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Uncle Fester's Quest: Overworld theme
Skate or Die! (AdLib mix)
Uncle Fester's Quest: Overworld theme
This was originally a birthday gift to a friend of mine, yellowdragon78 since this was his favorite game.

With the series getting rebooted next year, I think showing off a cover I made a couple of years ago is a good way to bring some nostalgia, right? =3

Tomb Raider © Square Enix Europe (Formerly Eidos Interactive)
Original composer: Nathan McCree
Cover ©

music 6,212, cover 1,418, tomb raider 37, adlib 11, adtrackerii 2
Type: Music - Single Track
Published: 7 years, 6 months ago
Rating: General

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5 years, 8 months ago
MEMORIES! i has them!
5 years, 8 months ago
Wish I had it. ;-; I could've sworn I had at least ONE of the original PS games on disc.
4 years, 1 month ago
Love this theme, And you made great remix of the best song in the game. Kinda has a ecco the dolphin feel.. Which earns Bonus points from me :3 Awesome job <3
4 years, 1 month ago
Thanks! I originally wanted to try using an NES expansion (VRC6), but I didn't have enough channels to work with, so I used Adlib (YM3812 chip).

Of course, I could revisit the NES idea using N106, or just use VGM (YM2612) so I actually have Genesis sounds to work with.

Of course, I still love my older tracks. :P
4 years, 1 month ago
How does one learn to compose music like this? I kinda have no interest in college and rather not waste my time or the people who works there time. but i want to learn to make music. i cant play a interment but i have basic editing skills. thanks to windows XP movie maker XD and can you do any ecco the dolphin music please :3 Preferably  from the sega cd games. This is a personal favorite :3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuNwZ9GqBFU I love the Vocal remix of it to
4 years, 1 month ago
For this type of music, specifically; I used Adlib Tracker II. The version I used here was an older version for DOS, but there's a newer version that runs natively in Windows.


Not sure about covering any specific tracks any time soon, but never say never.
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