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Old 18 April 2010, 16:55   #1
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Arabian Nights (1993) Fish-cave Boss music track...

It’s been some time since I completed my game music collection, of all my favorite games from my childhood years.

Only a few I was never able to find.
One such track is the Boss music at the cave-fish in Arabian Nights (1993) AMIGA, produced by Krisalis and composed by Matt Furniss.

@ 7:52 – 8:30
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The following sites have 2 archives with all the music tracks of the game, except this specific one

http://www.exotica.org.uk/wiki/Arabian_Nights
http://www.mirsoft.info/gmb/music_info.php?id_ele=MTAx

Where could I find this specific track in mp3, mod, wav, CD-Audio, etc… or any other audio formats?

Any help will be highly appreciated
Thanks in advance
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Old 18 April 2010, 19:24   #2
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The following sites have 2 archives with all the music tracks of the game, except this specific one
Are you 100% sure about that? If you only listened to the mods in a player, there could be some patterns outside of the 'main' loop. Worth to load them in a mod editor and have a look
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Have you checked following sites as well?

Modland:
http://www.exotica.org.uk/mediawiki/...rx=1&col=&ins=

AMP
http://amp.dascene.net/detail.php?de...ules&view=4688
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OK, I listened to the mod files in Winamp and it only plays the "main loop" of each track, not the 2nd pattern.
I think that the Boss track that I'm interested in, is inside the ARABIAN-6.MOD.
So which would be the best mod editor to separate the Boss track from the main loop as a separate mod file?

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If my ears don't mistake me the music you are looking for is the subsong no 1 of mod.level6. Concerning the transfer it into a seperate mod file... No idea. :-) In case you need an ogg or mp3 you might check out uade. /e: Use Protracker on WinUAE or on an real Amiga. I'm told Milkytracker should be able to edit the file too, but don't expect it to support protracker mods for 100%

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Ok, I found the Arabian Nights Boss track here
http://fonix.dyndns.org:40000/soamc/...an&did=49&#did

It looks like that many Amiga mod files have various sub-tracks which Winamp will not play or identify and this specific Boss track, turned out to be the 2nd sub-track of Level6.mod.
mod.arabian_nights_(music_6)_T02.mp3
So I got it high quality mp3 instead now!

But I would still like to know, which would be the best mod player or editor to separate the Boss track from the main loop as a separate mod file?

I also found the R-Type II (Amiga) music tracks
http://fonix.dyndns.org:40000/soamc/...&sl=&sis=N%2FA
How ever the Boss track seems to be cut!
“mw.r-type_ii_T03.mp3”
R-type ii 3/12 ORG
It only lasts for 6secs!
Is there any other place to get this specifc R-Type II Boss track?

Also what kind of player or plugins for Winamp do you need to play these tracks?
http://www.exotica.org.uk/wiki/Mr_Nutz

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> “mw.r-type_ii_T03.mp3”

You can find Martin Walker's R-Type II (http://www.exotica.org.uk/wiki/R-Type_II) or Rudolf Stember's Mr. Nutz (http://www.exotica.org.uk/wiki/Mr._Nutz_-_Hoppin'_Mad) on Exotica. Both are formats with subsongs.


You need a player that is able to the Martin Walker and the TFMX Format to replay them:

* On an oldschool Amiga Delitracker or Eagleplayer should do the trick.
* On Unix have a look at UADE.
* On pre Vista Windows you could try out Deliplayer. A Windows port/cygwin of UADE exists but it's command line only. You could try to use XMPlay and the delix plugin. Iirc there was once a Winamp input Plugin for TFMX, but I'm unable to find it. I doubt there is on for Martin Walker. People using Windows might know more Players.

If you are just looking for a streamed format of the tracks used in Mr. Nutz you might find Modlands OGG/MP3 reocdring button handy. http://www.exotica.org.uk/mediawiki/...arch&qs=mrnutz
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It looks like that many Amiga mod files have various sub-tracks which Winamp will not play or identify and this specific Boss track, turned out to be the 2nd sub-track of Level6.mod.
mod.arabian_nights_(music_6)_T02.mp3
So I got it high quality mp3 instead now!
Told you Glad you found it and you can 'extract' the subsongs with any MOD editor (Amiga ones preferred). Just trim the unwanted stuff and you're set.
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