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                                 Mad Maestro
                                Playstation 2 
                               FAQ/Walkthrough 

                            Document Version: 0.30

                  Topher Tweten [dragon_eye398@hotmail.com]
                               Otherwise Known As
                          NostalgicX, SuperNova, NOVA

_______________________________________________________________________________

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-----------------------
-  TABLE OF CONTENTS  -
-----------------------

 01. LEGAL AGREEMENTS

 02. INTRODUCTION

 03. MENUS
     (03A. Main Menu)
       [03A1. Tutorial]
       [03A2. New Game]
       [03A3. Load Game]
       [03A4. Child Mode]
     (03B. Your Room)
       [03B1. Story]
       [03B2. Extra Fun]
         (03B2A. Free Play)
         (03B2B. Music Room)
         (03B2C. Bonus Games)
         (03B2D. Replay)
         (03B2E. Concert Play)
       [03B3. Game Settings]
         (03B3A. Performance Evaluation Volume)
         (03B3A. Adjust Baton Settings)
       [03B4. Save]

 04. CONTROLS

 05. HOW TO PLAY
     (05A. Basics)
     (05A. Screen Explanation)
     (05A. Cue Points)
     (05A. Medley Mode)

 06. WALKTHROUGH
     (06A. Stage 01)
     (06B. Stage 02)
     (06C. Stage 03)
     (06D. Stage 04)
     (06E. Stage 05)
     (06F. Stage 06)
     (06G. Stage 07)
     (06H. Stage 08)
     (06I. Stage 09)
     (06J. Stage 10)
     (06K. Stage 11)

 07. BONUS SONGS
     (07A. Stage 01)
     (07B. Stage 02)
     (07C. Stage 03)
     (07D. Stage 04)
     (07E. Stage 05)
     (07F. Stage 06)
     (07G. Stage 07)
     (07H. Stage 08)
     (07I. Stage 09)
     (07J. Stage 10)

 08. FULL SONG LIST

 09. CONTACT

 10. VERSION HISTORY

 11. CREDITS

Note: If you want to get to a certain section very fast, copy the number
      and/or letter combination and hit Control+F then paste it. You'll
      be at the section you wanted in an instant.


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-                            01. LEGAL AGREEMENTS                             -
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This entire document is (c) 2008 Chris Tweten. All trademarks are property of
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The only website I will regularly upload the newest versions of my guide to
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it is in your sole responsibility to keep up to date.


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-                              02. INTRODUCTION                               -
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 _____________________________________________________________________________
|=============================================================================|
|                                                                             |
|                                                                             |
|                         Official Box Description:                           |
|          "The city plans to destroy the concert hall! You are a             |
|          promising young conductor attempting to recruit the best           |
|           musicians in your town. Once you've got your ensemble             |
|        together, it's time for the big show. A musical extravaganza         |
|          at the Symphony Hall! Perform perfectly, and keep music            |
|         alive for generations to come. Hit a bad note, and you'll           |
|                         be looking for a new gig!                           |
|                                                                             |
|                    11 levels to beat, including the epic                    |
|                      performance at the symphony hall!                      |
|                                                                             |
|                          Feel the music with touch                          |
|                             sensitive controls!                             |
|                                                                             |
|                          Recruit a lion, a model, a                         |
|                         news reporter, a fisherman,                         |
|                         and space aliens to play in                         |
|                            your oddball orchestra!"                         |
|                                                                             |
|                                                                             |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
'============================================================================='

Just like the box says, it's a unique kind of game where you have to perfect
your playing or else you'll be out of luck. They're underestimating the
amount of levels in the game since it only includes Story Mode. There's
actually a LOT of replayability to the game! Uhhh..other than that, they
hit the nail on the head.

I'd have to say that this game plays a lot like Parappa the Rapper, but with
a lot more complexity. I think this is the first music game to feature touch
sensitivity as a main feature. You'll have to tap buttons at certain strengths
to conduct your orchestra properly. Thank EB for clearance bins, otherwise
this guide wouldn't exist.


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-                                  03. MENUS                               -
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  ___________________
+---------------------+
|  (03A) . Main Menu  |
+---------------------+

 Select from the following options. Use the directional buttons
  to make your selection and press the X button to confirm your
  choice.

