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andreas 23 September 2008 22:43

Another music demo which plays a "bit" fast...
 
I've just upped the "Winker's Song (Misprint)", a funny 1978 tune by Ivor Biggun.

Only odd thing I've encountered is that the song plays very, very fast - at least on WinUAE.
Is this normal i. e. was the song deliberately sped up or do we have another timing issue?

williamjems 04 September 2009 07:59

Hi Andreas.

I also had a same problem. I am using WinUAE and many songs are played very fast.
I also not find any solution of it. I do not know is this normal or not?
If you find any answer regarding this then post it here. Thank you.

Toni Wilen 04 September 2009 08:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by andreas (Post 461535)
I've just upped the "Winker's Song (Misprint)", a funny 1978 tune by Ivor Biggun.

Only odd thing I've encountered is that the song plays very, very fast - at least on WinUAE.
Is this normal i. e. was the song deliberately sped up or do we have another timing issue?

Upped where?

Quote:

Originally Posted by williamjems (Post 591523)
Hi Andreas.

I also had a same problem. I am using WinUAE and many songs are plays very fast.
I did not find any solution. I do not know is this normal or not?
If you have find any answer regarding this then post it here. Thank you.

Sorry but this is 100% useless information without names and files.

andreas 05 September 2009 01:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by Toni Wilen (Post 591531)
Upped where?

In the zone, but one year ago :cool (check the thread's date :))

OK dunno if this still applies to the new (stable/beta) releases, but for the heck of it, I can up the two disks again.
NOTE: Disk 2 must be in DF1 because the music demo will automagically search for it once all data from Disk 1 has been played back...

Toni Wilen 05 September 2009 09:53

Oops, I didn't check the date, I never expected someone to reply to 1 year old thread that had no replies at all... (normally I do check dates first)

andreas 05 September 2009 13:30

See? :)
It was just because. No one has ever cared for this problem so far, so I had decided to drop it. Disks are in the zone now...


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