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Chase (2012)

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Author Comments

I was digging around my old module files to look for a fixed version of The Fishermen and found this gem. Made in Impulse tracker. This was before the time I learn music theory, please forgive me for my terrible production. All samples were sampled directly from EWQL SO, SC, RA and SD.

(Impulse does work with DOSbox, however needed modification)

You can download the IT module file here (open to edit with Milky tracker, Impulse or OpenMPT), and along with some other I uploaded. Play best with XMplay, Impulse and OpenMPT. Quite quirky on Milky and VLC.



Your music is amazing. I could listen to it all day.

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I enjoyed this, and an appropriately named track as well!

This is cool! I toootally didn't steal some samples from The Fishermen, so you will NEEEVER hear some of them in my future songs XD *cough, cough*

Even if some of the samples are a bit lacking, and the mixing isn't the best, you had some real good composition in here! The atmosphere you wanted to portray is very clear, and the melodies and chords are good. It's fun to find old and forgotten tracks, isn't it? :D

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It really isn't bad at all. I love it in fact. Mostly because it sounds different and gives you so many different feelings. It's an awesome strangeness in my opinion. Thanks for sharing:)

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Goes a bit wired every now and then but overall pretty good.

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Agitat0r responds:

Yeah it sounds very choppy. I barely used FX on this one, unlike The Fishermen and The Village. Spent major of time on sample editing.


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Credits & Info


May 16, 2015
3:19 AM EDT
File Info
7.5 MB
3 min 48 sec
4.52 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.