Duel With The Steel Beast

This mod changes the duel music in multiplayer. The music is pretty good. It has some exciting points to it, and lasts for about 4 minutes....


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This mod changes the duel music in multiplayer. The music is pretty good. It has some exciting points to it, and lasts for about 4 minutes. The music itself is by John Williams, who I am sure you all know. This song, “Belly Of The Steel Beast”, is from the Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade. The music has excellent quality. I love how the author included the uninstall instructions in his readme:

Take a wild guess. (That means, take the .pk3 out of base. Duh.)

Also, you can hear the duel music in the game without getting into a duel. Just type:

/music music/mp/duel.mp3

Overall, this music is great. Its got a nice length, and is appropriate for duels. If you are ever getting bored of the original duel music, I would suggest you try this mod out.

Title: Belly Of The Steel Beast Composer: John Williams Soundtrack: Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade Length: 3:54 (3 minutes, 54 seconds)


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Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy Modification

Mod Name: PZ - Duel With The Steel Beast (Duel Music)

Modder: Shawn Za'an II (a.k.a. Philbo "The Rancor" Za'an a.k.a. "DON'T call me Junior!")

Mod Type: Duel Mode Music Mod (say that 100,000 times fast)

Original CD Tracks: 
	John Williams - Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade (Soundtrack) - Belly Of The Steel Beast

Running Time: 3 mins, 54 seconds (3:54)

Quality: This duel music has been imbued with The Power Of HAT.


Tools Used:     Creative Recorder v1.02
		Blaze Audio Wave Creator 3 Trial v3.1.0.47
		Ease MP3 Wav Converter v1.21

Working Time: Holy cowbert. I don't want to talk about it.

Filename: pzDuelWithTheSteelBeast.pk3

Size: 3,745,041 bytes. (That's three million, seven hundred forty-five thousand, forty-one.)


Installation:   Just drop the .pk3 into your base folder.  Make sure it's the only duel 
		music mod you've got in there, or you'll base will explode (that's what 
		they tell me, anyhow).  I know that the server needs to have the .pk3 
		if it's a pure server, dunno about others though.  (I try to stay out of 
		all this technical stuff.)  So just stick this in base and give it a try.
		(And if you just can't seem to hear it on the server, but are dying to hear
		some butt-kickin' Indiana Jones music, just go to the main screen of JA and 
		type "/music music/mp/duel" in console.)

Uninstall: Take a wild guess. (That means, take the .pk3 out of base. Duh.)


Contact Info: 
	E-Mail: thepowerofhat@yahoo.com
	MSN Messenger: thepowerofhat@hotmail.com
	Phone Number: 1-800-MAY-THE-HAT-BE-WITH-YOU
	Clan: The Jedi Order - http://www.jedi-order.net/


= Personal Reflection ("Everything looks backwards in the mirror...") =

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a young guy named Philbo Za'an uploaded his new 
duel music "Scherzo For Lightsabre And Orchestra" to the great guys at PCGameMods. It got 
posted up immediately, and was removed shortly thereafter. This young Philbo said, "Well, 
crap on that, then." And he grabbed his duel music, tossed it into an e-mail, aimed, and 
fired it at the nearest JK3Files place.

A few millenia later, it finally got posted up. And Philbo was very, very happy with the 
review. So happy, in fact, that he finally decided to go ahead and send two more of his 
finished duel musicfulnesses - "Anthem For Saving The Galaxy" from the Halo soundtrack and
"Duel With The Steel Beast", another from the IJLC soundtrack. He also finally got around to
sending his Jurancor Park music to Sith-J-Cull, who was so pleased, he asked little Philbo 
to start on another music project for him. Philbo more than happily accepted the challenge,
and was ready to get started.

Until all hell broke loose... (BUH-Buh-buhhh...)

So I was all ready to get started on some of this stuff, when I decided I was feeling a tad
left out of the school play. We're doing "Noises Off" this semester, and being pretty big on
acting and such, I couldn't help but audition. This was the first time I didn't get a part
in a play (there's only 9 roles), which was fine by me, because the drama teacher asked me
to do the sound for the play instead. ("Sounds fun", I said. Pun intended.)

Well, being the bored type of person that I was, and being that I didn't actually HAVE to be
at any rehearsals until November 6th, I figured I go ahead and help out with anything I
could anyhow. So I came to the rehearsals anyway, helping to build the set (which rocks, by 
the way), helping the Stage Manager and Assistant Stage Manager keep things under control 
(two very nice young ladies, by the way), and helping the actors out with... well... acting.

