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Old 04 April 2009, 07:50   #1
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music from C64 game Droids by Mike Futcher

where can I find this excellent music from that game?
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Old 04 April 2009, 12:47   #2
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In HVSC?

http://www.hvsc.c64.org/Links/index.html
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Old 04 April 2009, 12:52   #3
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Searching with the frontend on Exotica reveals nothing
http://www.exotica.org.uk/wiki/Special:HVSC
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Not even here:

http://soasc.dirtcellar.net/
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It's not so easy because Droids it's PD game so I think maker of this game found music in some PD collection and .sid have different title than game.
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where can I find this excellent music from that game?
hmm, where can i find the game ?
i guess you can use some emulators and some cartridges with sid ripping capabilities. not tested, but i guess there are some of such cartridges out there.

Edit: that ripping idea isnt that easy as i thought. no kind of headers or the like. :/

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hmm, where can i find the game ?
http://www.planetemu.net/?section=ro...wrom&id=732074
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I have this game from planetemu.net. Made in Shoot'em Up Construction Kit (also for Amiga).
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thanks, found it. cant find any easy solution about riping sid tunes. i guess a debugger/monitor needs to get used. no clue here, even after all those years ;/
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no clue here, even after all those years ;/
Don't worry hit, same here Hopefully some C64 guru knows how to do it and can help s2325
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@TCD: well yeah, but its only 64k and after all those years, clueless ... that sucks somehow
well, did some research. since it was made using SEUCK, i thought they always have the same player routine. so found a sid which was made with seuck (so the title says at least) and used a tool from http://cadaver.homeftp.net/ called siddump. this gave these infos:
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Load address: $7400 Init address: $7400 Play address: $7406
Calling initroutine with subtune 0
Calling playroutine for 3000 frames, starting from frame 0
Middle C frequency is $1168
maybe now just use a monitor tool of an emulator and just grab the code from $7400 ? well x64 just freezes when using the build in monitor on this linux box :/
the song i tested is this one: http://www.hardsid.com/s.php?SEUCK%2...sic%201%2067ba
but does this sounds possible?

Edit: again, not that easy ... grabed another one: http://www.c64.org/HVSC/MUSICIANS/R/...th_Music_1.sid
and this says: Load address: $8600 Init address: $8600 Play address: $8606
made a snapshot while running the tune from droids and nothing at $7400 and $8600 *sigh* :/

Edit2: found a tool, but it misses the file itself: http://web.archive.org/web/200304151...lay/tools.html
Code:
Sidtune disassembler v1.2pl4 (Win32) 
Sidtune disassembler v1.2pl4 (i386 Linux Source, GNU GPL) 

Although a hack, this is a powerful tool for SID music rippers who like
to read and search machine code in their favourite text editor.
filename is: sid_dis-1.2pl4.zip or sid_dis-1.2pl4.tgz does anyone seen this?

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found two guides for ripping SID tunes:
Ripping for Dummies: http://www.hvsc.c64.org/Help/index.html
Ripping sidtunes:

Edit: here is topic for unreleased tunes on CsDb board ( http://csdb.dk/forums/?roomid=14&topicid=66176 )
(found these links on lemon64 board )

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A quick look in the WinVICE monitor reveals:

Mars Mission by Zyron
 
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Thank you Swiz.
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