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    Details for Final Fantasy IV - Into the Darkness
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    File Name: Final Fantasy IV - Into the Darkness
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    Authors: K.T.B.
    Insert Size: 0x06F7 bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: Many
    Source: Port
    Duration: 0:52
    Featured: No
    Description: A cave theme from Final Fantasy IV that manages to somehow be simultaneously dramatically tense and awe-inspiringly beautiful. Composed by Nobuo Uematsu.

    This could easily fit into a cave or dungeon level, potentially suiting slightly "creepy" areas.

    Requested by Brutapode89.

    Note: This song uses many notes in several sound channels that include different varieties of "volume fade" effects, which took up a lot of space on their own. If you believe you'll need it, I have made a second version of this port that cuts down quite a bit on the song's volume effects, which reduced the insertion size to around half of this one (0x03C3 bytes) at the cost of faithfulness to the original song. This .TXT, and its respective .SPC, have been included in the file.
    Tags: cave, dark, haunted, mine, mysterious, night, ruins, sewer
    Rating: No rating
    Preview: Play SPC
    Download: Download - 94.41 KiB
    35 downloads
    bebn legg
    Swapped #default to #optimized in the no fades version as the song wouldn't insert, and lowered global volume from w220 to w190 for both versions since it was a bit loud in game. Also, minor optimization note, but the long sequence of (0)2)(1)2 in a row could be replaced by something like [[(0)2(1)2]]4 to save about 0x10 bytes. Not a big deal by any means, but something worth noting.

    Technical nitpicks aside, great job!
    Posted by:  bebn legg - | Link

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