Primitive Beach

Game Name: Ape Escape

md5sum: 4047710f64dee9e504774fa3fa647290
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Added by: Pongball  Added: 2002-09-04

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Upload Date and Time: 08/15/2002 21:43:06

Uploaded by:  (Daniel Wright)

Game System: Sony Playstation
Game Name: Ape Escape
Song Title: Primitive Beach
Sequenced by: Daniel Wright  Original Composed by: Soichi Terada
Other Information: Hi there!Thanks for looking at this!From the Primitive Ocean level (with the beach with thesandcastles!)  The file was made in NoteWorthy Composer.The making of the file was not difficult, but the drumsare not all that accurate, but the other parts seem ok.Unlike all my other Ape Escape MIDIs, this files doesn'tloop because the filesize would be extremely big.  If youwant to hear it loop like it does in the game, simply playback the MIDI with your player on Loop mode.  In otherwords, the entire MIDI loops as it is like the originalsong in the game.Due to the large amounts of pitch bends in the song,I have previously found occasional timer "lags"/delayduring playback.  I've done my best to prevent this inthe final release version here, but if this does happen,it is the MIDI file at fault and not your player.The problem area was about 1:31 - 1:51.Your comments and complaints are welcome at  or  main address, ffviii_squaresoft won't fit in a MIDI track nameso that's why I got another account!)btw, I'm dw_junon at vgmusic forums!Excuse me for going on an' on an' on (especially to the hostfor using up valuable web space)Daniel Wright

-MIDI Header Information-
MIDI Type: 1
Number of Tracks: 10
Delta Time Setting: 192

-Text Analysis-
Primitive Beach
By Soichi Terada arr. and seq. Daniel Wright
Generated by NoteWorthy Composer

-Copyright Event Analysis-
This song is from the Playstation Game "Ape Escape".
This sequence is by Daniel Wright.

-Midi TrackName Analysis-
Steel Drum/synth
Steel Drum
Hardcore-type Drum (SqWv
Bass +