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Music database / Re: GAME THEMES Mod Archiv
« on: August 07, 2022, 20:06:18 »
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Music database / Re: Acidtoxid by ??
« on: August 06, 2022, 16:27:20 »
Well, it's easy. It's all coming from http://janeway.exotica.org.uk/release.php?id=96995 where it is made very clear that the musics are by Captain.
I'll fix AMP.
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Music database / Re: Todays new additions
« on: March 22, 2022, 10:31:23 »
And of course, once again, you're right. I mistook Logo and Logos.
Apologizes.
It is now fixed.
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Music database / Re: Todays new additions
« on: March 22, 2022, 10:28:26 »
Hi,

 As per CBR releases DIZ, yes I'm sure :)

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┌[☼]──────────────·∙:∙·────┬───────────[☼]┐
│  █▐███  ██▐███  ██▐███   │  CHARLIE     │
│ ██   ██ ██   ██ ██   ██  │    BROWN     │
│ ██      ██▐███  ██▐███   │      RECORDS │
│ ██   ██ ██   ██ ██ ██    │   Presents   │
│  █▐███  ██▐███  ██   ██  │ Release # 80 │
├──────────────┬───────────┴──────────────┤
│ Song Title   │ Habits                   │
│ Author(s)    │ Logos                    │
│ Module Name  │ HABITS.IT                │
│ Style        │ Trip Hop                 │
│ Release Date │ September.1997           │
├──────────────┴──────────────────────────┤
├[You need to know this:]─────────────────┤
│                                         │
│ My entry to the MC5 music competition   │
│                                         │
│                                         │
└[art by: Logòs]──·∙:∙·──────────────[CBR]┘
# ReVeNGe Of SHaDoW BBS +39-(0)464-421890 #
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┌[☼]──────────────·∙:∙·────┬───────────[☼]┐
│  █▐███  ██▐███  ██▐███   │ yet          │
│ ██   ██ ██   ██ ██   ██  │ another      │
│ ██      ██▐███  ██▐███   │ tune in full │
│ ██   ██ ██   ██ ██ ██    │ chuckstyle:  │
│  █▐███  ██▐███  ██   ██  │ RELEASE #076 │
├──────────────┬───────────┴──────────────┤
│ Song Title   │ KEEP IT UNDERGROUND      │
│ Author       │ Logòs                    │
│ Module Name  │ keepit.it                │
│ Style        │ BREAKBEAT                │
│ Release Date │ May 1997                 │
├──────────────┴──────────────────────────┤
├[You need to know this:]─────────────────┤
│                                         │
│            HI MUM! HI DAD!              │
│                                         │
└[art by: Logòs]──·∙:∙·──────────────[CBR]┘
..o RAGE BBS ++39-6-52310645 v.34 28.8k o..
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Music database / Re: asshole music by Basehead is not by him
« on: March 14, 2022, 19:24:55 »
Moved to \Slash for the moment.
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Musician database / Re: modules by Mosaic / Renaissance & TDT
« on: March 12, 2022, 16:16:15 »
All right, I've checked it all and it led to a few additions and some fixes (replacing bad rips).
Thanks to you.

Overall, only one Mosaic music, though.
I'll keep my hopes up :)
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Requests / Re: API Access to the Modules on AMP
« on: March 10, 2022, 22:45:23 »
Hi,

 Just to report that Monty promised to come back to you about this topic but spare time has been difficult to come by.
 Just be patient please.

Cheers
Sylvain
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Musician database / Re: modules by Mosaic / Renaissance & TDT
« on: March 10, 2022, 22:43:59 »
Hi,
 Thanks for your extensive reply and for suggesting several sources !
 I took a little time to check this CP-ROSE1.EXE intro. It contained, indeed, a STX file. I've added the STX2STM conversion to AMP just now.

 I'll dig up those numerous packs when spare time allows. Expect results hopefully soon :)

All the best,
Sylvain
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Musician database / Re: modules by Mosaic / Renaissance & TDT
« on: March 06, 2022, 14:13:38 »
Hi and welcome,

 I don't really know if this is read, indeed. At least, it's still online :)
 Short answer : I won't grab from modland to feed AMP. It may sound weird but that's an old policy. Give me real sources (those art packs you're referring to for example), please. Replicating other's work by considering it is correct at face value is the best way to spread mistakes - if demoscene "history" taught us anything.

