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Old 26 July 2015, 20:40   #61
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two new uploads on my Soundcloud this weekend:
https://soundcloud.com/mrs-beanbag/mountain-maze
https://soundcloud.com/mrs-beanbag/sunset
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Old 26 July 2015, 22:28   #62
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Cool. I like the sunset tune even though I can't pogo to it or bounce off the walls!
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Old 26 July 2015, 23:22   #63
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hehe, it's kind of mellow. try this one though
https://soundcloud.com/mrs-beanbag/wobble
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Nice, reminds me of something but can't think what. Hmmm, got me pondering now!
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Old 27 July 2015, 13:26   #65
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Really like the funky basses on your tunes Mrs Beanbag. I particularly like the mountain-maze melody.
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Old 27 July 2015, 23:18   #66
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thanks, i'm glad you like it, i tend to think of the bass-line as a complementary melody rather than just a background support or rhythmic part.

Another one from the soundtrack album
https://soundcloud.com/mrs-beanbag/m...ansion-daytime

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Old 28 July 2015, 00:37   #67
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thanks, i'm glad you like it, i tend to think of the bass-line as a complementary melody rather than just a background support or rhythmic part.

Another one from the soundtrack album
https://soundcloud.com/mrs-beanbag/m...ansion-daytime
Cool tune. Followed.
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Ok - I did some *cough* tracks in OctaMED back in the day but I'm unsure how to utilise WinUAE to output them into a mp3 file? Any pointers would be much appreciated.
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Old 28 July 2015, 08:51   #69
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Totally digging these, Mrs. Beanbag. Thanks for sharing!

Man, I gotta dig up some samples and do a little mucking around on my Amiga...haven't done any MOD composing in years.
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Ok - I did some *cough* tracks in OctaMED back in the day but I'm unsure how to utilise WinUAE to output them into a mp3 file? Any pointers would be much appreciated.
I use XMP to mix them down
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Ok - I did some *cough* tracks in OctaMED back in the day but I'm unsure how to utilise WinUAE to output them into a mp3 file? Any pointers would be much appreciated.
Are the mmd files already online somewhere? I might transcode them as ogg/mp3 if you like.
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Nope. They (OctaMED mods) are on around 3 adf disks and there's probably around four "decent" (lol) tracks out of around 15 I did. And about 4/5 that are unfinished.

I'm still figuring out how to convert OctaMED mod files (I'm using WinUAE ClassicWB) and save them into mp3 format.

@Mrs Beanbag - Is there a step-by-step on how to do this do you know? First time I've done anything like this (transfer/convert Amiga files for use on PC).
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@Mrs Beanbag - Is there a step-by-step on how to do this do you know? First time I've done anything like this (transfer/convert Amiga files for use on PC).
now i come to look it up, i'm not sure if XMP is available on Windows. it's a command line player i use on Linux. maybe other mod players can mix down to a file though?
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VLC on Windows will play a lot of Amiga mod formats. I have used this before successfully to "stream" Amiga mods to mp3. It can be confusing at first, but you will work it out as you go.
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Thanks ptyerman. Have downloaded VLC and sure it enough, it's playing my mods!

Only thing is now in VLC, some of the mod samples has been taken down a couple of octaves and it sounds right weird lol. Going to play with it some more to check if I've missed something.
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VLC can be confusing at first especially in the advanced settings, but it is worth spending some time configuring it. That problem does sound a little weird, it's 2 or 3 years since I last used it to play any mods, will have to have a look. It may be worth installing an older version from a couple of years ago and trying that.
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So far i cant find any settings that will correct the pitch/octave.

I will try and find an older version and see if that makes a difference.

I've also tried WinUAE sound output but when turned on, the octamed screen disappears so i cant click "play" lol.
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you might see if bzr player handles your files...
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Not heard of bzr player, mld, so will definitely try it. Thanks!
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https://soundcloud.com/mrs-beanbag/shoot-level-2
https://soundcloud.com/mrs-beanbag/shoot-level-1

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