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    File Name: Solstice - Title Theme
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    Authors: Milon Luxy
    Insert Size: 0x10BE bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: None
    Source: Port
    Duration: 3:00
    Featured: No
    Description: The title screen of one of Tim Follin's best work of NES, transcribed for the SNES. Good for a Prog Rock-like opening.

    03/07 Update: The port is now finally optimized. It become much more readable and managed to decrease the insert size by half of what it was before.
    Tags: chase, final, space, tense, title
    Rating: 5.0 (Votes: 4)
    Preview: Play SPC
    Download: Download - 72.09 KiB
    60 downloads
    mikairanutshack
    one of the best unsampled ports i've ever heard
    Posted by: mikairanutshack - | Link
    Ultima
    Oh damn, this sounds a lot better now lmao; nice job!

    (also I agree with Decoy, the arpeggio command is a fuck, but it would be neat to know how to actually use it at some point :P)
    Posted by: Ultima - | Link
    Milon Luxy
    Originally posted by Samantha
    This sounds so much better! Can you teach people how to use $FB because most of us have no idea how that command works lol

    As far I've learned looking into the AMK readme, it basically works like that:
    [How many notes you want for the arpeggio (Use 00 to turn it off, 01 basically could work as well, then just zero all the other values)]
    [Lenght/Duration for all of the notes, in hex (it helps a lot looking into the AMK readme)]
    [All of the note values]
    The last one is the most confusing one, cause you'd need to add and subtract from the VERY FIRST note.
    Increasing notes will be positive (00, 01, 02...), while decreasing notes will be negative (FF, FE, FD...), in hex.
    So by example, a simple major chord will look like this: $FB $03 $06 $00 $05 $07

    (I may be wrong on something, so anyone feel free to correct me if am I.)
    Posted by: Milon Luxy - | Link
    Samantha
    This sounds so much better! Can you teach people how to use $FB because most of us have no idea how that command works lol
    Posted by:  Samantha - | Link
    7 up
    Thanks for an improvement!
    Posted by: 7 up - | Link
    Doug Walker
    This sounds impressive!
    Posted by: Doug Walker - | Link

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