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{{Infobox Song
 
{{Infobox Song
 
| Title      = Groove
 
| Title      = Groove
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| Image      = Xargon - DOS - Title.png
 
| Listen      = 01 - Xargon - DOS - Groove.ogg
 
| Listen      = 01 - Xargon - DOS - Groove.ogg
 
| Composer    = [[Dan Froelich]]
 
| Composer    = [[Dan Froelich]]
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| Format      = CMF
 
| Format      = CMF
 
| Game        = Xargon (DOS)
 
| Game        = Xargon (DOS)
| TitleOrigin = Official
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| TitleOrigin = File Name
 
| Loops      = Yes
 
| Loops      = Yes
 
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It is one of the very few [[CMF]] songs that uses note velocity so clearly, so this song is an excellent test piece when comparing CMF players.
 
It is one of the very few [[CMF]] songs that uses note velocity so clearly, so this song is an excellent test piece when comparing CMF players.
 
{{SongScreenshot|Xargon - DOS - Title.png|left}}
 
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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Latest revision as of 00:25, 1 February 2015

Groove
Xargon - DOS - Title.png
Composer Dan Froelich
Arranger Dan Froelich
Released 1994-??-??
Length 0:38
Format CMF.png
Game Xargon (DOS)
Title Origin File Name
Loops Yes

This song is used across all three episodes of Xargon as the background music for the demo. The full song title is unknown, however Allen Pilgrim (Xargon programmer) released some original files from the game[1], which included all the music files. In that release, this song was named GROOVE.CMF.

It is one of the very few CMF songs that uses note velocity so clearly, so this song is an excellent test piece when comparing CMF players.

References