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I use "SNESMOD" to convert an .IT to .SPC: It creates an SPC but personally I'm not experienced enough to create them alone.
Beatifull composition. The mysterious atmosfere it creates would fit an abandoned castle or dungeon.
Just wondering, do you create SPC files also?
Honestly listening to this it sounds like something that would play in an RPG. The first minute or so sounds like music of a cave... before the drums kick in anyways. Overall I think it's a peculiar sound and definitely late 90s.

Kinda old track, even nearly forgot i had it on my hard drive.

Feedback (negative to) is welcome.
Free Music Downloads / Re: [Soundtrack] Inner Fight (youtube)
« Last post by Enumeratingw7 on April 30, 2016, 21:08:08 »
Sounds somewhat like something that would play in some kind of free/shareware game in the early 90s. Well the general sound, the score on the other hand is a different story. I think what might be missing is some melodic constructs.
Free Music Downloads / [Video Game Music] Vanished Sanctuary .it
« Last post by Enumeratingw7 on April 30, 2016, 21:03:31 »
Not new material but I still think it's a good piece nonetheless. This was originally supposed to be a desert/temple like theme but certain key instruments in the sample set I used were too weak (piano & trombone) so ended up being replaced. Another SNES thing, which for the sake of variety, I'll try not to do next time.


Just as a safety precaution I included the .xm but the .it should still be readable. The Soundcloud is an SPC rendition but should be virtually identical to the .it
Development Corner / Re: OpenMPT 1.26 release candidate available
« Last post by Diamond on April 30, 2016, 13:12:30 »
- The MIDI Input / Output plugin is now built right into OpenMPT - it is no longer an external VST plugin.

Nice.  Thanks to both you and Manx for all the great work.
Help and Questions / Re: Strange error on Windows 98
« Last post by Saga Musix on April 29, 2016, 19:37:31 »
I just tested the latest OpenMPT Win32old version on my Win98SE install (with KernelEx and all official updates) and it runs just fine. You probably don't need all the new stuff from that inofficial service pack, only all the updates that were ever released for Win98SE. Back when I put it on this machine ten years ago, it only consisted of official patches, so that should be enough to get OpenMPT to run.
Help and Questions / Re: Strange error on Windows 98
« Last post by Yellowberry on April 29, 2016, 11:09:14 »
Thank you for that link, I will see what I can do and report back afterwards if it worked.
Help and Questions / Re: Strange error on Windows 98
« Last post by Saga Musix on April 29, 2016, 11:03:40 »
I have successfully tested a recent OpenMPT version on Win98SE not too long ago, but I will check during the weekend if anything changed.
I hope it goes without saying that like any other operating system, Win98SE should be fully updated, so a missing update might also be reason for OpenMPT not to run.
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