Zone 66 Music
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"Music"
My music is like a road accident. It is atrocious, yet some sick people seem to be attracted to it.

There's not much more that needs to be said. Most of this stuff is done using a tracker (ModPlug, which is free).
I've acquired 4 (count them, four) dedicated fans, and several other people who say "hmm that's not awful". I am advised that they are not receiving care in the community.

If you're asking which one to download first, try Work In Progress or Every Waking Moment as everyone seems to say they're the best. Helpful and constructive criticism (like: "OMG you suck. Please stop doing this!") is always graciously received.

Requests for the original .IT, .S3M etc files
To my great surprise a few people have been asking about getting the music in it's original "tracked" form. I don't give it out, sorry. Here's my reasons:
  1. The file size is often larger than the MP3 version
  2. A lot of them use VST plugins that you might not have
  3. They're no good for learning tracking from. If you want to learn how to do it I suggest you go to www.modarchive.com and download some of the smaller tunes from there.
I'm prepared to offer up the samples though since they're mostly royalty free, if you want them then contact me. It'll probably involve you sending me a stamped envelope with your address on it and a blank CD, so I can burn them and send it back to you.


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TheWeevil - Creature of Habit
Size: 2.72mb
Time: 2:22
Bitrate: 160kbps
Samples: 44khz
Genre: unknown
More ID3 info
Knoxville (friend of mine) said this reminds him of Outrun. Yes, it's almost a chiptune. Chiptunes are very tiny tracks that sound like a C64's SID audio chip. When making this, that wasn't the goal I had in mind... I just wanted to use excessive pitch bends.


TheWeevil - Tribal Toaster
Size: 3.55mb
Time: 3:06
Bitrate: 160kbps
Samples: 44khz
Genre: unknown
More ID3 info
Woohoo! Encarta 98 provided me with three samples: a folk harp thing, some tribal bloke saying "tong gu tang go tug a ti gu bla bla" and some kind of ethnic twangy thing. How could I resist the urge to pull these elements together in a kind of low-tempo weirdness?!


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