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    Secret of Evermore - Quicksand Fields

    SMW Music → Secret of Evermore - Quicksand Fields

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    Submission Details

    Name: Secret of Evermore - Quicksand Fields
    Author: Kevin
    Added:
    Version History: View
    Insert Size: 0x0441 bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: Many
    Source: Port
    Duration: 0:44
    Featured: No
    Description: Spooky song from "Secret of Evermore", could fit a ghost house or an eerie level.
    Requested ages ago by Skewer.

    Update: fixed gain and volumes. I also included a louder version since the original one is very quiet in game.

    Update 2: Removed intro commands.
    Preview: Play SPC
    Tags: ambient dark environmental ghost house haunted ruins
    Comments: 3 (jump to comments)
    Rating:
    5.0 (1 rating)
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    Comments (3)

    Daizo Dee Von Link
    Probably the most desolate SNES track I've heard. Very good for places where you want the player to feel alone in an open place.
     LadiesMan217 Link
    Am I missing something as to why you include intro commands in front of each channel? That's an extra 12 bytes I don't see use for. Without them it sound the same so I don't know but I still left them. Feel free to update it again if you'd like or simply message me and I'll edit it since it's only one small edit.
     LadiesMan217 From older version: Secret of Evermore - Quicksand Fields Link
    Notation and pitch are correct but GAIN and volumes aren't. I'm not saying to make an exact port but take a look at the enveloping volumes. The levels never go beyond 10 for the most part so you could use ADSR instead of all that sophisticated GAIN and have the envelope no higher than 10. After that it's a matter of matching the volume levels since both games have a master volume of 7F. While it's not accurate, it works and sounds fine (I do hope to see the updated one day whenever you get the chance tho).