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Old 23 September 2020, 16:27   #1
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Recording from real hardware vs. recording from players

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If there is no one here with a real Amiga
There's plenty of people here with real Amigas, they probably just don't want to bother playing these games, instead of just playing the tunes off a well known player, and your not explaining why you so adamantly refuse to do so does not help matters any further.

Those games might not even work on an A1200 without patching, so you maybe can't really record off of them. And if you're going to be super anal about how this is recorded, which it seems you are, you want period correct hardware, and there's slight differences in the sound hardware that make the A1200 sound different to, say, a period-correct A500.

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Old 23 September 2020, 16:35   #2
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That's the thing i don't understand too

True, each of us is free to do what he wants

But i personally compared many times the actual playback of a game / demo to the module played out of the box

Sincerely (using always Amiga system) i am not able to hear the difference

Furthermore recording with a player is surely more easy to do
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Old 23 September 2020, 18:04   #3
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Sincerely (using always Amiga system) i am not able to hear the difference
Because there isn't any, the replayers in Eagleplayer etc., are accurate. Usually the replay code comes straight from the source (like the tracker or driver they were made with) or done by someone who knows their stuff very well.

The requirement for tunes to be recorded off game directly seems ill-informed and non-sensical.
[edit] seems like OP has been trying to do this for a while: https://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?p=810618
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Old 23 September 2020, 18:07   #4
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I can add that sometimes recording directly from a game is NOT possible at all

Indeed sound effects can disturb the playback

And logically where to start and end the recording results more difficult too
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