Anyhow, apparently, I was spending a bit too much time there. Because our drama teacher, the
Director for all the plays, decided that seeing as how I was sort of a "legend" in the plays
here at school, I should help out with the play a bit more. Alot more, actually. So she made
up a new position for me: Assistant Director.

I jumped at the opportunity, seeing as how all these people were my friends, and I
considered it a complement to have a new job created just for me. So now I get to help with
additional blocking, improved acting, and teaching the kids how to improvise their way out
of dire situations (I'm a God at that, I tell you). All this was from 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM or
so every day after school. Which really wasn't too bad.

And yeah, then things got worse.

Because THEN, the fine arts department commissioned me to be the escort for our homecoming
candidate. It was only a week-long thing, but every night that week, the homecoming court
went out for activities starting at 6:00 PM, and we finished up every night at around 11:00.

So my days went like this:

Wake up at 6 AM, go to school from 8 to 2:45 PM, play rehearsal from 3 to 6, homecoming 
stuff from 6 to at least 11, home by 11:30 or so, shower and homework to 2 AM the next day,
and four hours of sleep before it all repeated. Having the ACT that Saturday didn't help
much either. It was like hell week on 'roids or somethin'.

Anyhow, that's all over now. The play's goin' great, etc. etc. good time happy fun yeah.

Oh. About the music. It's another from the IJLC soundtrack, obviously. I'm personally not as
happy about the job I did on this one compared to what I did with "Scherzo", simply because
this one has a few rough spots. But the track still has a looping ability worthy of the
gods, if you ask me. It's only from one track this time, but the editing required to take
this thing down to under four minutes was astounding. I went so far as to remove certain
bits of music simply because they didn't sound quite Star-Warsy enough, including the Indy
theme (which I love, yes, but I didn't think it would fit too well). At least four hours of
hard-core work went into this baby, and I hope you like it more than I do. (Bad me!)

Ah. And by the way. My thanks go out to Chaos Varsil for gettin' my first music into the 
community, Sith-J-Cull for being a rockin' awesome mapper and givin' me some jobs to do, and
Amos Magee over at JK3Files for giving "Scherzo For Lightsabre And Orchestra" such a big
happy good fun review.


= Who In The Bloody Hell Am I? =

Just a little about myself here, or somethin'. As I suggested up there at the top, most
everyone around here calls me Shawn Za'an II or Philbo Za'an, and I've got numerous other
names from role-playing and such. Of course, my real name's Clinton Kubat, resident of
the great nation of the U. S. of A.

Being an aspiring composer myself, I do a lot of studying of stuff from movies, games, and
the like. And obviously, I've gotten into music editing as well. So a lot of my studies are
gonna wind up turning into some nice duel music for the kids. Yaay for them.

I think I'm gettin' the hang of this editing thing (you can decide for yourself, I guess),
and hopefully I could get a job doing some stuff like this and get a little start on my
composing career. (It's either composing or some sort of psychology job, anyhow.) 

So uhh... I guess once I finish up college (I'm a senior in high school right now), I'll be 
jumping on the typical
psychologist/music-composer/music-editor/actor/voice-actor/writer/garbage-man bandwagon,
and if I'm lucky, you guys may get to see some of my work in action. (Better yet, if anyone
in the community has some true mental health problems, I could be your psychiatrist.)

Wish me luck in the future everybody, and keep an eye open for more of my work.


= Also See... =

Map Music:
	Chaos Tomb (for Chaos Varsil's duel map of the same name) [http://www.pcgamemods.com/6177/]

Duel Music:
	Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade - Scherzo For Lightsabre And Orchestra [http://jediknight2.filefront.com/file/PZ_Scherzo_For_Lightsabre_And_Orchestra;31814]
	Halo - Anthem For Saving The Galaxy [keep an eye open for it]


= Coming Soon =

Duel Music:
	More Indiana Jones duel music.
	Some possible duel music from Stargate, Independence Day, Home Alone, Men In Black,
		Spider-Man, and whatever else I've got here that I may find useful.

Map Music:
	Jurancor Park - Not Endorsed (for Sith-J-Cull's "Jurancor Park" map)
	Some more music for another map coming from the mind of Sith-J.
	More stuff? (Any mappers out there looking for some music, feel free to come to me.)




You may use this mod for your own mod-making uses, PROVIDED that you include this readme 
file, AS WELL as e-mail me telling me that you used it. (Of course, if you're wanting some 
music like this for your own mods or something, I'd be more than happy to make some NEW 
stuff for you instead.)

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