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AMP is providing you with a storage server whose purpose is to make your uploads easier. We invite you to provide AMP's staff with anything related to the Amiga scene. We are of course seeking for previews, non-released, old and new modules as well as pictures and utilities. We prefer that you upload everything you have and let us take care of sorting files as we preserve both long and short versions of ALL modules.

AMP is also interested in all the internal member lists and Amiga Demos, Packs, Diskmags, etc.. you may have. You can upload all of them directly to our server as well.

Please read the following lines before you upload anything:

- If you intend to upload modules then we suggest you to make a separate zip file for each author (ex. Heatbeat.zip, Groo.zip), so that we know which mods belong to whom. If you don't have time to create separate zip files then upload a zip file with your name and email address (ex. uploads_from_XXX.zip) so that we can get in touch with you if some of the packed files are truncated. Make sure that the zip file you are about to upload is not broken nor is password protected

- If you want to upload picturew of musicians, then please make sure that it has the handle of the musician as file name (ex. Razmo.JPG). Multiple pictures upload should also be zipped as it eases our work (ex. Mantronix_pics.zip).

- You can as well upload filled interview forms! The interview form can be downloaded directly from [here]

- Scene demos, intros, dismags, etc. can be directly uploaded as DMS or ADF files. Please make sure to name them differently.

Your support helps preserve the scene material and makes it possible for anyone to find out what the Amiga music scene really is about. It's our common capital. No matter how small your contribution may be, it's IMPORTANT to us!

Simply drop anything on our upload server (https://amp.dascene.net/upload/)

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