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Descent Mac Shareware Level 3 recording posted by Scyphi in Scyphi February 24, 2018, 02:27:10 PM 10
Cleaned up version
pic b posted by Kaiaatzl in a preview of what's to come September 03, 2017, 08:47:33 AM 122
pic a posted by Kaiaatzl in a preview of what's to come September 03, 2017, 08:46:44 AM 125
D3 Downloads odd listing posted by TechPro in TechPro's musings March 01, 2017, 01:14:41 PM 144
D3 Downloads odd listing
24. Fat Chicks With Nunchucks (Game02 Nereid Dreams Remix) posted by Texace12 in Descent: Vintage Dreams (WIP) December 23, 2015, 07:05:29 PM 105 1
Music from Descent 1, Level 24: Nereid Volatile Mine
Original Track: "Game02" by Ken Allen, Brian Luzietti, Larry Peacock, Leslie Spitzer, Jim Torres, Tim Wiles
Rearranged By: Texace12

This was what I originally game up with for Game02 and was going to scrap this version in favor of the one I currently have posted for Lunar SciLab because the one I made for Lunar SciLab as it stands is most like the D1 Shareware version that I grew up and first associated with Level 2, but I knew I didn't want to throw this version away because I liked this one as well.

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Atlantis posted by Kaiaatzl in Descent Dreams - The New Enemy Within OST November 09, 2010, 10:54:57 PM 521
Theme of Level 7: Brightwater Caverns

Like Caldera Dive, this one has some (soft-)rock influence.  I've found that particular style of music to fit very well with Sirius's level design.

This song is meant to bring out the mysterious feel of Brightwater Caverns (why does the water glow?  No one knows :P).  I already used the title Aquatic Mystery, so I named this for a specific underwater mystery.

It's kind of fun to do the music for Sirius and DarkFlameWolf's levels in The Enemy Within actually.  Because they're so small and themed, it's fun to do a musical interpretation of the theme rather than the level directly.  That applies more to Caldera Dive than Atlantis though.
Music: Evanescent (PM Secret Level 3) posted by Pumo in Pumo Mines May 03, 2013, 09:08:24 AM 62 1
Title: "Evanescent"
This is Secret Level 3 (Tethys Grounds) theme song as used on Pumo Mines : Kartsal Motivation.

Composed by: Me  ;D (R.a.M. Land)
Game01 vs Pain posted by Texace12 in Assorted Mixes September 19, 2013, 12:49:00 PM 30 3
New match-up. I've had Game01 associated with Rusty for the longest time, then Death, but I really think Pain fits the bill the best.
AKG K-240 Studio & Roland RH-50 posted by Sidhe Priest in Misc. February 19, 2009, 08:20:21 PM 1373
RH-50 are Roland's low-end studio monitor headphones. In spite of which they're quad-driver - they have dedicated tweeters which sound really smooth when the headphones are recabled. Great for saxophones and any treble-based delicate music. RH-50 are much like the K-240 with less detail and an even more raised midrange.

And AKG K-240 Studio are, well, what the name says - studio-standard headphones. Current generation (4th, 55-mm. diaphragms) is quite different from the original, if you want a suggestion, try to hunt down the original silver K-141 or K-240 Sextett (38 mm. diaphragms, K-240 are the circumaural version of K-141) and recable them, then give them a good amp.

You can mix in K-240 (many musicians mix/record in K-271, the closed variant), and frankly, the stock AKG cable is horrid. A replacement cable might cost almost as much as the headphones themselves, but it's worth it.
Assault On Titan (Game12) posted by OVRLDisciple in "Invasion" Music Project May 02, 2009, 12:30:57 PM 1171 3 4.98 (2 votes)
Remake of the game12 MIDI score to Descent.

Arrangement, recording, and mixing by Clifton Gardner.
Original MIDI soundtrack by Interplay, all rights reserved.
No original material was used in the making of this arrangement.

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