Sequence 4

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Sequence 4
Composer Chris Grigg
Released 1988-0?-??
Title Origin Game Location

Sequence 4 is one of 6 unique musical sequences you have to collect in Impossible Mission II. On the way, you may find two duplicates and have to erase them.

The Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum versions represent the musical sequences as words only.

Games

Impossible Mission II (C64)

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Impossible Mission II (C64)
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Arranger Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Programmer Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Released 1988-0?-??
Length 0:06.69 (NTSC), 0:07.98 (PAL)
BPM 179 (NTSC), 150 (PAL)
Format SID
Loops No

Uniquely to the C64, the 6 sequences have the same melody, but different instruments. In an apparent pre-release, the melody is Original Rags. Although the SID chip could do better, some of the instruments are so similar that the duplicates may be hard to find for some ears.

Unlike the theme, the driver is custom, tuned to NTSC and synchronized to the screen refresh. Sequences 3 and 5 use combined waveforms and therefore sound different on both SID models. At least until the arrangers' original settings are known, all are recorded. People who worked at Novotrade could be asked for confirmation. Sadly, Gábor Pongyor has already passed away.

  1. VICE 3.2 with the model C64C NTSC.
  2. VICE 3.2 with the model C64 NTSC, whenever different from 1.
  3. A real C64C PAL with an 8580 R5 4091.
  4. VICE 3.2 with the model C64 PAL, whenever different from 3.

The sequences are tracks 2 to 7 in the rip.

Impossible Mission II (AMI)

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Impossible Mission II (AMI)
Arranger Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Programmer Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Released 1988-0?-??
BPM 148 (PAL)
Loops No


Impossible Mission II (AST)

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Impossible Mission II (AST)
Arranger Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Programmer Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Released 1988-0?-??
Loops No


Impossible Mission II (DOS)

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Impossible Mission II (DOS)
Arranger Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Programmer Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Released 1988-0?-??
BPM 175
Loops No


Impossible Mission II (A2)

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Impossible Mission II (A2)
Arranger Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Programmer Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Released 1988-??-??
Loops No


Impossible Mission II (A2GS)

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Impossible Mission II (A2GS)
Arranger Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Programmer Tamás Révbíró, Gábor Pongyor
Released 1989-??-??
Loops No


Impossible Mission II (NES)

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Impossible Mission II (NES)
Arranger Peter Gosztola
Programmer Peter Gosztola
Released 19??-??-??
Format NSF
Loops No

It is track 5 in the rip.

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