Chronologic Foundations (Final Version)
In 2004, I converted this track to XM format and added two more channels to it in order to add some echoes and delays to a few of the tracks that were sounding a bit thin. (OctaMED SoundStudio had reverb built in, so it wasn't necessary to code these delays)
It sounds pretty much identical to the earlier version. I have also panned a few of the instruments to make them a bit easier to hear.
This version should play more reliably than the previous release. See below for more information about the track itself.
Chronologic Foundations (OctaMED Version)
This was one of the first tracks I wrote when I was a beta-tester for OctaMED SoundStudio. Teijo Kinnunen (developer of OctaMED) liked this track enough to include it as a demo track for the commercial release of OctaMED SoundStudio.
Out of all the music I have written, this is one of my favourites. I've had lots of feedback saying the same thing about this track.
When I was working on it, I wanted to create something that sounded landscape-ish, and I wanted to experiment a bit with the rhythm. The little 'hiccup' you hear from time to time in this track is one of these experiments.
Tampering with the rhythm of a track in this way was inspired by "The First Circle" by Pat Metheny, which I had performed when I was in my high-school's jazz band.
I remixed this track in 2002/2003 on request by my friend Andreas (DarkStar.) to be included on his "Evolution" CD.
Warning: This track has playback issues in PC players such as ModPlug. A 100% compatible OctaMED player is recommended. I recommend Deliplayer.
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