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Old 24 January 2007, 11:02   #1
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Mods Anthology vol.1 [4CD] [1.5GB]

The compilation contains:
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Mods Anthology Volume 1 (1996)(Schatztruhe - GTI)(Disc 1 of 4)[Authors A-F][96142-1]
Mods Anthology Volume 1 (1996)(Schatztruhe - GTI)(Disc 2 of 4)[Authors G-Q][96142-2]
Mods Anthology Volume 1 (1996)(Schatztruhe - GTI)(Disc 3 of 4)[Authors R-Z][96142-3]
Mods Anthology Volume 1 (1996)(Schatztruhe - GTI)(Disc 4 of 4)[Misc Synth][96142-4]


Mods Anthology Volume 1 (1996)(Schatztruhe - GTI)(Disc 1 of 4)[Authors A-F][96142-1]
File size: approx. 350MB

SFV file for CD1
Mods Anthology Volume 1 (1996)(Schatztruhe - GTI)(Disc 2 of 4)[Authors G-Q][96142-2]
File size: approx. 400MB

SFV file for CD2
Mods Anthology Volume 1 (1996)(Schatztruhe - GTI)(Disc 3 of 4)[Authors R-Z][96142-3]
File size: approx. 400MB

SFV file for CD3
Mods Anthology Volume 1 (1996)(Schatztruhe - GTI)(Disc 4 of 4)[Misc Synth][96142-4]
File size: approx. 390MB

SFV file for CD4
Grab it until links work, I won't re-upload it due bandwidth limitation.
Regards from Poland

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Old 24 January 2007, 11:35   #2
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Dax? are u THAT Dax, i mean amiga musician??
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Old 24 January 2007, 12:09   #3
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the best mods compil by gryzor, take this one if u don't have it....
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Old 24 January 2007, 21:00   #4
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Dax? are u THAT Dax, i mean amiga musician??

I think you mean DRAX ?
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Old 24 January 2007, 21:31   #5
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There was "dax" in Germany. He was (maybe also still is) Amiga musician.
U will find few of his tracks on 1'st CD posted above
I'm not that "dax", sorry
 
Old 31 January 2007, 21:27   #6
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Anyone got a torrent of this running yet?
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Old 31 January 2007, 22:08   #7
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Old 04 February 2007, 16:26   #8
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Do you have a password for this site, cause the registration got removed.
Oh man, anyone got any spare invites?
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Old 05 February 2007, 00:59   #10
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These CD's rules! I got a copy of them back in 1999.
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Old 05 February 2007, 12:06   #11
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http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?...erground+gamer

Hello,
as i said at this time, i have 5 invites left again. I can offer some if PM me with a valid email.
Have a nice day.
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Old 09 February 2007, 16:48   #12
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I love mods but I have some questions before downloading.

Are these just mods taken from Aminet?

Are they mods taken from Exotica?

What is so special about the mods in this Anthology?
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Old 09 February 2007, 21:56   #13
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I love mods but I have some questions before downloading.

Are these just mods taken from Aminet?

Are they mods taken from Exotica?

What is so special about the mods in this Anthology?
It's not just a compilation, but a collection, made by Gryzor a long time ago.
Gryzor was a french mod composer.

But my English is so bad, it's difficult to explain

Here is a text made by Gryzor about this collection.

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This is, as far as I know, the biggest Mods' Collection to date!
This is also the cheapest around!

My only leitmotiv when doing this collection was: P-A-S-S-I-O-N !

This has leaded to a high-quality database made, above all, for YOU!
Not to make money, like it was the case, too often, for the previously
released Mods' Collections.

It's a tribute to all the composers, from the old legendary ones till
the newest appeared in "the scene" of computer music and demos.

I have only one thing in mind when it comes to Mods: R-E-S-P-E-C-T
of the composers.

That's why (to repeat some of the characteristics) I made my very best
to contact a maximum of composers, and ask their authorization
to include their work in this collection. It was OBLIGATORY for me!

And I'm glad to see that so many agreed, so happy that, finally, someone
asked them their permission before releasing their work! Yes, many of
them told me so... Thanks to all of you, guys!


. Well, "18000+" modules... Maybe you think "Gosh!! How will I be able to
listen to this all!?" Hehe.. yes, you will need SOME months if you plan
to listen to ALL the mods one after the other ;-)
History of the collection :

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3.1. The very beginning.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The beginning of this collection corresponds to my arrival on the Amiga
Scene, for sure. In early '89, I discovered the great capacities of the
Amiga, and I was immediately attracted by the sound side of this great
computer I started composing modules on Soundtracker in '89, and
obviously, I was totally amazed by the modules coming from the demos of
that time (rhhaaa DOC, Wild Copper, Kefrens.... and I started to try
to get the modules out of these demos (like lots of other freaks), just
to be able to play them in my Soundtracker, without being forced to run
the demo.. (and then, learn some new effects and tips, hehe...)

It was the beginning of my Mods Collection.


3.2. The collection grows.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Then, the years passed, tons of demos were released, even more modules
which I -had- to get my hands on! This was more than a passion...
Addiction?

