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Old 03 December 2001, 02:02   #1
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Question Whats wrong with this mod

No not me

but this mod ripped from the "Big Time sensuality" AGA demo, it plays far too fast, maybe it's because of the way I ripped it, from reading the floppy in WinFellow (It does warn that it can cause problems)

Anyone got any ideas, as I quite like this mod when it's running in WinUAE only it slows down all over the shop with some of the AGA effects going on in the demo.

It's in the zone as it's too big to attach here.

I should also add I have tried a few PC and Amiga based mod players and all play it too fast.
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Old 03 December 2001, 10:45   #2
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The working mod is in the zone

With winfellow you need to run the demo and when the tune you want to rip is playing hith the F11 key, then click debug and rip the mod as before. When it asks to scan memory for mods say Yes. The mod is then saved to the winfellow dir.

You must not scan and rip from the adfs themselfs or you will get your result.

I had to look at Corrupt graphics when I did this because it is an AGA demo.
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Old 03 December 2001, 11:18   #3
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No the demo did not quite work because winfellow only supports ECS and OCS.

I am supprised it did not crash Anyway it 85% works in Winuae.
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Old 03 December 2001, 18:44   #5
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Old 03 December 2001, 20:09   #6
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Re: Whats wrong with this mod

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No not me

but this mod ripped
Wow, that's AF humour. I like it.

I remember they did the same thing about a "terrifying monster" in issue 54 (or 45 I'm not sure) when they tested Insight Dinosaurs.
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"Big Time Sensuality"? I know that from somewhere else...

Well I wonder if Björk ever ran demos on an Amiga computer in the past ...
(maybe really? this girl is definitely capable of doing anything weird )
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I wonder if Aphex Twin owned an Amiga as well... since it seems he was a C64 fan, as many peeps here said.... perhaps he did the normal thing and moved up onto an Amiga. Or perhaps he kept oldschool and never upgraded to meega standards.
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