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Old 16 April 2002, 23:50   #1
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Quik & Silva

has anyone got "the Adventures of Quik & Silva" main theme in mod format, i've uploaded the original mdat music files for anyone with knowledge of music conversion etc...

this is one of my favourite soundtracks to any game and it isn't even a commerical game!!!

infact, i've been trying to get this tune in mod format for over 5 years, with not much luck.

thanx in advance for any help

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Old 22 May 2002, 18:49   #2
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Huuuh... MDAT is the sound data (without samples) part of TFMX-Songs. It's not possible to convert it to MOD format without some loss in effects (realtime sample manupilation etc., and for conversion purpose no util is available at this point of time...).
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@Djay: It IS a commercial game, distributed over Magazines ( http://www.nemmelheim.de/kaiko/interview_e.html for more ).

As Feltzkrone said, a conversion is not possible - but do you know you can play it with Winamp (via Plugin) or (better) Deliplayer ?

Or for what was the mod ?
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Yeah, why do you want a MOD? just use a TFMX player... The quality will be MUCH higher.
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Old 19 September 2002, 21:38   #5
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all my miggy music is in mod format (it what i used to), i use Protracker on real Amiga..... anyone know what the last version number of Protracker
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I hope you don't use Protracker for playing mods...that's be rather stupid. It'd be like using Adobe Photoshop to view pictures! Get Deliplayer or Eagle Player and have support for most every music file on the Amiga. I wouldn't hold my breath for a TFMX2mod program, as it will not likely happen.
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For Amiga it´s named delitracker

Get it at http://www.nemmelheim.de/cgs_small/ with 191 plugins (for 191 different formats)
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For Amiga it´s named delitracker
That’s what I meant. I was thinking ahead for Eagle Player and typed the wrong thing. And it’s my choice between the two, although I have both installed.
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all my miggy music is in mod format (it what i used to), i use Protracker on real Amiga..... anyone know what the last version number of Protracker
Latest good and AGA compatible protracker is Protracker2.3D

Most of Protracker3.x seems to be bugged in some way.

All can be found on http://exotica.fix.no
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Latest good and AGA compatible protracker is Protracker2.3D
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hope you don't use Protracker for playing mods...that's be rather stupid. It'd be like using Adobe Photoshop to view pictures! Get Deliplayer or Eagle Player and have support for most every music file on the Amiga. I wouldn't hold my breath for a TFMX2mod program, as it will not likely happen.
i love watching the notes being played LOL, strangely i do use PSP6 to view pics??? LOL

but i will investigate!!!
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i love watching the notes being played LOL,
Both Deli and eagle have a "plugin" that lets you view the notes being played
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strangely i do use PSP6 to view pics??? LOL
Oh man!
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Both Deli and eagle have a "plugin" that lets you view the notes being played
cool, i'll check it out is Deli available for PC and Amiga?
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Oh man!
i'm running Win98 (so no thumbnails), and PSP6, has a good browse feature!!!

LOL anyway!!
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i'm running Win98 (so no thumbnails), and PSP6, has a good browse feature!!!
OH MAN!!! Lame XP thumbnails!!!

Use ACDSEE or Irfanview man...
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oh cool, i check em out!!!
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has anyone got "the Adventures of Quik & Silva" main theme in mod format,
Hi,

the music of Quik & Silva is available in midi format at:
http://fading-twilight.atari.org/bro...k+%26+Silva%2F

Have you listened to the remix available on cd (Revival ST)?
http://www.c64audio.com/free/cd_new/...1%20-%2010.mp3

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Er this thread is almost 5 years old
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Er this thread is almost 5 years old
Yes, I know - but this still could be of interest for other people.

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I have that music in YM & MDAT format.
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It's always good to see the older threads coming to life with posts from new members

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