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Old 27 April 2012, 05:18   #41
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Sonix is still my favorite music program after all these years. Sure, there's better, but I think it was the most no-nonsense. The fact people regularly go looking for it is telling.
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Old 28 April 2012, 00:51   #42
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Thanks alot, Prowler!

Would you happen to have the Sonix Instruments disks?

Thanks again!!!
No, sorry. I have a few more Jukebox disks and that's it.
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Old 28 April 2012, 05:22   #43
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I was really looking for Sonix instruments disks because I have some old Amiga disks with scores on them, but I can't listen to them properly because the instruments aren't on the disk with the scores. Whenever I load a song, it can't find the instruments to go with it... Thanks for the disks that you did have though.
 
Old 28 April 2012, 17:34   #44
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Though I have no instrument disks per se, there are some instrument files on the disks I uploaded, and I have others containing instrument files too.

Someone must have the instrument disks, since they were in The Zone at one time.

In the meantime, I can upload the disks I have by all means, unless you think it would be a waste of time.
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Old 29 April 2012, 00:41   #45
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There are some instruments on Uncle Tom Sonix (in the "i" folder), I've asked Stefan Lindberg if he wants to upload and get credit for the other Sonix disks he scanned or if I should.

Remember that you can import multi-octave samples and also muck about with the synth to make your own instruments, which I think has a pleasant sound for being so early actually.
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Old 29 April 2012, 04:33   #46
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Thanks to everyone for helping me find instruments for Sonix!
Prowler, if you want to upload your other disks, I would appreciate it.
 
Old 29 April 2012, 10:11   #47
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Here are the two ADF's i did of Uncle Tom's Aegis Sonix disks: http://www.ym2149.com/ut/aegis_sonix..._tom_disks.zip
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Prowler, if you want to upload your other disks, I would appreciate it.
Done!
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Old 30 April 2012, 04:29   #49
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Thank you so much Photon, Stefan, and Prowler!
I'm going to have fun messing with Sonix...
 
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According to this document:
http://www.amiga-stuff.com/pd/17bit.html,
the 17bit PD series of disks contains the following in the Sonix set:

Disk 18 SONIX DATA #1
Disk 19 SONIX DATA #2
Disk 20 SONIX DATA #3
Disk 21 SONIX DATA #4
Disk 51 SONIX DATA #5
Disk 52 SONIX DATA #6
Disk 62 SONIX DATA #7
Disk 67 SONIX DATA #8
Disk 69 SONIX DATA #9
Disk 76 SONIX JUKEBOX #1
Disk 77 SONIX JUKEBOX #2
Disk 86 SONIX JUKEBOX #3
Disk 117 SONIX JUKEBOX #5
Disk 129 SONIX JUKEBOX #6 (not available)
Disk 141 SONIX JUKEBOX #7
Disk 163 SONIX JUKEBOX #10
Disk 183 SONIX INSTRUMENTS #1
Disk 185 SONIX INSTRUMENTS #2
Disk 186 SONIX INSTRUMENTS #3
Disk 187 SONIX INSTRUMENTS #4
Disk 188 SONIX INSTRUMENTS #5
Disk 190 SONIX JUKEBOX #14
Disk 198 SONIX HOUSE (ACID)
Disk 201 SONIX CLASSICS
Disk 214 SONIX JUKEBOX #17
Disk 288 SONIX HOUSE #2
Disk 318 SONIX SOUNDS
Disk 341 PURE SONIX
Disk 405 SONIX JUKEBOX #18
Disk 417 SONIX HOUSE #3
Disk 453 SONIX MACHINE

Download them here:
http://ftp.back2roots.org/back2roots/disks/17bit/dms/
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What are the .lha files? How do I use or open them?


@Widriksen: I'd love copies of those instrument disks if they're still around. I realize it's been six long years since you posted. Got all the zip files.

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What are the .lha files? How do I use or open them?
They are LHA-compressed archives. Extract the contents using LhA on the Amiga, or WinRAR on the PC.

Download the lot; they all contain instrument files
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Old 13 July 2012, 20:25   #53
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I actually have a PD series called "SONIX CD PLAYER" of 22 disks containing Sonix-music, maybe it's the same as some of the 17Bit, but if anyone's interested I have them. I attached the list file showing what's on the disks.
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Old 23 August 2012, 00:12   #54
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Does anyone have the data disk(s) that came with various versions of Sonix?
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Old 23 August 2012, 00:28   #55
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The Sonix Data Disks 1-9 are available as 17-bit disks.

I am uploading them to The Zone for you with a text file which tells which disks are which.

Edit: Done!
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Old 23 August 2012, 00:29   #56
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Thanks, but I'm thinking of the original data disk(s) that came in the Aegis Sonix box, not PD disks.
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Old 23 August 2012, 00:47   #57
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Then I have only Disk 6.
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Old 23 August 2012, 00:49   #58
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I think there are only two disks: http://www.stone-oakvalley-studios.c...3/img_6877.jpg Not sure which version it is though!
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Well then maybe this is just another PD disk.
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Old 23 August 2012, 00:57   #60
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Who knows? It's too bad the SPS/IPF guys aren't doing applications. :/
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