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Old 13 November 2009, 00:04   #21
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Did you know that level 1 contains a short cut to the exit?

Notice that when you go out of the teleport that requires a yellow key, you have 400 credits to your name. When you go upwards in the area you teleport to, there's an armor ball and a pick axe waiting for you. Collect 200 more credits and buy both.

Then head down to where you emerged with the yellow-key teleport and you'll notice there's a crumbly wall. Equip the pick axe, then start ramming here with the mouse button held down. You'll break through, then ram through the second crumbly wall on the other side of the chasm. You're at the exit.

Note, that you must be very quick to collect the additional credits, else the armor ball + pick axe disappear from the playing field.
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Old 13 November 2009, 00:06   #22
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I use Deliplayer 2, (registered or you'll only get mono instead of stereo), so I can use that to record to MP3's. It's probably the best one going as you choose what you want recording. along with which sub song too Save to .wav first as this is lossless, then convert to .mp3 using Nero or better
Uade is free and still developed.

http://zakalwe.fi/uade/uade2/uade-2.12-cygwin.zip

just run uade123.exe -f outfile.wav mdat.infile

Besides, it's easier to just download these from Stone Oakvalley:
http://fonix.dyndns.org:40000/soamc/...d=&sr=&sx=&sl=

The best song is naturally lovely_feelings :-)

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I use Deliplayer 2, (registered or you'll only get mono instead of stereo), so I can use that to record to MP3's. It's probably the best one going as you choose what you want recording. along with which sub song too Save to .wav first as this is lossless, then convert to .mp3 using Nero or better
nowto record stereo wavs from deliplayer without registering:

run a recorder, in example nero wave editor
doubleclick on loudspeaker icon on the bottom bar
properties>recording, select Mixed stereo
click a Record button (red one) in nero wave editor
play song in deliplayer
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Yep! But it's much, much faster recording it through a registered version of Deliplayer than having to record it in real time

EDIT: There is of course 'Renoise' I believe this can record PT mods too but I'm not sure if I'm mixing it up with another Mod Player for Windows.

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XMplay has a built-in LAME encoder, and it plays modules with this plugin. Encoding and playback are fast and high-quality.

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EDIT: There is of course 'Renoise' I believe this can record PT mods too but I'm not sure if I'm mixing it up with another Mod Player for Windows.
Pfff, Fasttracker 2 and SkaleTracker can do that too and they are free
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I'm shocked that you guys even consider these mod players with incorrect playroutines. ;-)

The only ones that really work are probably DeliPlayer (which has an awful UI) and uade (which has only a command line version for Windows machines).

I prefer correct playback over any UI, so uade123 cygwin version it is. What a bum deal to have a nice chip module play all over the place with mod4win or ft2 or whatever.

Try this with your player:
http://www.se2a1.net/soasc/dl.php?d=...d.agnostic.zip

Here's how it should sound:
http://jope.fi/agnostic_uade.aac

Here's mod4win's attempt:
http://jope.fi/agnostic_m4w.aac

Naturally mod4win is an ancient piece of sw and better players have been made since, but I chose it to underline how wrong some of these players can interpret modules that rely on the protracker 1.1 replayer features (or sometimes bugs).

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