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Old 12 July 2013, 11:21   #1
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Soundmon 2.0 NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So it turns out one of my all time favourite tunes on the Amiga pretty much is in some new(to me) format called Soundmon so if anyone knows of a program to convert it to something I can play on a DECENT PC based playback system (you know cross fade options and 16bit sample interpolation with cleaning etc for)

So the tune I have (spaceship.bp/Spaceship 505 by ZZZAX) and the most awesome mod tune player also sitting here currently just playing the MP3 (which is pretty good but some of the options ONLY work on MODs and other formats it does support) which doesn't support this format.....can anybody point me to a util that will once and for all make this into a MOD.
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Old 12 July 2013, 15:48   #2
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I would suggest UADE, but I don't know if it supports the absolutely useless "16 bit interpolation" feature you require.
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Hi ImmortalA1000 - if you are interested in the original it's called "The force" by the french synthpop group "Droids" released 1977.

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I don't know if exist programs to convert BP SoundMon 2 to mods

But i can suggest you a program to playback it

XMPlay here http://www.un4seen.com/

+ DELIX plugin here https://ssz.bitbucket.io/input_plugins.html#delix
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Hi ImmortalA1000 - if you are interested in the original it's called "The force" by the french synthpop group "Droids" released 1977.

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Thank you for the reference.

I am now indulging myself with that mesmerizing music.
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