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request.Other>Jungle/DnB made on Amiga
Retro1234 12:22 28 September 2012
Please List any know tracks made with Amiga or thought to be made with Amiga - ill also except ST
thanks
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Akira 12:57 28 September 2012
You mean actual commercial releases? I know Aphrodite and Paradox used to do stuff with Amiga, though the later usually linked the Amiga to an Akai 3000 sampler. There are many Amiga jungle/dnb artists that never released commercially though. Your question wasn't specific enough so I don't know exactly what you meant.

In Chipflip's timeline, you can find a list of records released that were done on the Amiga:
http://chipflip.wordpress.com/timeline/
TCD 13:06 28 September 2012
Wormout 2097 has a quite nice jungle track.
Retro1234 14:47 28 September 2012
I wouldnt say just commercial but popular Any white labels, common on pirate - anything where the Amiga was know to be used in its makeing
Akira 17:54 28 September 2012
With commercial I mean released in traditional mediums, not MOD music. There's a gazillion of Amiga artists that did DNB and jungle, but MOST of them did not release that music in any way, that music was not spun by any DJs, not played at any party, they didn't play live their music, etc.
john1979 13:15 29 September 2012
Originally Posted by Akira:
With commercial I mean released in traditional mediums, not MOD music. There's a gazillion of Amiga artists that did DNB and jungle, but MOST of them did not release that music in any way, that music was not spun by any DJs, not played at any party, they didn't play live their music, etc.
Any notable names? (besides hoffman )
Akira 14:37 29 September 2012
Yes of course! The first one that comes to mind is Muffler (who went on to be a professional dnb/now dubstep producer), then you have a bunch of the finns, like Substance or Fanu. Skope made a bunch of dnb tracks too, and so did Mortimer Twang and Qwan I think. There's also Raina, Prob, Bay Tremore.... lots of good drum & bass to check out!
Frog 21:31 29 September 2012
You can also have a look at those old label :
Mono label
Voodoo label
Monar Records, lot of music in DBM.
oh and the first tune that came to my mind was Confession-Psychodad by Carebear / MONO | download in XM, OGG also available at a Mono Box Set : Mono Disc 6
and if you like ambient, i highly recommend the old label Level-D
Retro1234 13:51 30 September 2012
Thanks for Replys

Urban Shakedown

Urban Shakedown made there stuff on Amiga

Ricky!
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I asume this "commercial" tune was made on Amiga
Akira 20:07 30 September 2012
Urban Shakedown is the label of Aphrodite, which I mentioned in my first reply
S0ulA55a551n 13:54 01 October 2012
Originally Posted by Akira:
Yes of course! The first one that comes to mind is Muffler (who went on to be a professional dnb/now dubstep producer), then you have a bunch of the finns, like Substance or Fanu. Skope made a bunch of dnb tracks too, and so did Mortimer Twang and Qwan I think. There's also Raina, Prob, Bay Tremore.... lots of good drum & bass to check out!
Muffler stuff is awesome. Check out a track by him called Dribble.

But if we are talking about DnB and why should'nt we, then any artist signed to Hospital Records are swesome. Especially, not in any order, High Contrast, Logistics, Danny Byrd, Netsky, camo & krooked.

I am awaiting my signed LPs of S.P.Ys new album to arrive , its taking too long
h0ffman 00:29 02 October 2012
Cough * http://pouet.net/prod.php?which=57727
StAnZo 20:10 06 January 2013
I could have sworn SMF used amigas back in the day, SMF Vol.5 has that 8-bit bass and
lo-fi sound.. It's just a hunch, but sounds very 'Amiga'

Have a listen..

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S0ulA55a551n 14:34 25 January 2013
Originally Posted by S0ulA55a551n:
Muffler stuff is awesome. Check out a track by him called Dribble.

But if we are talking about DnB and why should'nt we, then any artist signed to Hospital Records are swesome. Especially, not in any order, High Contrast, Logistics, Danny Byrd, Netsky, camo & krooked.

I am awaiting my signed LPs of S.P.Ys new album to arrive , its taking too long

Oddly enough I was chatting with Muffler on Twitter the other day. He confirmed he used to use protracker and loved his miggy.

He is using Logic these days, I am more of Fruity loops and NI maschine mikro fan myself
clownstyle 22:46 25 January 2013
Was never into the demoscene back in the day, it was all about games!! Although we did do some work in octamed

I liked the mix that Hoffman posted up here sometime ago, still listening to that now!


Was browsing youtube the other day and found this
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Skope 22:26 06 February 2013
I would totally check out tEiS tunes. His dnb mods are nothing short of stunning.

And hey, thanx for the plug Akira.
Mark Wright 02:58 07 February 2013
Not entirely drum and bass but commercial releases I know for sure were made using Amiga or in some cases two Amigas synced together:

Nebula II - Seance / Atheama (Reinforced Records)
Made entirely using Noisetracker on an Amiga 500 but cleaned up (after recording straight from Amiga) in the studio
http://www.discogs.com/Nebula-II-Sea...a/master/59105

Josh Wink - Higher State of Consciousness (Dex & Jonesey Mix)
Made using two Amigas running OctaMED and synced - I'm sure CU Amiga ran a feature about it at the time
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Power Pill - Pac Man (FFRR)
Made using an Amiga A500 but with post-production reverb and processing
http://www.discogs.com/Power-Pill-Pac-Man/master/85047

Anything remixed by "Micky Finn" before 1993 (we're all aware of the Urban Shakedown Some Justice track I'm sure).

Rotor - [various] (Chill Records/Uproar Records)
Including the only commercial release for a track of mine made using Linel's SoundFX in 1990 (but released in late 1991 - thanks, record company)
http://www.discogs.com/Rotor-Here-Co...release/106326
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Tracks I've *heard* were made using OctaMED and then had studio polish include Sweet Harmony by Liquid (XL) and Bombscare by 2 Bad Mice but, though rough sounding, there's stereo strings and samples in there... and we're straying into rave territory ;-)
wilshy 17:50 10 February 2013
As far as I know, Dev Paradox still uses his A1200 for live work.

Anything by Bizzy B and Equinox around 93 and 94 was Amiga based. Equinox released some of his old work on vinyl a couple of years ago through his Scientific Wax label (which I did the label art for the 1st release on Sci Wax).

I'm pretty sure Breakage told me he used an Amiga for some early Reinforced releases.
TheOdor 11:25 14 July 2014
Oh yeah! Some d&b, breakbeats, psytrance, etc..!
https://soundcloud.com/the_odor-1/
cry 14:14 20 July 2014
The Psychonauts used at least one Amiga when doing their mix sets. Two DJs, four decks and an Amiga for playing samples. They did CD3 of Cream Live 2 (even tho it is credited to James Lavelle it was actually The Psychonauts that did it).

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