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Announcements / Paul van der Valk passed away
« on: August 28, 2021, 20:08:40 »
We are very sad to announce that Paul van der Valk has died on August 12th, 2021.

On behalf of the AMP team I am addressing my condolences to his family and loved ones.

We had the opportunity to interview him back in 2001 and he will be remembered as a fantastic musician and as a humble and very kind person.
Musician database / Reward has passed away
« on: August 25, 2020, 09:13:16 »
It was recently brought to our attention that Reward/Scoopex (Sami Vanhatalo) has passed away.

This is really sad news.

Here is an article Mika Hoffren which we invite you to read:
Announcements / We reached 150.000+ modules
« on: June 25, 2019, 19:00:11 »
Today is a new milestone for the Amiga Music Preservation Website as we now host more than 150.000 musics. It took 19 years and a lot of time and efforts from truly passionate people. :)

On behalf of the team (Asle, Curt Cool, Monty) I want to thank all supporters and contributors for making it possible.

There are still tons of Amiga music to be preserved so please keep providing us with missing modules, information, etc. so that we have 20+ years of work.  :)

Have a lovely day!

The AMP Team
Demoscene News / New Amiga Demoscene book to be released (in French)!
« on: October 07, 2018, 21:19:05 »
A new book about the Amiga Demoscene has hit the crowdfunding shelves. This one is written in French by Christophe Boucourt. It basically is the review of the 75 best Amiga demos from 1994 to 1993. The volume 1 has an estimated 352 pages and the PDF version costs 10 euros versus 35 euros (postage included) for the hard copy. 

Here is a snapshot of how the book should look like:

Here is an extract of a Demo related article:

More information about the book can be found here:

AMP fully support this great initiative and we hope that more volumes will see the light in the future.
Announcements / New AMP logos
« on: September 09, 2018, 10:10:58 »
We have received a new logo from Yomaru Kasuga (thanks a lot buddy, we love it) and as you probably know we get crazy when we receive your GFX creations. So if you have some talent in designing logos please send them to us!

For your information, we have created a specific topic in the forum: /forum/index.php/board,21.0.html

You can also browse through all logos that we have received over the years: /logos.php

Looking forward to see them rolling.  :)
Announcements / Login to the Forum
« on: August 29, 2018, 14:09:59 »

If you happen to have lost your PW to the Forum, please use the following link to retrieve it:

We had an SMTP issue that prevented it to work which has now been corrected.

Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

The AMP Team
Announcements / Thanatos (Daniel Dimitrijevic) passed away
« on: December 10, 2014, 10:15:07 »
We were just informed that Daniel Dimitrijevic (AKA Thanatos) sadly passed away on January, 2nd, 2014. I had had the pleasure of meeting him back in 1991, at the Iris New Year Conference, in company of Doh. We send our warmest condolences to his widow.
Announcements / AMP Player app for iOS
« on: April 23, 2013, 16:03:03 »
Our Finnish friend Aleksi Sitomaniemi has just released an AMP player APP for Apple OS (iPhone, etc.) which you can find here!

Here is a quote from Aleski: "I have created an iPhone application that connects to for doing composer/module searches. App is capable of downloading modules and playing them back (I'm using un4seen bass engine for playback, so supporting the most common formats, but not all of them). It started as a get-to-know iOS project when I was suddenly out of project in my job at spring, and was on hold for a couple of months while I had more time-demanding paid work to attend, but I'm pretty happy with current version and looking forward to releasing it to app store.

Thanks Aleksi. Btw looking forward to your AMP related get-to-know Android project.  ;)
General Discussion / Newest album for 4-Mat
« on: May 02, 2012, 22:25:04 »
4-Mat released his 4th in a series of tracker chipmusic albums

title list:
1. Oblique 07:05
2. Tetra 04:17
3. Impasse 04:08
4. Spun Gold 02:47
5. Origins 02:20
6. Ruling / Broken Wave 02:58
7. A M I G A 02:53
8. Voicemail 00:48
9. Endless 03:24
10. Strobelights / Origins (reprise) 05:54
Announcements / 120.000+ modules online
« on: April 22, 2012, 17:55:52 »
Thanks to the hard work and support from everyone involved (AMP Staff, Musicians, collectors, etc.) we have now gone beyond 120.000 modules for you to enjoy.

Special greetings to the following:

- Thanks to Asle for uploading the tunes
- Thanks to Curt Cool for collecting
- Thanks to every person that writes on the forum, uploads tunes and contact us (for other purposes than getting their modules removed)  ;)

Have a "sunny" day.  :)

PS: We want NEW logos!!
General Discussion / Jack Tramiel passed away
« on: April 10, 2012, 17:26:15 »
Good Afternoon,

It has come to our attention that Jack Tramiel, founder of Commodore International, has passed away on April 8th, 2012.

An interview, conducted iby CNET for the Commodore 64's 25th birthday can be found here (;txt)

Links / Kefren's Desert Dream parody
« on: March 30, 2012, 17:42:51 »

For the few people that haven't yet seen the parody that has won the 7DX 2010 Demo Party Wild Compo:

Enjoy.  :)

Here is a quote from the message found on:


    The goal is to do the whole composition with samples only from the ST-01 disk, which is available for download from here:
    Should be 100% retro Soundtracker style. By that we mean: NO resampling. NO processing allowed. Remember: original Soundtracker had no sample processing facility.
    Exception to rune No2: You can use resample function to double the pitch of a sample if necessary. You can also use taper (small fade in/out) at the sample ends to smooth out the (clicky) loop.
    You can create a module using any of the classic AMIGA trackers (Noisetracker, Soundtracker, Protracker), as long as it is playable by any standard MOD player and has 4 channels max.
    Doesn't matter where you compose it - real Amiga or on emulator (i.e. WinUAE).

The ST-01 samples can be downloaded from the upper mentionned URL!

Btw, no deadline has been set.

PS: How about a new mod, Monty?  :)
Ripping Amiga music / Help needed: PC music disk to ripp!
« on: January 19, 2012, 15:00:51 »

If anyone has the time and/or expertise in ripping music out of PC music disks, could you please help us with the following release:

Many thanks

Musician database / Display problem
« on: May 13, 2011, 09:44:55 »
Hi Asle,

the newly added composer ( has a last name that does not display correctly on AMP.  :/
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