Also, fixed the screenshot link
... where the chords are effectively the leads at the same time. Dunno if it really works well, and if it violates "generally accepted rules of composition", but whatever, here it is.
Definitely could have used more instruments playing at once, but didn't really have any good ideas, so i decided to better keep it simple than overdo it in a wrong way.
NOTE: On Windows 8.1 x64, in Winamp 2.91 this MIDI plays wrong during some parts (dropped notes, some phasing-like effects, wtf?) if the midi output API is set to MidiOut. To ensure the playback is correct, just set the output interface to DirectSound in the Winamp's MIDI input plugin config. This doesn't happen on Windows XP Professional SP3 32bit though, regardless of which output is used. Does someone with technical knowlegde have any hypothesis on this? I really want to know why is this happening, since the softsynth in Windows 8 is apparently unchanged since XP, and it still behaves differently...
Attached a screenshot, of the config window, so everyone who has the same problem can locate what to change quickly.
Made with FL Studio 11
PS. GM Vibraphone FTW TBH xD