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Old 29 November 2005, 05:12   #1
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The ST disks?

We all know that Soundtracker had a sh*tload of disks namely ST00 through ST99. Where can one find them?
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Old 29 November 2005, 11:23   #2
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As I recall they were offered on one of the CU Amiga CD cover disks as part of the samples collection.

Will dig through my collection to identify which one
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Old 29 November 2005, 11:29   #3
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I'd like to get hold of these and whack 'em in tosec!
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Old 29 November 2005, 11:33   #4
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Will be looking through the CD's later this morning once I finish reading the 50 posts I havent CHECKED yet
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Old 29 November 2005, 11:35   #5
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LOL.. All I got thru the post was a Letter confirming my new Phone Line (Ditched Bulldog finally). My Sky magazine and some films from Blockbuster

All in all a good bill free day
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Old 29 November 2005, 11:40   #6
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No panic Bippym Just one thing

The library of sounds from these disks are just given as ST01,ST02 etc they are NOT in disk format...they just contain the sounds in each file
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Which CU coverdisk are they on?

I have a few so will have a look myself.
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Old 29 November 2005, 11:45   #8
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They were on the CD's somwhere between volI & VOL27

{I do have all of them ...so DO'NT PANIC }
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Old 29 November 2005, 12:21   #9
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They are on
CUCD14 covering st-01 ....st-20
CUCD15 st-22.......st-42
CUCD16 st-43...st-62
CUCD17 contains the missing st-21 & st-23 also st-63.....st-82
CUCD18 contains the missing st-80 st-83 ....st-99 plus the aditional st-A0 ,st-A1 & wavebeats
CUCD19 continues with the st-A2...st-A9 st-B0....st-B6

So theres the locations ! It seems PC doesnt like the "naming regime" of some of these samples in the sets so they will require changes before I can create a full archive set with .info unless I make it a zipped set of Amiga files

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No worries, I'm working on a filerenamer to change from amiga name to PC standard names.
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i have some of the ST-XX disks files, want them ?
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Yea sure, up them in the zone matey!
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Old 29 November 2005, 21:03   #13
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If you let me know which he does NOT have I will upload them to the zone
to make a fulll set
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I have ST-00 to ST-03 with sound tracker 2.5
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Looks like I have the rest of the 125 sets to upload then
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It might make more sense to whack em on deadwood.inc considering the possible size!

Make a single RAR or 7zip archive and away we go
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Indeed you read my mind Bippym

Seeing as how I have only two braincells left you didn't have to try very hard eiether

I am just begining to make the archive now
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Old 30 November 2005, 02:35   #19
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At the moment I am just Zipping the 120+ files together I have added some voice banks, beats & other specials to the archive for those who want to try a hand again at tracker based music

I also intend to have the files available singly for those who just need to complete their collection once its uploaded I will post the URL

The zip file is 102mb {104.794mb on disk } for everything
The RAR file which includes a 5% repair file & checker built in is 90.2mb { 94.601mb on disk }

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As promised the ST- sample files can be found here

http://www.deadwoodinc.net/LAC/

One single Amiga unzippable ZIP file or if you prefer a self repairing RAR file or look inside the ST samples folder and EACH file is available singly as a ZIP including its Amiga drawer Info file

So if you just need to complete your collection instead of downloading EVERYTHING the choice is yours

All packages contain the SAME information so you have NOTHING to gain by downloading ALL three

The original ST-files STOP at ST-B6 so if you have disks AFTER that upload them to the zone & I will add them as a single option ONLY for Amiga imediate use

The other ZIPS are taken from the various sample packages that CU-amiga included on the CD's so you will find both 8 bit & 16 bit extras as well as drum loops , beats and a few extra style phrases & licks to colour your TUNEZ !

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