 I'll keep this topic on my TO LOOK FOR list :)
Sylvain
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Requests / Re: API Access to the Modules on AMP
« on: January 07, 2022, 12:37:56 »
Hi Tygre,
All the best to you too !

I've been thinking about your request and figured that the "number of modules" is not useful to you. To shoot randomly within a valid range, you obviously need the highest ID attributed. Otherwise, you will missed tons of material.
Let me ask around about security concerns and come back to you.

Cheers
Sylvain
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Announcements / 2022
« on: January 01, 2022, 09:08:18 »
Dear readers,

And here we are, once again ! It's a new year that starts today.
So to everyone; in the name of the AMP team; I wish you all the best for 2022.

 Once again, 2021 was barely different than 2020 - which was strange, in many ways !

 As usual, I would thank everyone who has sent us information and/or material to enrich the collection. We saw once again a steady flow of material this past year. Many people, again , reached out ! and that's really appreciated.
 Should anyone wishes to upload stuff, please make sure it has clear authorship (add a text file if not) !

 News-wise, 2021 was mostly uneventful for AMP. Curt Cool was still the upload beast we know and love, and Monty did some fine-tuning server wise.

 Some figures:
 new musics : 3.585
 updated musics : 230
 new author : 365
 removed author (merge/fix/etc.) : 15
 updated author : 377

Be safe.

The AMP team
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Requests / Re: API Access to the Modules on AMP
« on: September 06, 2021, 22:29:44 »
Hi again,

 Anything is possible at this point, I guess. However, I'm still stuck at finding out the basics of these API. See, aside the security concerns (which will have to be addressed at some point), there are all kind of questions regarding output format and the like.

 I'm not sure shooting randomly with an ID is the thing to do. Many are not attributed anymore (dupe, mistake, etc.). Granted, it won't break anything, though.

 There are also ID pointing of non-downloadable material (broken file, author's request, etc.). The URL listed should already handle that. I'm not sure of the output you get for the moment :)

 Anyway, I won't be in a position to do anything any time soon for personal reasons. I'll discuss this with others and we'll see where this goes.

Cheers
Sylvain
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Requests / Re: Need to recognize file format
« on: August 24, 2021, 10:10:06 »
Thank you for sharing the recording.
It sounds .. bad. If this is how it sounds in the keygen, then someone mess up somewhere :)
From the noise I hear, I couldn't recognize anything, I'm afraid. Not that we are expert on Atari ST music here, anyway :)
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Requests / Re: Need to recognize file format
« on: August 23, 2021, 21:04:06 »
Hi,

 Looks like a Hippel ST (http://ftp.modland.com/pub/modules/Hippel%20ST/Jochen%20Hippel) or Hippel ST COSO (http://ftp.modland.com/pub/modules/Hippel%20ST%20COSO/Jochen%20Hippel/). However, I would say the rip isn't looking too good.
 So, I'll vote for an Atari ST music :)
 I would need to listen to it to have a chance to recognize the real source (a recording of the music of the keygen itself)

Cheers
Sylvain
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Requests / Re: API Access to the Modules on AMP
« on: August 19, 2021, 22:39:54 »
Hi Tygre,

 The URL cited is definitely a valid option that is "allowed and smiled upon". Hopefully you won't call it millions of times per second ... As for credit, you could say it's coming from AMP ? not much more to say, I guess, aside crediting the musician(s) behind any given music, of course :)
 Regarding a "best practice", I know nothing about API and how it should behave. Calling an ID with downmod.php means that you know on your side, somehow, the metadata that comes with it. This URL gives nothing more than the file itself corresponding to the ID given. I have no idea how you would know the author(s) on your own nor how you would maintain this information. But then again, maybe you do or you don't need this information :)

 Anything could be done on our side. Definitely. But I would need material, or best practices for that kind of thing. I understand it could mean "searching" at some point and I most definitely don't want to search for '*' .. ever :)

So, what do you have in mind, exactly ? I don't know your program so you'll have to take that into account in your reply :)

Cheers
Sylvain
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