View Full Version : Any SIDs coverted to modules...?
04 October 2010, 09:22
I know sometimes that remakes of Amiga modules are done for the C64 SID chip.
These conversions tend to be made as faithfully to the original Amiga module as the SID will allow.
What I wonder is - can you think of any Amiga modules where this process has happened the other way around with an Amiga module being made in a chip tune style and as close to the original SID tune as possible...?
I'm after getting hold of this type of thing if anyone can think of any...?
04 October 2010, 12:12
There are probably hundreds if not thousands of examples of this... check out modules by Estrayk/PDX, Pink/ABYSS, early 4-mat Rob Hubbard conversions... that's just .MOD format stuff, not mentioning the gazillions (approx) of Future Composer and other 'synth' format c64 conversions.
Someone's being lazy - look (or listen?!) first, ask afterwards :)
04 October 2010, 12:25
Who said there was a law against being lazy...?
If there was I'd be screwed! :D
EDIT: PS. thanks for the pointers - I'll do some listening :)
04 October 2010, 21:32
check out modules by Estrayk/PDX
A suggestion of pure genius - tonnes of very nice chip tunes by that guy. Nice one WayneK :great
08 October 2010, 22:09
If you're looking for C64 conversions, I did a stack load into protracker, loads of Martin Galway and Rob Hubbard as well a some others too.
Search modland for hoffman (without the zero ;) )
They are all there
In fact, if you wanna use anything at all from there, be my guest.
09 October 2010, 02:42
Fred also did a few, I believe.
09 October 2010, 13:35
@ h0ffman - nice one mate I'll check them out. :great
@ Photon - thanks - more to check :)
09 October 2010, 14:23
11 October 2010, 17:59
I covered two famous SIDs:
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