Posted 2000-11-19, evaluated by djpretzel
You know, it's amazing how important effects are. I'm talking DSP - like reverb, chorus, delay, etc. A good quality reverb can really mean that difference between great and f*cking great, and here that's definitely the case. Mutagene's DnB take on a track of the Shadow of the Beast II soundtrack is full of drums that have been given a lot of love, some ambient, swelling + mutating synth pads, and a pitched percussion instrument that plays this funky little pattern with a little chromatic action, but what brings it all together is the PERFECT reverb, that places the whole track in a cavernous, clear space that suits a game like SOTB2 exquisitely. Kudos for another fine ReMix of a SOTB game (mutagene also did an excellent SOTB Dub piece you should check out as well - they make excellent companion mixes).
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Sources Arranged (2 Songs)
- Primary Game:
Shadow of the Beast II (Psygnosis, 1990, AMIGA)
Music by Tim Wright
- "Karamoon Oasis"
- Downtempo, Drum and bass
- Chill, Dark, Solemn, Suspenseful
- Electronic, Synth
- Effects > Lo-Fi
Time > 4/4 Time Signature
Time > Tempo: Moderate
- 3,430,400 bytes
- Size: 3,430,400 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 14c8fc6d6e2080b7f274d4bd6a694e1c
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