          _________________________________________________________
         /\                                                        \
         \_|  The two difficulty settings are EASY and NORMAL.      |
           |  It's a good idea to select EASY while you're getting  |
           |  used to the game. In EASY mode, each concert has      |
           |  fewer pieces to play, the Tension Meter rises more    |
           |  easily, and there is no Medley Mode. To make your     |
           |  selection, press the direction button left/right      |
           |  and then press the X button.                          |
           |   _____________________________________________________|_
            \_/______________________________________________________/

 _____________________
-----------------------
-  (03A1) . Tutorial  -
-----------------------

 Learn how to conduct

 _____________________
-----------------------
-  (03A2) . New Game  -
-----------------------

 Start a new game by first selecting the game difficulty.
  After either the Tutorial or a movie is displayed, you
  advance to Your Room.

 ______________________
------------------------
-  (03A3) . Load Game  -
------------------------

 Load a previously saved game from a memory card (8MB)
  (for Playstation 2) inserted in MEMORY CARD slot 1 to
  resume game play. After selecting a game file, you
  advance to Your Room.

 _______________________
-------------------------
-  (03A4) . Child Mode  -
-------------------------

Child Mode is geared towards youngsters. In this mode:

 No matter how you conduct, you will always be able to play
  through to the end of the piece.

 You can conduct at any strength, since no pressure
  variation is required.

 Your performance will not affect the development of
  the story or saved data.

Select CHILD MODE from the MAIN MENU. Use the directional button
to select one of the Bravo Town characters and press the X button to
start a stage. You can return to the MAIN MENU again by simultaneously
pressing the L2, R2, and Triangle buttons.

When you clear a stage, the game keeps its stage clear status until you
switch off the power.

  ___________________
+---------------------+
|  (03B) . Your Room  |
+---------------------+

   ,
   |\
   | |    
   |/     
  /|_   To enter the ROOM MENU, select your game difficulty by pressing
 //| \  the directional button left or right and then press the X button.
| \|_ |
 \_|_/  You can make the following selections from the ROOM MENU:
   |
  @'

 __________________
--------------------
-  (03B1) . Story  -
--------------------

 Play the game stages. It's basically what you do to unlock all
  your songs and such. Upon completion, you'll have other things
  to bother yourself with.

 ______________________
------------------------
-  (03B2) . Extra Fun  -
------------------------

 This is where you'll spend all your time after completion of
  the Story Mode. There are several options for replayability,
  outlined below.

------------------------
-  (03B2A. Free Play)  -
------------------------

 Play pieces you have already cleared, using your own settings.


-------------------------
-  (03B2B. Music Room)  -
-------------------------

 Listen to the pieces you have already cleared.

--------------------------
-  (03B2C. Bonus Games)  -
--------------------------

 Play Bonus Games you have already cleared.
 This part of the game is actually almost as long as the
  Story Mode, so there's a whole section dedicated to it.

---------------------
-  (03B2D. Replay)  -
---------------------

 Watch replays that have been saved in a memory card inserted
  in MEMORY CARD slot 1. You can only save replays after playing
  FREE PLAY or after clearing all the stages the first time around.

---------------------------
-  (03B2E. Concert Play)  -
---------------------------

 Clear the stages and you will eventually be able to hold a real
  concert! Concerts have no Tension Meter and you must conduct
  several pieces of music.

 You will be evaluated on your performance when you've completed
  all the pieces. If the audience loves your performance, you will
  play an encore to finish the concert.

 Upon completion of Story Mode, this becomes available to play.
  There are a total of 15 programmes to play through, each of
  which has different song sets.

 If you manage to complete all 15 concert programmes, you will
  now be able to play the Final Concert.

 In the Final Concert, you will have to play all 34 pieces of
  music in the game consecutively. You fail if you play a single
  piece poorly, so this is considered to be a great feat to
  complete (omg rhyming!).

 By completing Concert Mode, you unlock an extra song. This can
  be done a total of three times, in addition to the Final Concert
  encore. These songs are:
      1. William Tell Overture - Gioachino Rossini
      2. Rackozki March - Hector Berlioz
      3. 1st Movement / 5th Symphony - Ludwig Van Beethoven

      Encore:
      Radetsky March - Johann Strauss I

 __________________________
----------------------------
-  (03B3) . Game Settings  -
----------------------------

 This menu is essential if you want to play this game for
  long periods of time. There are two options here:


--------------------------------------------
-  (03B3A. Performance Evaluation Volume)  -
--------------------------------------------

 Adjust the volume of the performance evaluation in stages.
  What this means is that you can change how loud those
  amazing voice actors are! *sarcasm*

------------------------------------
-  (03B3B. Adjust Baton Settings)  -
------------------------------------

 Adjust the Strength settings of the Baton buttons. When
  finished, select CHECK to return to the game to check
  your new control settings.

 _________________
-------------------
-  (03B4) . Save  -
-------------------

 Save your present position to a memory card inserted in MEMORY
  CARD slot 1. You need at least 92kb of free space to save a
  game.

