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Su-27 - Vertical posted by Sidhe Priest in Misc. November 25, 2008, 10:04:27 PM 1121
Su-27 showing off vertical acceleration (high thrust:weight ratio, the plane can accelerate climbing).
AKG K-240 Studio & Roland RH-50 posted by Sidhe Priest in Misc. February 19, 2009, 08:20:21 PM 1666
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.
User Uploaded Media posted by The Chief in User Albums... April 24, 2009, 05:07:22 PM 1776 2 4.98 (2 votes)
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Assault On Titan (Game12) posted by D2Disciple in "Invasion" Music Project May 02, 2009, 12:30:57 PM 1175 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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Terminator - Global19.mid posted by Sidhe Priest in Other Games' MIDI Music November 03, 2010, 12:50:23 PM 395
There was a Terminator-based game in the mid-90s, a DOS-based first-person shooter, much like Doom.

BTW, this uses the analogue-style Supersaw Soundfont and the Ensoniq/E-Mu synthesised drum Soundfont, leave a comment if interested...
Game04 (8-bit Remix) posted by Alieo in Descent 8-bit May 30, 2012, 12:20:35 PM 27
04 - The Great Escape, D2 Counterstrike Ratzez Correlation posted by Kaiaatzl in Descent 2 Vertigo Fox Redbook Correlations July 04, 2011, 04:22:18 PM 145
Title: The Great Escape

Correlated Song: Ratzez

Correlated Levels: Robby Station, Arcticon Corridor, Tycho Brahe

Project: Descent WiiWare

Description: The high-energy electro version!
Written from the Thief's point of view.  It's his theme, after all.  Now that it's in the official Descent for WiiWare, does that make it the official theme of the thief?  I say yes :P.
07 Industrial Accident (GAME07 Playstation Redbook Version) posted by Alieo in Descent for Playstation June 04, 2012, 01:07:34 PM 199
"Industrial Accident" by Allister Brimble
GAME07 Playstation Redbook Version

Used in: Levels 7, 14, 17, 22, & 27

Notes: This particular track was used for a whopping 5 levels. Music in the Playstation version of Descent were not repeated in track order, but rather randomly (or strategically) assigned to various levels later in the game. I always wondered why "Industrial Accident" appeared so many times in the game, and when I extracted the music files from the Playstation disc, I found out that "Industrial Accident" had been on there as 3 separate files, yet it was the same song. I speculate that perhaps they were going to include more tracks from the Descent 2 Redbook list, but that they decided to pull a couple of songs at the last minute, leaving the Level 7 theme to repeat itself throughout the game four more times.
Misery Loves Co. - Drowning Man posted by Sidhe Priest in Inspirations October 25, 2010, 04:37:15 AM 400 2
A cover of The Cure song by the now-defunct Swedish band, Misery Loves Co. Their albums are long out of print.

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