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Thanks for keeping the Amiga legend alive.

Postby smoothchat » Sun Jan 28, 2007 11:14 pm

It's great to see so many people keeping the Amiga legend alive.

Best regards to everyone.

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Postby BuZz » Mon Jan 29, 2007 6:30 am

Is that the audiomaster software from years and years ago or a newer one ? The last I tried was Audiomaster 3 back on my a500 (I think)
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Postby smoothchat » Mon Jan 29, 2007 8:57 am

Hello BuZz.

I wrote the original Aegis AudioMaster I, II, III, and then Oxxi's AudioMaster IV and RamScan Audio Engineer (Pro).

Yes it was a loooong time ago!

I have no relationship with any other application produced since.

I was delighted to see how XtC made such extensive use of the loop sequencing. I thought it was a pretty cool feature back in 1990-91 and he's done a great job getting whole tunes down to "floppy" size. Oh how I wish we had MP3 technology in those days ;-)
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Postby BuZz » Mon Jan 29, 2007 10:24 am

Wow great. I used the sequencing function a few times back in the old days. But yeh. XtC loved his "mixes"

Thanks for making it possible!
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Postby BuZz » Mon Jan 29, 2007 10:50 am

So. i had a vague recollection of making some sequenced stuff with audiomaster many years ago and though I would check some old disks. and.. Oh my. i was a lamer :D

Audiomaster 3 still works great on my a4000 with kickstart 3.1 and graphics card. Obviously a well coded program!

Does anyone know of a commandline 8svx player for amiga that supports the audiomaster sequenced stuff ? (I guess one came with audiomaster right ?)

So, who wants to hear what I created about 16 years ago? :)
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Postby XtC » Mon Jan 29, 2007 3:24 pm

Ey up!

smoothchat wrote:I was delighted to see how XtC made such extensive use of the loop sequencing. I thought it was a pretty cool feature back in 1990-91 and he's done a great job getting whole tunes down to "floppy" size. Oh how I wish we had MP3 technology in those days ;-)


Many thanks, wouldn't have been able to do it without AudioMaster. It took a few hours to sequence all that lot! :shock:

Maybe one day the IFF-8SVX player for DeliTracker will be updated to include sequenced samples, I've only been asking for about 10 years!
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Postby XtC » Mon Jan 29, 2007 3:25 pm

Ey up!

BuZz wrote:Does anyone know of a commandline 8svx player for amiga that supports the audiomaster sequenced stuff ? (I guess one came with audiomaster right ?)


Aye, one came with bundled with AudioMaster. There should be a player on one of my sequence disks if there was enough room on the disk.

:arrow: There is, it's on "Michael Jackson Sequences - 1992 - Unreleased"


BuZz wrote:So, who wants to hear what I created about 16 years ago? :)


I think it's only fair you should share your noise since I have! ;-)
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Postby BuZz » Mon Jan 29, 2007 3:47 pm

ok ill share it but note that a) its from a bad tape recording - really bad sound quality and delta compressed b) it was for fun, not for release and c) its really really quite badly done ;-)

You may not like my taste in music either..
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Postby BuZz » Mon Jan 29, 2007 4:22 pm

I just checked out your stuff xtc. The 2 unlimited one was really well done. Too well done infact, that I feel even more ashamed of this effort.

http://www.exotica.org.uk/~buzz/exotica/samplecrap.adf

oh dear oh dear.. I still like the actual tune though, despite having some car troubles recently :D
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Postby Muerto » Tue Jan 30, 2007 6:20 pm

XtC wrote:Maybe one day the IFF-8SVX player for DeliTracker will be updated to include sequenced samples, I've only been asking for about 10 years!


I think the train has come and left again.... nothing new for DP in a long time :( - maby you should ask DonAdan, i think he is the only active player developer left...
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Postby XtC » Wed Jan 31, 2007 9:39 am

Ey up!

Muerto wrote:I think the train has come and left again.... nothing new for DP in a long time :( - maby you should ask DonAdan, i think he is the only active player developer left...


I already have, a few years ago. I was just having a public whinge! :wink:
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Postby Muerto » Wed Jan 31, 2007 11:23 am

XtC wrote:I already have, a few years ago. I was just having a public whinge! :wink:


It´s ok, i also wish for a bunch of new (old) players for DT/DP!!!

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