 I know you see it on-screen in every game, but it's advisable
  to not remove the memory card while saving. It can seriously
  fuck up a lot of saves, other than Mad Maestro.


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-                                04. CONTROLS                               -
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The controls of Mad Maestro are very simple, but the complexity comes from
pressing your baton with different pressures. Enough about that, I bet you're
just itching to learn the controls. The next section deals with what to do
in the game anyways.

        Note: When playing in Child Mode, you can press L2+R2+Triangle
              simultaneously to return to the Main Menu.

                                     | |
                _,.--.,_             | |              _,.--.,_
               |  _____ |            | |             | _____  |
               |-'     `'.___________|_|____________,'`     `-|
             ,'    __     `.                      ,'    .,.    `.
            /     |  |      \       SONY         /     (/_\)     \
           !   __  \/  __    |                  !  ,-.  `-'  ,-.  |
           |  |__ >  < __|   !__SELECT   START__| ([] )     ( O ) !
           !       /\        ___`-.        ,-'     `-'  ,-.  `-'  |
           |\     |__|     ,'   `. \ANALOG/ ,'   `.    ( X )     /|
           | `.           /       \ |    | /       \    `-'    ,' |
           |   `-.____,-. \       / |____| \       / ,-.____,-'   |
           |           ,'\ `.___,' /      \ `.___,' /`.           |
           |          /   `-.___,-'        `-.___,-'   \          |
           \         /                                  \         /
            \       /                                    \       /
             `.__,-'                                      `-.__,'

D Pad
 Part Buttons
 Move Cursor

Start
 Skip Cutscene
 Pause the Performance

Select
 Stop Performance

Triangle Button
 Baton

Circle Button
 Baton

X Button
 Baton

Square Button
 Baton

L1 Trigger
 Scroll backward through pages in the Extra Fun menu

R1 Trigger
 Scroll forward through pages in the Extra Fun menu


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-                              05. HOW TO PLAY                               -
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   +---------------------------------------------------------------------+
   |                                                                     |
   |  I thought the in-game tutorial did a great job, so here's exactly  |
   |  what's in it! I'll add in some more explanations after, since it   |
   |  actually did miss a few key points. -NostalgicX                    |
   |                                                                     |
   +---------------------------------------------------------------------+

  ________________
+------------------+
|  (05A) . Basics  |
+------------------+

Welcome to the wonderful world of "Mad Maestro!"!
From this moment on you are a conductor!

As a conductor, your job is to:
 Control the tempo of the pieces
 Control the volume
 Control the part

Conduct your orchestra with these 3 things in mind to perform
well. There are 3 things that you must do as a conductor.

The first thing to learn are the 'Baton Buttons'
Press any of the square, triangle, circle or x buttons
to 'keep the tempo' and follow the 'strength directions'
You can press any one of the Baton Buttons. Use the
easiest one to conduct with.

The interval between each press of the Baton
Buttons controls the tempo while volume is controlled
by the strength with which you press the buttons.

The 'Part Buttons' are the directional buttons
which are used to direct your conducting.

Press a Part Button in the direction that
you wish to conduct at the same time as
pressing a Baton Button to direct the performance.

  ____________________________
+------------------------------+
|  (05B) . Screen Explanation  |
+------------------------------+

*GAME SCREEN ASCII HERE!*


Let's look at the Game Screen.

At the beginning, there are four circles on the screen.
This is the 'Tempo Navigator' to help you to
navigate around the screen when you are conducting.

Each circle is a 'Cue Point' and the blue ball
that moves between them is the 'Cue Ball'.

The Tempo Navigator is made from the number of beats
in the piece. If there are 4 of them, there are 4 Cue Points.
So, there are 3 Cue Points for a piece with 3 beats.

As the conductor you can measure the beat
by pressing a Baton Button with good timing
when the Cue Ball covers one of the Cue Points.

Good timing is indicated with a circle.
Perfect timing is indicated with two circles.

You will be told why you are making mistakes.
When you conduct too fast, the word 'fast' is displayed.
And when you conduct too slow, the word 'slow' is displayed.

By successfully conducting one bar of music with all
circle or double circles, you will be evaluated as 'Good'.
In contrast, you only need one 'X' mark for it to be
evaluated as 'Bad'.

Next. On the left of the screen is the Tension Meter.
This meter will go up when you continue to perform well.
The opposite is also true. The meter will sink
when you conduct badly and you will fail
the entire performance if you allow it to fall too low.

Fill the Tension Meter and you will please the angel.
This is when Angel Mode starts.
You will clear the stage by continuing to play in Angel Mode.

