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Old 12 November 2018, 16:25   #1
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MED v2.10

Does anyone know where I can find this particular version? Some PD library? I've checked Fish and 17-bit. Coverdisk..?
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Old 12 November 2018, 22:12   #2
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Doesn't seem to be on any popular coverdisk.
I also checked here: http://amr.abime.net/amr_search.php?...=0&action=Find
2.01 and 2.13 seem to be the most popular versions.

Tosec also doesn't have it: http://grandis.nu:81/eabsearch/searc...ude=&limit=300

For my curiosity, why do you weant 2.10? 2.13 seems to be almost the same with a few bugfixes?
https://github.com/cmatsuoka/tracker...Med321_History

I did find a MED 2.10 player though on Fred Fish disk 401:
http://www.amiga-stuff.com/pd/fish.html and http://aminet.net/package/misc/fish/fish-0401
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Old 13 November 2018, 00:55   #3
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MED 2.00 (and presumably 2.01) uses the MED3 file format, whereas MED 2.10 introduced the MMD0 file format, which is also used by MED 3.x and OctaMED 1.x (not sure about later versions). I was puzzled to find music in MED4 format, which I guessed was somehow between MED3 and MMD0, so I wanted to investigate MED 2.10 to see if it supported both formats. However, after looking more closely at MED 2.13, it became clear that I had just misunderstood the available options presented when saving. It turns out that you get MMD0 format by saving a "module", and MED4 format by saving "song + samples". The same goes for MED 3.x and OctaMED 1.x. So with that mystery solved, I don't need 2.10 after all, but thanks for looking into it.
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** MED - music editor, by Teijo Kinnunen 1989, 1990 **
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** Instructions for version 2.10 14.7.1990 **
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Located at these following disks:
med2.10 / 66488 000003f3000000000000002b 1e3b70e8 f68f1591454102726f5bdabc5d3d43c7 70847 grandis.nu\cd\amigacd\compilation\saar amok ii - oktober 1994 (1994)(kreativ marketing)(de)[!][i-7598].iso\archive\100_199\saar_159.lha 538536
med2.10 / 66488 000003f3000000000000002b 1e3b70e8 f68f1591454102726f5bdabc5d3d43c7 72130 grandis.nu\cd\amigacd\compilation\saar amok ii - oktober 1994 (1994)(kreativ marketing)(de)[!][k-2425].iso\archive\100_199\saar_159.lha 538536
med2.10 / 66072 000003f3000000000000002b 1e3b70e8 2ecdebe8d18836657ea6c63bb159af09 359114 huge_bbs_collection\collection_the_boiler_room\t4a\med210.adf 901120 med2.10 by darry booper
med2.10 / 66072 000003f3000000000000002b 1e3b70e8 2ecdebe8d18836657ea6c63bb159af09 753177 huge_prog_collection\bamiga_sector_one_bs1_2018_collection\bs1 part 36\med v2.0 music ed.adf 901120 med2.10 by darry booper
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