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    Details for The Lawnmower Man - Main Theme
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    File Name: The Lawnmower Man - Main Theme
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    Authors: Samantha
    Insert Size: 0x058A bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: Many
    Source: Port
    Duration: 3:01
    Featured: Yes
    Description: The song most famously known from "A2MT - B-Side." Now you can use this banger in your hacks without the need for MSU-1!

    This was made using spc2mml. Is most fitting for castles or final stages. Shoutout to Blind Devil for help with the weird SFX.
    Tags: abstract, castle, final, industrial, tense
    Rating: 5.0 (Votes: 2)
    Preview: Play SPC
    Download: Download - 66.81 KiB
    156 downloads
    Koopster
    Oh you, always fulfilling my hacker dreams
    Posted by:  Koopster - | Link
    Pinci
    This port broke some sound effects really badly, next time test your ports in-game accordingly. The arpeggio command prevented some sound effects from doing pitch bends but this was easily fixable by moving it to another channel.
    Posted by:  Pinci - | Link
    Infinity
    Good
    Posted by: Infinity - | Link
    HammerBrother
    Also good for abstract levels, the use of male choirs fits the mood. Situations like if you've just landed on a new planet in the wilderness.
    Posted by: HammerBrother - | Link
    Samantha
    Originally posted by Pitchin Luigi
    Isn't that weird that this one wasnt ported until 5 years later?


    No MIDI exists of this song and no one had faith in spc2mml as a tool. I made this in like two days on and off, it was much more simple than I anticipated it would be.
    Posted by:  Samantha - | Link
    Doug Walker
    I know this is a well done port. But i have to get out of the hands.


    Isn't that weird that this one wasnt ported until 5 years later?
    Posted by: Doug Walker - | Link