There is one thing that you should be cautious of!
Angel Mode means that you are performing well.
However, if you start to perform really badly...

You will lose all the accumulated tension
in one go and will start to play in Devil Mode.

You must play a whole bar with double circles
before you can start to accumulate tension again.
Let's move on...

On the right is the Pressure Meter. This indicates
the strength that you are pressing the Baton Buttons.

The Tempo Navigator shows you how the music
should be performed.

Grasp the tempo of evey piece and
use the Baton Buttons to keep the tempo.

The Tempo Navigator will change in size
when the tempo changes.

The Cue Points will move apart at
passages when the tempo slows.

Similarly the Cue Points will move closer
together when the tempo speeds up.

Constantly look for tempo changes and press
the Baton Buttons with good timing to conduct.

  ____________________
+----------------------+
|  (05C) . Cue Points  |
+----------------------+

The Cue Points come in three colors.
These colors indicate the strength that
you should conduct.

You can control this strength depending on
how hard you press the Baton Buttons.

Keep an eye on the color of the
Cue Points and try to apply the correct strength.

The blue Cue Points are weak.
The green Cue Points are medium...
And the red Cue Points are strong!!

You'll know when you've made a mistake,
as the wrong color will be displayed in the Cue Point.

Base your conducting on all of these elements,
but also try to perform with feeling.

The Pressure Meter indicates the strength
that you are pressing the Baton Buttons.

Try to keep the colors of the Cue Points
and the Pressure Meter the same.

Another thing...
Sometimes the Cue Points contain an arrow.
This indicates the part direction.

Press one of the Part Buttons in the same direction as
the arrow at the same time as you press a Baton Button.
Your timing must be very good.

If you make a mistake, an 'X' will be displayed
and the orchestra will make a strange noise.

What's more...
Occasionally there are Cue Points with a Star.
This is when you can sustain a note.
Try holding down the Baton Button at a Star Cue Point.

The Cue Ball will stop at the next Cue Point
and the previous note will be held until
you press the Baton Button again.

Don't hold the note too long though,
as the Tension Meter will drop.

  _____________________
+-----------------------+
|  (05D) . Medley Mode  |
+-----------------------+



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-                              06. WALKTHROUGH                               -
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


This is the section you'll want to read if you're having difficulty clearing
a song or the Medley Mode bonus song of the Stage. I have the opening of
each section set up like so:

Stage Name - 
Song Title - 
Bonus Song - 
Cue Points - ?/4

It's very self-explanatory, but in each section, I will provide the game
script for each cutscene before the song. From here, I'll give you tips on
clearing the song and then tips on clearing the Medley song.

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (06A) . Stage 01  |
+--------------------+

Stage Name - Will the Couple do a "pas de deux?"
Song Title - Hungarian Dance No. 6 in D Major
Bonus Song - Hungarian Dance No. 5 in G minor
Cue Points - 4/4

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (06B) . Stage 02  |
+--------------------+

Stage Name - The Savior of the Run Down Circus
Song Title - Slavic Dance No. 7
Bonus Song - Thunder and Lightning
Cue Points - 4/4

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (06C) . Stage 03  |
+--------------------+

Stage Name - Troubled Fashion Show
Song Title - Finale from the Carnival of Animals
Bonus Song - The Marriage of Figaro
Cue Points - 4/4

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (06D) . Stage 04  |
+--------------------+

Stage Name - The Swan and the Boy
Song Title - Scene from Swan Lake
Bonus Song - Toreador Song from Carmen
Cue Points - 4/4

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (06E) . Stage 05  |
+--------------------+

Stage Name - UFO Night
Song Title - Ride of the Valkyries from The Valkyrie
Bonus Song - Night on Bare Mountain
Cue Points - 3/4

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (06F) . Stage 06  |
+--------------------+

Stage Name - You too, Lionel?
Song Title - Marche Militaire
Bonus Song - Entry of the Gladiators
Cue Points - 4/4

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (06G) . Stage 07  |
+--------------------+

Stage Name - Hannie's Feeling Down
Song Title - March from the Nutcracker
Bonus Song - Trepak from the Nutcracker
Cue Points - 4/4

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (06H) . Stage 08  |
+--------------------+

Stage Name - How Proud is a Top Model?
Song Title - 40th Symphony K550 / 1st Movement
Bonus Song - Orpheus in the Underworld Overture
Cue Points - 4/4

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (06I) . Stage 09  |
+--------------------+

Stage Name - Greetings From Mars
Song Title - "Baba Yaga's Hut" From Pictures at an Exhibition
Bonus Song - 4th Movement from 9th symphony
Cue Points - 4/4

  _________________
+-------------------+
|  (06J) . Stage 10 | 
+-------------------+

Stage Name - The Secret of the  Lake
Song Title - Dance of the Four Swans from Swan Lake
Bonus Song - Morning from Peer Gynt Suite
Cue Points - 4/4

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (06K) . Stage 11  |
+--------------------+

Stage Name - Shake it, Bravoes!

