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    Superstitious Screwdriver

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    Nom: Superstitious Screwdriver
    Auteur: Beruga1990
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    Taille d'insertion: 0x0448 bytes
    Type: Chanson
    Utilisation d'échantillons: Beaucoup
    Source: Originale
    Durée: 1:28
    En vedette: Non
    Description: Since I was once told that there aren't really any good songs for a ghost house, I took a chance and tried to compose one. And that's how my first composition came into being on the PC. At the Super Famicompo 3, the song reached 23rd place out of 40 in the "Original" category.

    Edited(22/02/09): - Channel and space optimisation
    - Faster cymbal decay time
    - echo for bass and guitar channel
    Aperçu: Lire le SPC
    Étiquettes: ghost house haunted mysterious temple
    Commentaires: 2 (aller aux commentaires)
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    Beruga1990 Author Lien
    Thank you VecchiaZim and brickblock369 for your suggestions for improvement. #w{:>}
    brickblock369 Lien
    Hey, not bad. A few suggestions:
    -Maybe echo could be applied to channels 3 and 4 too, to add more.
    -Cymbal could sustain twice as long, or if not, decay faster? I think this one really might be a double-edged sword though
    -When channels 4 and 5 are momentarily empty, I recommend moving channels 7 and 8 to there, for SFX purposes. Though I also doubt having kick and snare on channel 8 is a good idea as the SFX interruption would be so noticeable...