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Old 11 February 2009, 08:34   #21
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Couple of favourites of mine, though I cannot find the Scoopex one.

Scoopex intro, definately for a crack or trainer, it had 'S' 'C' 'X' at the bottom of the intro, and each letter would rotate and zoom in and out.

Anything by Archon of Adept is very melodious and now i'm really struggling to remember now, Dopalfish?
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Old 11 February 2009, 09:41   #22
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Couple of favourites of mine, though I cannot find the Scoopex one.

Scoopex intro, definately for a crack or trainer, it had 'S' 'C' 'X' at the bottom of the intro, and each letter would rotate and zoom in and out.
It's this one with a great tune from the game The Plague by Ron Klaren.
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It's this one with a great tune from the game The Plague by Ron Klaren.
Thats the one

Rons work was always so well suited to cracktros
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I have not found out for myself, if i remember right "Asle" gives this hint in this forum long time ago.
Here is the thread:
http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?...ight=jump+roll
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I don't know what was the meaning of "bad sound" in the thread above but it's always a better choice to record music directly from Amiga to PC via high quality cables than listening DeliPlayer files on a PC. PC DeliPlayer is only based on a software emulation but Amiga's 16 bit sound board is the right harware to listen or record the tunes.

I'm currently making a CD that contains only directly recorded music from Amiga
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I'm currently making a CD that contains only directly recorded music from Amiga
Good luck and happy listening.
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but Amiga's 16 bit sound board is the right harware to listen or record the tunes.
16 bit Amiga sound? Without soundcard? Can I have your Amiga? It's truly unique. :P (Amiga sound is 8 bit ;D)
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