In '92-93, I noticed that many modules were stored in several new and
weird formats in some demos, grmbl! Impossible to listen to them in my
Protracker!? No, noo, noooo! I -had- to do something! So I started to
write some tiny utilities, so called 'converters' which were made to
convert the weird module back to the standard Protracker format, then
I'd be able again to admire these great mods scrolling in my tracker

I can tell you that this converting job was HELL! How many nights spent
in my Hex-viewer, trying to analyze a module, trying to see what is a
note, what is an effect, where was the pattern-table, and so on.....
Well, this is another point, this corresponds to the history of my big
utility "Pro-Wizard", a module-converter grouping together all the
single convert-routines for each weird format. But without any doubt,
Pro-Wizard helped me a lot in making my Collection grow!

But don't think that I was the only one guy, ripping modules like that,
fortunately not, and I got many mods from many contacts and friends.

I kept on collecting like that, for fun, untill summer '95.
Thanks to the arrival of the hard-disks (by the way!) because storing
so many mods on floppy-disks would have been so bloodyyyy...

In summer '95, I think I had got some 8 or 9000 mods in my collection.

Then, with the arrival of the CD-Rom drives here and there, I finally
bought one in September '95, and I guess it gave me the idea of editing
all my Mods Collection on CD. I can't remember having thought about this
before... but.....?


3.3. The last seven months.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

In September, I also came back to studies, and got an Internet access.
This also had a great influence for the release of this project.

I started to look for some musicians' Internet addresses, in order to
contact them and ask them if they would agree in letting me include
their mods in the CD-Set. Yes, I wanted to let them know about it.

As far as I remember, I started to ask for permissions at the beginning
of October '95. And just read the next section "4" for further details.

You just have to know that all this "author-contacting" work lasted from
October '95 untill March '96, 6 months of really hard work, believe me!
Around 200 composers contacted, this made hundreds of mails sent and
received, and I was also forced to contact dozens of musicians via
snail-mail (not everyone had got an Inet access). I also contacted all
the French composers (or nearly) via our "Minitel" Network. And I even
went to The Party 5 at Xmas in order to meet some other composers,
directly!

In the last month, the 7th one, April '96, I stopped adding mods
to the collection and concentrated on the list- and index-files,
and all the final work (depacking all mods, renaming them...).

Also I must say that I have contacted my editor, Stefan Ossowski,
at the beginning of November '95, and proposed him to edit this huge
collection. At my great surprise, he agreed at once, and here we goooo!

:-)





4. Permission asked to the authors.
����������������������������������

Let's see this point in detail, yes...

. If I wanted to warn the authors, it's because I know how you feel when
you see some of your own modules on a CD-Rom which you never heard of!

Don't forget that I'm a musician too and this happened to me...

And, another thing, the worst! You're terribly angry when you see, in
your directory, some mistakes! Some mods NOT composed by you!
I hate this, and I think that I'm not the only one.
That's why I made my best to avoid the 'sorting-mistakes'
in the directories of this collection. (Hope I did succeed!?)

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Old 22 June 2007, 05:34   #14
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Big grin Torrents, torments, mods, modules...

Not only the Mods Anthology is *still* available at the Underground-Gamer, but also there's *also* a nice unique collection of scene modules from the scene people available there :]

Info from the creator of this package:
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for the masses




Finally i`ve reached the end. I`ve made it, uhhhh. A great peace of work is
finished so enjoy this list.

first of all i wanna thank Zinko/Kefrens + Polka Brothers for his modulelist.
Without it i wouldn`t be able to make this because if i had a module without
a composer i`ve looked in Zinkos list and it worked.

This is a selection done by me from different CD Roms and a part of the modules
(all modules from Poland) are sended to me by different persons. Much of them
comming from parties, meetings and BBSs now.

Version 4.00 (CD-ROM VOL1)
DATE: 2nD Of mAY 1997 MODULES: 6064

IMPORTANT: ALL MODULES ARE CRUNCHED

tOTAL lENGHT nOW : aBOUT 645mB

If ya wanna get in touch with me then ask eLITE


For a complete list of modules, view the "CEL-MODS.TXT" file inside the torrent.

P.S.: Don't have an account there? PM me or someone else
P.P.S.: Quite a useful little hint...
When there's just a few seeding people, use the following code to request more seeders:
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Old 22 June 2007, 19:10   #15
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an awsome anthology to be sure... but its missing my ones
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Old 23 June 2007, 00:03   #16
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I have buy this collection 1997/1998 with the first Amiga Forever preview edition 1.0.

I love this collection and today yet find mods on this collection i never heared but brilliant.

In the zone i have upload a txt file with all the music files on this cd to info.

Another fine collection is Danny Armor's da Capo
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Old 23 June 2007, 00:05   #17
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its missing my ones
Upload. Please. You. Sir. Quick. Please. Now.

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Old 23 June 2007, 07:35   #18
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any chance for an upload on blackcats or a torrents site? ;-) ... dont have a reg for underground gamer :/

edit: Scratch that! I got an account really easily, downloading now yey!
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Old 23 June 2007, 13:13   #19
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CD 1 of the anthology can also be downloaded from my FTP.
Hopefully i'll have the ohters available soon.
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Old 12 August 2007, 21:33   #20
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Yeah this is what I was listening more than a decade ago.
I remember Gryzor was planning next edition but I guess he did not release it.
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