality. This song is a Remake of Dancing Queen By Abba. Musically this song is prety much brilliant. very enjoyable. The piano work in the background is very proffessional and skilled. Key changes are just right and well composed. THe lead although doesnt fit as this song isnt meant for a instrumental lead. But it is a .it. :) 40 active channels. if you look at the structure it is overkill to an extent :) but the sound of the song and the musical quality are spotless apart from the lead not fitting the type of music. Very good work. Only one thing prevents a perfect score here. The Overkill on channels. 40 channels for a song like this is too much. Even looking at the structure you can tell that dedicating 4 - 5 channels for several instruments isnt neccesasry. Well not usually. Christo excercises good use of effects and the like to produce a very clean sounding mod. Good work christo!

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Info Internal Texts *

      Dancing Queen (remake)
         by Christofori
      >>   02.21.2002   <<
      Please play this tune
      in the ModPlug Player
      with the Max Polyphony
     set as high as possible!
   >>Preferrably 128 (400mhz)<<
      Genre: Dance/SynthPop
       Running Time:  3:30
      Format: 40-channel IT
      (using about 89 sound
      channels for output!)
   This is one of my favorites
   that was originally done by
    a group called ABBA back
     in the 70's.  I started
    out to make a track based
    on the original song, but
    ended up with a straight
     remake of the original.
         Hope you like!
        . . . . . . . .
  Greets and Hello's go out to
   all the cool people on the
   ModArchive channel on IRC,
   as well as all the people
   that are listening to this
    tune, and those who have
    heard any of my others!
    You can find this and all
   of my other tunes online at
   www.modarchive.com and also
       at www.modplug.com!
 Contact me by E-Mail at:
 or by Snail:     Chris Molyneux
                      720 W. 8th
                  Ada, OK  74820
   (Snail address will be good
     until around May 2002.)
   >> Thanks for listening! <<

Choir Ahs

Solo Vox
Bass & Lead
Space Voice
Synth Bass
Guitar Fall

Bass Dr
Snare 1

Op Hi Hat
Cl Hi Hat
Crash 1
Splash/Crash 2
Ride 1

Lead Guitar

Synth Strings
Doctor Solo
Choir Aahs
cry 2
freaky falloff
Church Org.1
slow strings1
Slow Strings2
French Horns
Solo Vox
Bass & Lead
Space Voice
Synth Bass 1
elwood guitar fall
darkhalo syn ah
pOW space lead
DarkHalo Piano
Bass Drum
Snare 1
Snare 2
Op Hi Hat
Cl Hi Hat
Crash 1
Splash/Crash 2
Ride 1
Ride Bell
Ride 2
radar signal
Doctor Solo

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