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Subjectcool, thx for explanation -nt- Reply to this message
Posted byRyoandr
Posted on04/27/05 03:25 AM



> > Anyone have it? It has a sound test in which there are 3 version of each
> music:
> > "Ver B ORI", "Ver A ORI", "AB".
> >
> > And the legendary "after burner" theme is different between ver A and B. I
> > remember debates around, "hey this is not the exact theme, it misses some
> > instruments!!"; well B is like arcade, and A is the one with extra
> instruments.
> > I still wonder where Ver A appeared, since it was not in arcades...
>
> OK, lets lay this one to rest.
>
> Whilst the game was in developement the Afterburner soundtrack was the "extra
> instrument" version with the full YM2151 melody.
>
> During developement for whatever reason the soundtrack was heard without the YM
> running (just the SegaPCM) and the game designers liked the bass driven sound so
> much they decided to drop the YM2151 melody and use that version instead.
>
> The reason people recognise the originals is due to the fact that these were the
> basis for most of the arrangements and mix's, and these versions allegedly
> appeared on some magazine cover cassettes,
>
> Cheers,
>
> Six...
>
> System16 - The Arcade Museum
>




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*Sega Ages 2500 Vol 10: After Burner II  Ryoandr04/22/05 02:49 AM
.*Re: Sega Ages 2500 Vol 10: After Burner II  Sixtoe04/26/05 02:04 PM
...cool, thx for explanation -nt-  Ryoandr04/27/05 03:25 AM
.*Re: Sega Ages 2500 Vol 10: After Burner II  R. Belmont04/22/05 02:00 PM
..*Re: Sega Ages 2500 Vol 10: After Burner II  Ryoandr04/22/05 11:04 PM
.*Re: Sega Ages 2500 Vol 10: After Burner II  ZeroKnightRaiden04/22/05 12:01 PM
.*PC-Engine probably -nt  Jonemaan04/22/05 05:41 AM
..*I don't think so  Ryoandr04/22/05 09:51 AM