D's Quest

by MicroD

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Despite his best repair efforts amidst the injurious fanfare of cabin-mounted trumpets and oboes, the coupling had failed. His hideous invention yet hurtled forward, but for how long? Radical D peered out past the sweat and swelter to discover the square had been emptied. The many metal legs could no longer conceal their battle scars and the machine began to creak to a halt, leaving only the persistent ticking of a worn-out wristwatch. D's Quest would be cast aside, fragmented.

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D's Quest contains all-new tracks created for the Roland MT-32 Multi-Timbre Sound Module. The Roland MT-32 was the standard platform for computer music and PC games in the late 80s/early 90s (notably those made by Sierra) prior to the adoption of General MIDI.

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released June 21, 2016

Mixed and mastered by Michael DuFault.
Artwork by Michael DuFault.
Prologue Narrated by Glen McCready (voice123.com/glenmccready)

Bonus Track Credits -
Song originally by Sievert.
Artwork originally by iLKke.
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Copyright © 2016 MicroD All Rights Reserved.

All tracks were composed via MIDI for playback on the Roland MT-32 Multi-Timbre Sound Module.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_MT-32

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MicroD Fort Worth, Texas

MicroD draws inspiration from video game classics and uses the same old consoles (Gameboy, NES) with specialized software to create new original music.

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Track Name: Prologue
Despite his best repair efforts amidst the injurious fanfare of cabin-mounted trumpets and oboes, the coupling had failed. His hideous invention yet hurtled forward, but for how long? Radical D peered out past the sweat and swelter to discover the square had been emptied. The many metal legs could no longer conceal their battle scars and the machine began to creak to a halt, leaving only the persistent ticking of a worn-out wristwatch. D's Quest would be cast aside, fragmented.
Track Name: Marks of Wear
On the edge of anything
Oh the tiny marks of wear
All the signs that there was some-thing there

In the shallow space where objects meet
Under the sunlight's steamy glare
Among the tiny grains of dust and hair