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Does anyone know where there is SFX archive on the web. It has to be completely free as my budget is limited to $0. Thanx! //Kroax

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I remeber an very old pinball game... Phantasy Pinball.. this game have the best soundtrack in a game... all music are MOD4CH.. or .. the PURE Amiga module..

Unreal tournament uses a format .IT like. (an .IT changed or pure?)

-- Why USE Modules in your game?

With modules your can do infinity loops, a long music with few bytes, an event handler for play determined music pattern or music samples.. like SFX in music.

-- Why DON´T USE Modules in your game?

Hard to implement a module player.. (hand-make, nope using libs like Mikmod lib!)
Sometimes uses more "clocks" than a MP3 player...(fmod statistics.. a MP3 takes about 1~2% of my cpu.. and a .IT/.XM takes about 4~13% here!!!!!!)


In my opinion, a game with Modules, can be very very bealtiful, and with best soundtracks AND sfx than a game with MP3+SFX..
and for games with "mutators" (for UT or MODs for Quake*) this can be very usefull...


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I''d be also glad to find some archive with REASONABLE sounds. So no Real audio format, 11khz, 8bit and such useless stuff. At least 22khz 16bit wavs.

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