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9 Lives: isolating MW channels

Posted: Thu Jun 09, 2016 10:47 pm
by mihaelkyeah
I have Workbench 3.1 installed on a virtual WinUAE machine, and in it I have DeliTracker installed.

I could open the cust.intro module with it, although it wouldn't let me see or edit each channel activity separately (lest "cust" isn't actually a module format but an audio compression type). The thing is, I can't open the mw.title module. It's a Martin Walker format module, I know that much, but I thought that DeliTracker was meant to open all types of modules supported by the UADE playback plugin (including Martin Walker modules). How do I get it to work?

I also have an Amiga/Workbench program called Perverted which is meant to convert Amiga modules into more compatible ProTracker ones; I couldn't install it. Using lha to extract the Perverted archive in Workbench's command prompt (Shell) gave me an error.

Is there any way I can isolate the channels of this module or maybe even rip samples from it too?

Thanks in advance! :mrgreen:

Re: 9 Lives: isolating MW channels

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2016 4:06 am
by BuZz
Try and install

you won't be able to convert the module with any tool that I know of.

the Deli 14bit genie is able to save out samples, and may be able to mute channels also. (Or delitracker might have another way of muting channels)

Re: 9 Lives: isolating MW channels

Posted: Thu Jul 14, 2016 12:41 pm
by mihaelkyeah
Thank you very much! :clap:

I won't be using this for 9 Lives' main theme though because I already made a Mega Drive cover of it by ear and published it. ^^; However, I'll keep it at hand for other non-ProTracker modules. :mrgreen: