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"Metroplex" (metroplx.s3m)

Info Summary

  • metroplx.s3m is a S3M format module. Uncompressed, it is 472.13KB in size and has been downloaded 9445 times since Sat 18th Aug 2001 :D

Info Info

  • Mod Archive ID: 51070
  • Downloads: 9445
  • Favourited: 11 times
  • MD5: ced8888e6ae735c0bea7a9dc1aad3a21
  • Format: S3M
  • Channels: 16
  • Uncompressed Size: 472.13KB
  • Genre: Jazz (general)

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  • Member Rating: rating (9 / 10)
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member Posted by Beyond on Sat 6th Oct 2018, rated 10 / 10.

The fact that he did this in Screamtracker (I suppose) is just astounding!

member Posted by Katie Cadet on Sun 1st Jun 2014, rated 10 / 10.

Jazzy grooves for Necros! He did this S3M back in 1995 during his demoscene days at Five Musicians. ModPlug Player plays this right but on online it doesn't seem to handle the notes right so give it a go with ModPlug if you are like me! :D

member Posted by Julian Andres on Sat 5th Sep 2009, rated 10 / 10.

Exelent, great production! this melody is very nice, great sound quality. +10
Greetings ;-)

member Posted by Pip Malt on Sat 29th Sep 2007, rated 9 / 10.

Great progression, great melodies, great samples. This is extremely high quality music for 1995! The organ is great, the guitars are great, the drums are great, and everything else is great! 9.4444444444444444444

(aka "download now")

member Posted by SoDa7 on Tue 12th Jun 2007, rated 10 / 10.

One of the best jazz music modules i ever heard! Nice chord progression and nice melody! That musicdisk "Progression" is the best musicdisk of the 1995!!

Alleluja, All Jazzists! 10+

member Posted by IceFront on Sun 28th Jul 2002, rated 10 / 10.

This track is AMAZING! I can only imagine how much effort was put into this. Its a jazz like style, cant be sure what style exactly, but generally its jazz. The artist used piano, guitar and what seems to be an organ samples. The piano chords arranged in a rythmic manner, and they are the introduction of the song. A nice beat is than added, along with a cool organ solo, that sounds so realistic to me. The background is very dynamic, keeps changing and refreshing, and nothing lasts there very long, thats what making the song flow so well. Next the song offers great guitar parts, that sounds just...well amazing, both musically and technically. The beat line is a masterpiece on its own, since its too adapted very well to the style, and is full of great percusion system combinations. The song continues with its light musical route with new soloists and new musical ideas until it ends in a preety simple way, but very appropriae to the genre. Its tracks like this that makes me wonder, why do i bother writing music..... :) This song was written back in 1995, and all the samples used are 8 bit. But who cares?? The samples work absoloutley great together. It sounds as if a real jazz group recorded that song in a studio. The patterns look very impressive. Great volume control, every samples sounds just right, and no sample is too loud or too quiet. Good panning were used, its constant, creating the feeling of a real band where each instrument located in a certain location. The artist used lots of sound effects in a proffesional manner. Its just a work of a pro, a masterpiece, nothing less.

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Info Internal Texts *


 composed by Necros / FM
   for the musicdisk

 Acoustic guitar samples
 are all original, other
 sample credits go to
 ShadowHunter, Zapper,
 Basehead, and Vinnie/SP.

  (C) 1995 Necros / FM

 Just in case you want to
 know, the chord prog is:

  Gmin7+9 | Cmin7/G - Cdim
  Dmin7/F | C7  - Ebmin6

 Bridge (18-21,42-45,56-60)
  Ebmin7 - Abmin7 |
  Emaj7+2 - Bsus2/D#

 Bridge2 (38-41):
  Am7+9 | Fadd2
  Dmin7/A | F9

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