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Song Title


    Some Adventuring Music

    SMW Music → Some Adventuring Music

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    Submission Details

    Name: Some Adventuring Music
    Author: VecchiaZim
    Insert Size: 0x0FD0 bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: None
    Source: Original
    Duration: 2:12
    Featured: No
    Description: March tempo, knights-on-horseback vibe. Probably best for ships, castles, forests. After famicompo, I added a second half, which is...different, but I think still fits with the first half.
    Preview: Play SPC
    Tags: airship castle forest grassland ruins ship town
    Comments: 3 (jump to comments)
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    Comments (3)

    VecchiaZim Author Link
    Thanks Far. If you're interested in hearing the first 5 seconds of it over and over, Team Jank used this for their overworld music in R-ack. #tb{^V^}
    Faro Link
    This is indeed some nice adventuring music. Great Job!
    brickblock369 Link
    Nice to have some music compositions like this. A few optimization notes to point out:

    -Do not have a long tie of r1s, especially if you exceed 3 r1 ties. Loop them as r2, as r1 is technically speaking, r2^2, which is a bit bigger than the usual single note/rest. If you have 7 r2 or more, then that's a sign that you should start looping them.
    -There are a few instances where you can double-bracket loop a big chunk of notes and then single-bracket looping a smaller chunk of notes inside that double-bracketed area in order to recall that single-bracket loop with an asterisk or numbered label. Like the third-to-last line of #5 and #6 for example.

    But from what I've tested, it only saved around 90 bytes which isn't really much, so I'm letting it through.