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16  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Incorrect info in amp database [Handle: doktor] on: May 19, 2016, 18:19:09
Hi Doktor,

 I must first apologize for this delayed reply. These are difficult times to get spare time these days.
 Thanks to Deus-Ex, I've fixed up everything that was still wrong. Should you notice something else, please tell me. I'll try to follow up.

Cheers
Sylvain
17  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Mod by Bruno or Banzai on: April 03, 2016, 23:16:05
right. well, as far as we know, Banzai is the one who duped Bruno's work.
Banzai music and where it is featured : here
Bruno's : here
so, one year earlier.
18  Amiga Music / Musician database / Re: xTr1m/Blu-Flame on: March 16, 2016, 16:49:20
loooong overlooked (Crown, where are you ?!?)
updated, thanks !
19  Amiga Music / Musician database / Re: BIT/EON on: March 16, 2016, 16:47:00
Entry updated. Thanks !
20  Amiga Music / Music Request / Re: Help finding MODules needed! on: October 25, 2015, 11:59:10
Hi,

 No problem posting this here at all.
 #8 is MOD.extreme_int. by Micron.

 What is the source of these musics ?

Cheers
Sylvain
21  Amiga Music / Audio Trackers & Players / ZXTune - chiptunes player on: October 24, 2015, 18:41:38
We were sent the following email today. So, here it is. Note that AMP team has nothing to do with this and any question/request should therefore be addressed to the author.
I, Asle, didn't have a chance to test this on Android, so I have no personal feedback to provide for that. The MS-Windows version is very slow, and that's all I'll say. Not sure this version is the goal, so ...

Quote
Hello, guys!

I am the author of ZXTune - chiptunes player (homepage is http://zxtune.bitbucket.org/ ). It's free and seems to be liked by users. Unfortunately, it's not as widely uses as I want - I'm not a PR or SEO guru, just a developer:)
Android version of my app is able to browse Amiga Music Preservation collection online (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=app.zxtune). I've made two oneliners with GooglePlay link and many people was happy to know about ZXTune according to thanksgiving reviews:) But regular oneliner posting looks like a spam, so I prefer to ask you directly- can you add app link to information page on your site?
Android version is just a player, but desktop version has a quite powerful ripping possibilities.

If you have any questions - feel free to ask.

Thank you!
22  Amiga Music / Music database / Re: dreamfish - ocean loader on: June 28, 2015, 14:57:03
Hey,

 OK, for this one I have no clue.
 I mean, there's no source identified. The closest is the version if the TRSI chipmusicdisk. And there, it's in TP3 format. However, that's the AMP version behind.
 There's also this difference in Dreamfish/TRSI against Dreamfish/DCS for the modland version.

 Find me a reliable source Smiley

Oh, and the CD "Scene Storm" contains the modland version.

Sylvain
23  Amiga Music / Music database / Re: emax - magical state... on: June 25, 2015, 18:07:01
Right, same '400'. Strange.
This one is also a clean disk rip from an intro by Palace.

Maybe there's some sync involved, considering the 3rd bit shouldn't ever be set ?

I confirm the rip quality for both. They are, thus, replayed as is in the demos.
24  Amiga Music / Music database / Re: emax - magical state... on: June 24, 2015, 21:41:26
Hi Michael,

 I confirm AMP stores a disk rip. It's coming from Autumn Nights musicdisk by Palace.
 I counted 5 out of range notes in there. Note that there are 3 unused patterns (modinfo file attached).

 Will have a closer look tomorrow.

Cheers
25  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Batman on: June 21, 2015, 13:52:44
I have no context for those files. They were to be uploaded but I don't know the origin.
Feel free to help Smiley
26  General Category / Requests / Re: Anyone got the modules from this disk? on: June 15, 2015, 18:51:56
Ripped those some time ago (2009 according to the timestamps Smiley )
The disk is full of Bytekiller 2.0 exe. Once decrunched, some contain musics. Add "M.K." at position 0x438.
With the intro music, there are 9 protracker to get. Note that all titles and sample texts have been cleared.

I'll add those to AMP shortly (completely forgotten)
27  General Category / Requests / Re: Mods with note periods below/beyond Amiga HW limit on: June 08, 2015, 19:53:01
no, most 90% chance is from Atari ST trackers.
28  General Category / Requests / Re: Mods with note periods below/beyond Amiga HW limit on: June 07, 2015, 15:47:11
Hey Michael,

 You could either load up Milky and write up all the notes in a new "MOD".
 You could also check OpenMPT source code (http://sourceforge.net/p/modplug/code/HEAD/tree/). I tried to have a quick look but I don't understand anything with the gazillions of files and directories. No idea where to find what .. Smiley

 Also, I doubt many are on 8 octaves. My memory may be failing me, but I think it's more like 5 octaves for "old" PC trackers like Taketracker or Fasttracker 1. Someone corrects me Smiley

Sylvain
29  General Category / Requests / Re: Mods with note periods below/beyond Amiga HW limit on: June 06, 2015, 01:48:03
Hi MLD
hum ... please correct me if I misunderstood. You're looking for valid notes out of the 3 octaves range of protracker ? not complete invalid frequencies like all those Promizer 2.0 incorrectly converted to protracker (containing the finetuned freqs).

Then you could focus on "PC tracker composers". For example, MOD.shadowrun by Purple Motion, MOD.you make me sick by Zodiak, etc.

Hope this helps
30  Amiga Music / Music database / Re: Where did I hear this before? :-) on: June 01, 2015, 19:57:23
I guess I know the answer for this one Smiley oldiiiiiies ! I'll give a chance to the others Wink

now, "stress checking" BZR/flod whatever ? you mean stress checking whatever lib (FLOD ?) is behind it, I guess. Anyway, nice to see you here. long time indeed Wink
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