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  • ctpnew.xm is a XM format module. Uncompressed, it is 503.97KB in size and has been downloaded 8732 times since Wed 1st Jan 1997 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 40091
  • Downloads: 8732
  • Favourited: 5 times
  • MD5: 5809d7c3f78d46ede534f5b828d6e854
  • Format: XM
  • Channels: 10
  • Uncompressed Size: 503.97KB
  • Genre: Easy Listening

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  • Member Rating: rating (9 / 10)
  • Reviewer Rating: rating (Unrated)

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member Posted by SoDa7 on Sun 7th Jul 2013, rated 9 / 10.

One of the first tracks (aka music modules) I ever heard when I were just a "newbie" in this new game that changed my life in the 2003/2004. So, it's pretty easy for me to remember it as one of those anthems that made me discover this music format. Brilliant chord changes, melodies, and a pretty happy thing that sometimes makes me cry aswell... Of joy of course.

member Posted by Coyote on Thu 24th Nov 2011, rated 10 / 10.

I'll be up-front: If you don't like long pieces, loads of tempo changes, orchestral influences, or sampled pianos and trumpets, you're going to hate this track.

Me, I love all those things. This is one of the most epic mods ever. It starts off like an anthem or a march, then kicks into a strange kind of orchestral dance fusion, and continues to evolve and play variations on its central melody for 11 straight minutes.

Sometimes fast, sometimes slow, sometimes mournful, sometimes all but unbearably cheerful, it's good stuff.

This is one of my all-time favorite mods, if not one of my all-time favorite pieces of music. Dead serious. Back in the day, this was the track that proved to me that mods could be more than just chiptunes or cheesy remixes of pop songs (I was a snobby kid, alright?).

Side note: be sure to play this in a proper tracker; it kind of exceeds the web player's abilities. I've found Milkytracker handles it pretty well, YMMV.

member Posted by Saga Musix on Sat 9th Aug 2008, rated 6 / 10.

Damn, this tune is cheeeeeeesy! The beginning reminded me of Nightbeat's orchestral work, but it instantly turns out to be very cheesy. Just like the rest of the tune, especially the trumpet melodies... I know this is old but long, but why does it have to be so cheesy?!

member Posted by tokash on Thu 7th Aug 2008, rated 10 / 10.

Using a new variety of instrument arrangements and up to 10 channels, Counterpoint embelishes on his already satisfying piece "ctpoint.mod". If you appreciate mods then you can definitely appreciate this masterpiece, if not love it.

member Posted by Cynmusic on Thu 6th Sep 2007, rated 10 / 10.

This is probably one of the best XM-songs ever made. I haven't taken the time to listen to Counterpoints of Westower´s other songs, but that's because I couldn't find ém on the previous modarchive-site. Now, however, I have all of his songs and I will take a good listening.

May the MOD-community live forever!

Best Regards

member Posted by Ahlin on Wed 17th Feb 1999, rated 9 / 10.

This sounds great. This song is just like the one nwxt to. (ctpoint.xm) But this one is even better. the artist added a bassdrum and got some different rythm. This sound s almost perfect, ther is just a part in the middle of the song that's got a other style. If that eould be changed I would have given this song a 10, no doubt about that. This artist really works with the instrumens, and makes it sound great. He/she uses a lot of tones but that is absolut no disadvantage. I just want to say something to the artist: Keep up that good work and make mor of this kind of songs.

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Info Internal Texts *

< Counterpoint > V2.0



I thought this song
might sound better
as a multi-channel
song and the Amiga
side of music doesn't
have anything like
FastTracker II yet.
8(   8(   8(   8(   8(
Greetings to:
Hot Shot
And anyone who can
read this!

Thanks to:
   - For lending me
      his 486!
Purple Motion/FC,
and Skaven/FC
   - For providing
     some awesome
     Keep it up dudes!

(C) 1995 WesTower

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