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space-song (space-song.mod)

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  • space-song.mod is a MOD format module. Uncompressed, it is 99.86KB in size and has been downloaded 4150 times since Mon 20th Nov 2006 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 68816
  • Downloads: 4150
  • Favourited: 12 times
  • MD5: ce49dbde89e45566d02447539742d60f
  • Format: MOD
  • Channels: 4
  • Uncompressed Size: 99.86KB
  • Genre: Electronic (general)

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member Posted by matjam on Wed 8th Mar 2023, rated 10 / 10.

Like others, this tune got me into tracking and was one of the first modules I got from somewhere, probably a coverdisk, and I listened to it over and over again. It is so good, that I think it's the gold standard for how to get the most out of a 4 channel tracker with a limited number of samples.

Psych-D if you're reading this know that there's a ton of 40+ yo people out there that love what you do. =)

Every time I get my Amiga going this is the track I go find when I want to listen to some music. 10/10.

member Posted by Shere Khan on Thu 10th Oct 2019, rated 10 / 10.

Like Tor Inge, I remember getting this along with Protracker on a CU cover disk. I was already using MED at that time, and didn't find a compelling reason to ditch it in favour of PT. But this module just blew my socks off from the first note, and still rocks me to this day. Total 10/10.

member Posted by Souleye on Wed 7th Sep 2011, rated 9 / 10.

This track was the one that got me into tracking too. The first track I ever did and was really proud of was made in PT loaded from that disk. I was at my friend's summer house, and we had brought the Amiga, a few games and the CU Amiga mag. I fiddled around, had loads of fun, and when I was going to save, I learned something about diskspace, and the fact that CU Amiga disks came filled to the brink with stuff.

I wanted to understand how he was able to make stuff sound so full with so few channels. Even though I dissected it, it was still a mystery how the guy had done it, and the technical aspects are great even to this day. I can honestly say that this tracked shaped my music with quite a bit of force.

So, I also wanted to make a song as good, or better, than this. In some ways I have, in others I have not. It is still impressive after all this time.

I'm really glad to have found the track again. It makes me humbled that I stand on the shoulders of giants, and how the fact that so much amazing stuff has already been made many lifetimes ago. It makes me feel priveleged to take part of.

If Psych-D is reading this: Thanks!!

(My stuff can be found at www.souleye.se)

member Posted by Tor Inge on Thu 11th Jun 2009, rated 10 / 10.

This was one of the first modules I got to my Amiga back in the 90's. It was featured on a cover disk for CU Amiga in June 1991 along with Protracker 1.0. It became my favourite and my ultimate goal as a tracker. I never reached that goal, but it still is my favourite mod. Imho it's 10 out of 10 in every way. It's the perfect four channel mod.

Had to look it up and it's made by By Psych-D of Arena 91 according to http://amr.abime.net/issue_69_coverdisks

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