# of Songs - Normal: 3
           - Easy: 2

Bonus Song - William Tell Overture (1st Play)
           - Rackozki March (2nd Play)
           - 1st Movement / 5th Symphony (3rd Play and onward)

Cue Points - 4/4



-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-                              07. BONUS GAMES                                -
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (07A) . Stage 01  |
+--------------------+

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (07B) . Stage 02  |
+--------------------+

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (07C) . Stage 03  |
+--------------------+

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (07D) . Stage 04  |
+--------------------+

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (07E) . Stage 05  |
+--------------------+

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (07F) . Stage 06  |
+--------------------+

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (07G) . Stage 07  |
+--------------------+

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (07H) . Stage 08  |
+--------------------+

  __________________
+--------------------+
|  (07I) . Stage 09  |
+--------------------+

  _________________
+-------------------+
|  (07J) . Stage 10 | 
+-------------------+


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-                             08. FULL SONG LIST                              -
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


01. Hungarian Dance No.6 in D Major - Johannes Brahms
02. Hungarian Dance No.5 in G Major - Johannes Brahms
03. Slavic Dance No.7 - Antonin Dvorak
04. Thunder and Lightning - Johann Strauss II
05. Finale from Carnival of the Animals - Camille Saint-Saens
06. The Marriage of Figaro - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
07. Scene from Swan Lake - Piotr Tchaikovsky
08. Toreador Song from Carmen - Georges Bizet
09. Baba Yaga's Hut from Pictures at an Exhibition - Modeste Mussorgsky
10. 9th Symphony / 4th Movement - Ludwig Van Beethoven
11. Entry of the Gladiators - Julius Fucik
12. Marche Militaire - Franz Schubert
13. March from The Nutcracker - Piotr Tchaikovsky
14. Trepak from The Nutcracker - Piotr Tchaikovsky
15. 40th Symphony K550 / 1st Movement - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
16. Orpheus in the Underworld Overture -  Jacques Offenbach
17. Flight of the Valkyries from The Valkyrie - Richard Wagner
18. Night on Bald Mountain - Modeste Mussorgsky
19. Dance of the Four Swans from Swan Lake - Piotr Tchaikovsky
20. Morning from Pier Gynt Suite - Edvard Grieg
21. William Tell Overture - Gioachino Rossini
22. Racoczki March - Hector berlioz
23. 5th Symphony / 1st Movement - Ludwig Van Beethoven
24. Radetsky March - Johannes Strauss I
25. Csikos Post - Hermann Necke
26. Toy Symphony - Leopold Mozart 
27. Eine Kleine Nacht Musik - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
28. Dance of the Reed Flutes from the Nutcracker - Piotr Tchaikovsky
29. Algerian Suite from French Military March Music - Camille Saint-Saens
30. Flight of the Bumblebee - Nikolai-Rimsky Koraskov
31. Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks - Modeste Mussorgsky
    from Pictures at an Exhibition
32. Divertimento No.1 in E flat major K113 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
33. L'Arlesienne Suite No.2 from Farandole - Georges Bizet
34. In the Hall of the Mountain King from Pier Gynt Suite - Edvard Grieg


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-                                 09. CONTACT                                 -
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


If you have any questions, concerns, or even suggestions, feel free to contact
me at [dragon_eye398@hotmail.com]. You can contact me for just about anything
relating to the guide itself, but I can't guarantee that I'll reply right
away. Usually, I can catch you within a few hours, but I'm not sure how busy
I'll be these next few months.


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-                             10. VERSION HISTORY                             -
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                               ----------------
                               - Version 0.30 -
                               ----------------

Version Updates:
  Version 0.30 - July 19, 2008
     Basic Outline


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-                                 11. CREDITS                                 -
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


EB Games
  Putting the game on clearance for $9.99 :]

Official Game Manual
  Various Descriptions
  Full Song List

joan stark
  Music Note ASCII
  http://www.ascii-art.com

osrevad
  Controller ASCII
  http://osrevad.westopia.net/asciicontrollers.php

omg teh faq page
  Jonathan Chang - FAQ Tools
  http://losmonos.netfirms.com/faqs/

ASCII Generator
  ASCII Title
  http://www.network-science.de/ascii/


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|                         (c) Christopher Tweten 2008                         |
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