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   "General Chaos 3" by DrJacKo and ayatolah
The third of the saga. If you have not listened both first I recommend that you listen to them for order, this way the acquired experience is noticed (again xD). Made in my friend's house Agust?n between him and me.

style: [ chiptune ] [ other ]
format: it
filesize: 122 KB
released: 01-01-2003
download: ftp://ftp.scenesp.org/pub/modulez/drjacko/Ge...
average rating
4.7 / 5
(28 reviews)
 
   reviews
   herotyc  
   PLUKS  
   neozono  
   yero  
   Vibe  
   Wizard  
   t-tracker  
   Shinobi  
   Rolemusic  
   Lord Michal I.  
   Darth Nefelim  
   CiiWiie  
   lamb  
   misterk  
   rain  
   Em(022000)  
   ninja  
   Masahiro  
   vhiiula  
   JosSs  
   Okeanos  
   cyborgjeff  
   MrGamer  
   Shakeno  
   zovik  
   Pip Malt  
   THROBiX  
   shiftless.camomille  
 
   comments
   herotyc
Excellent again, you should have released a Music Disk with this songs! This is, imho, the best song of the saga.

   PLUKS
This one has reached a higher level of composition, it's still too long, but not too much, couse of the composition quality. I can imagine these songs played by a heavy band. Am I wrong?

   neozono
I like this one more than the second part. So it's getting even better :). I find the melodies in this one somehow richer than in the second part (I agree with Pluks in the higher level of composition). It would be very interesting and original to include the General Chaos tunes in a game. It fits PERFECTLY -it even has several differentiated parts, which makes it better for a game =). I specially like the part which starts at 3:40. Well, what more... a MUST download. Great work!

   yero
I N C R E D I B L E ! ! ! It is like playing a guitar tune with a chipped sample. The arrangement is perfect, the technique is amazing, the overall melodies and the feeling is just excellent. Great work, keep on with these kind of pieces, and congrats again for the detailed arrangement, emulating an electric guitar. +5^10 :)

   Vibe
Great technically... impressed. Amount of energy and expression. :)

   Wizard
Never heard a so heavy chip style tune ! Very good melodies, fast percussion, and some very funny chip fx. Liked it a lot, although it is quite long, and it needs a slower part somewhere I think...

   t-tracker
As someone has written, this entire collection of ''General Chaos'' tunes should get the same rating. From me, it's pure 5... BREATHTAKING!!

   Shinobi
Again you hit my ears with double-bass and the most pure guitar sound achievable without a guitar ;)

   Rolemusic
This time it sounds more like a oldskool chiptune. Blip blop for the metal masses.

   Lord Michal I.
I like it so much. It could be great heavy metal tune. Try to work with guitars and real drums and you will by one of the best metal tracker of the world ;)

   Darth Nefelim
Lobo has fall. Into the dark depths of arrangement. 6) Very impressive tune - worthy work.

   CiiWiie
U are good ! :-] I Like This Chiptune :D

   lamb
great melodies (nice solo emulation!), good samples and sound connections. very long as for a chiptune, so it takes it's own cost in filesize. good technique and kind arrangement. catchy tune.

   misterk
Very complex composition. Some kind of a genious.

   rain
the title reminded me a south park cartoon (swap the words) ;) nice tech, but i didn't like the drums - they are not varied enough. what about music - it's very pleasant :)

   Em(022000)
Very cool solos !!! I'm think you must play it in real guitar :)

   ninja
hehehe, it should be titled "masturbation" ;)
cool chipcraft :)
more nintendo than sid (solo polyphonic parts)...
could be better if you calm down the rythm (drums).
fast and simple, heavy metal kick is so... primitive :P

   Masahiro
It's a Wonderful sound:D

   vhiiula
Good stuff. Unfortunately the bells are too loud.

   JosSs
Hehe... and here we are turricaning this chiptune. Nice leads (Lot of FX used in this one... really oldskool feeling of tracking). I can see you playing your chipped guitar and shaking your head!!! YEEEEEHAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

   Okeanos
Good technique, good song, good delirium 8). The music could have been even better with a more aired melody...

   cyborgjeff
oh yeah what crazy song !...
i just don't really like the sounds used for the arpeggio.. anyway excellent !

   MrGamer
This tune lacks totally in stereoeffects, It is fast paced, long, extremely good variations. The lead and at some place in the beggining is incredibly expressive, going from low octaves to high octaves ans SCREAMING without getting annoying! Simply put: I LOVE to hear the Chip's SCREAM (Does that make me an insane person!?) ;)

Oh man, this tune is definetely a keeper. Only drawback is the total lack of stereoeffects An total judgement: Soundquality is good, bass is great, sound is well balanced, leads are expressive, drums professional and very varied, jingles are constantly changing making no pieace of this tune booring.

This type of music is what i call a Symphonic tune. Doesen't matter if it is a chip, rock , or trance. They can be symphonic to. Explanation: There is no refrain, only new betats, leads, jingles all the time!

ps, of COURSE i can use surroundsound in XmPlay. But it would be much better if it had built in stereo. And i agree with what most people have already said, ALL exept the negative parts :D

5- (-for no stereo)

   Shakeno
I love leads in this song... also, nice changes... and.. ow! Turrican remix ;D

   zovik
I cannot add to the positive comments already made.

virtuoso!

   Pip Malt
This song is included in my huge article entitled, " Tracked Songs Top 5s," where it is the 3rd best chiptune of all time (I don't have every module, but I have a lot!). Great work! 4.9

   DrJacKo
thanks ppl for your reviews, You make me happy with your comments. But remember I compose this song with my friend Agustin (AKA ayatolah)

   THROBiX
Divizion by zero. BEST SHIT EVER!

 
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