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Old 07 June 2006, 08:57   #21
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Now now are you playing Strip Poker or Teen Queen again, Kero?
yeah! how did u know??? still spying on me with your biniculars?
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Old 07 June 2006, 20:42   #22
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I use it at work - not so seriously - for games mostly, but also pixeling some "art"

Hmmm... I wonder if that counts ...
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Old 08 June 2006, 16:31   #23
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No specific company, but I've done freelance work ever since I was shoved out of Psygnosis.

Did this over the weekend, all sequenced with Bars&Pipes. I simply can't stand anything else for MIDI editing. Everything else is so weak in comparison.
who is singing in the song ? is it you??.. great track!!!.
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Old 11 June 2006, 05:09   #24
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who is singing in the song ? is it you??.. great track!!!.
Yes, that's me singing. I'm re-doing the vocals shortly though. I'd just got over a cold and I was coughing all day when I did them, so my voice was a bit nasally and fragile. They'll be much more solid when it comes out of beta (and there's a bit of lyrics and lead guitar to add).

Thanks for the compliments, gentlemen.
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Old 12 June 2006, 00:25   #25
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Doing nearly all my work on Amiga

- Internet
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- office

Except Video Editing since there´s no suitable software for my needs

Ah yes, using A1200PPC 240/060 with Mediator PCI and AmigaOne G3 750GX 800Mhz.
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If I put an Amiga sticker on my Athlon Xp machine does that count?


I can see somebody still using a 68K based Amiga for real work as long as they don't have to interface with others in a current office environment (basically creating content for your own use).
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Old 12 June 2006, 13:41   #27
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Threads merged with other older thread in Retrogaming General Discussion, so it does not get lost in off topic
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Old 17 June 2006, 05:45   #28
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For any interested parties, I've just finished re-doing my track, Somnolence, of which I posted a link to the beta version above. It's much, much better now.

http://fromwithin.com/files/Somnolence.mp3
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Old 17 June 2006, 06:34   #29
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Yes, that's me singing. I'm re-doing the vocals shortly though. I'd just got over a cold and I was coughing all day when I did them, so my voice was a bit nasally and fragile. They'll be much more solid when it comes out of beta (and there's a bit of lyrics and lead guitar to add).

Thanks for the compliments, gentlemen.
Shit youve got a great voice.. what are you doing!!!.. get the hell out there and make yourself known!.. youve got some talent!

My brother had about 40 grands worth of synth and sampling equipment plus about 3 electric guitars. Im looking at getting into some music myself with a synth, so i may ask you for a few tips later down the track. my brother is hard to get a hold of at times.

Actually i just read further up that you used to work for Psygnosis??.. between what years did you work there and what was some of your work??..

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Yay

Great song
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Thanks for the encouragement.

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get the hell out there and make yourself known!
I'm working on it.. just recording a bunch of songs that I should have recorded years ago. That one was the first.

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Im looking at getting into some music myself with a synth, so i may ask you for a few tips later down the track.
No problem. Fire away when you're ready.

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Actually i just read further up that you used to work for Psygnosis??.. between what years did you work there and what was some of your work??..
Between 1992 and 1999, but I did the music on Bill's Tomato Game in 1991, and some freelance stuff into 2000. I had my hand somewhere in almost every game we released around that time. Sound effects, music, level design, whatever. The main games I worked on were the ones that annoyingly weren't particularly successful (Theatre Of Death, Globdule, Last Action bloody Hero), apart from the original Formula1 which nobody played with the music on anyway. Do a search for me and Psygnosis, there's a fair bit of info that I've posted over the years.
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I'm working on it.. just recording a bunch of songs that I should have recorded years ago. That one was the first.
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Great music and vocals!!! Keep on
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That was terrific. Damn record some more. I love the retro synth sound.
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