Chiptune style song entirely composed on MS-DOS. Truly old school: no modern delay/reverb (only MIDI delay, very known by SNES players); composed on a pretty old software; edited, mixed and mastered to sound like in old consoles. Contains four versions: high definition (.wav), SNES-like version (.mp3), DOS-like (.mp3) and the original .mod file.
* DOS (.mp3): original MOD converted to MP3. Use this version if you want a realistic MS-DOS sound.
* SNES (.mp3): recorded from MS-DOS, emulating a high quality sound card (Gravis Ultrasound), transcoded for SNES console with Gaussian interpolation, filtered with a LPF, tube emulated (TV) and converted to MP3. Choose this version if you’re making a 16-bits game or something similar, this one should sound like Super NES and SEGA 32x.
* MOD (.mod): original MOD file exported directly from Sound Club, an old software for MS-DOS. Use this one if you’re looking for a really tiny file or if you need to edit in a MOD tracker.
* HD (.wav): recorded from MS-DOS, emulating a high quality sound card (Gravis Ultrasound) with no resampling/interpolation/filter. You can convert it into a MP3 file to save some space.
All files are normalized in -0.2 dBFS, except the MOD one.