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by BasicCoder
12/12/2015 - 17:57
Forum: General Conversation
Topic: Can anyone identify composer of this Amiga mod?
Replies: 6
Views: 3442

Re: Can anyone identify composer of this Amiga mod?

I see that Allister has recently removed his 'Sexy Robot' soundtrack video from his YouTube channel. :-(
by BasicCoder
28/11/2015 - 20:12
Forum: General Conversation
Topic: Can anyone identify composer of this Amiga mod?
Replies: 6
Views: 3442

Re: Can anyone identify composer of this Amiga mod?

Thanks Matt! So the mystery is solved. :-) I would never have guessed it was one of Allister Brimble's efforts, even though I've listened to a few of his tunes ('Project X' several times over). I don't know why someone saw fit (way back in '90 or '91) to rename it "good song!" (well, maybe 'cuz it *...
by BasicCoder
28/11/2015 - 3:22
Forum: General Conversation
Topic: Can anyone identify composer of this Amiga mod?
Replies: 6
Views: 3442

Re: Can anyone identify composer of this Amiga mod?

Chris Abbott wrote:Not a clue. Just saying that so you know someone read your post...!
No one likes getting 0 replies in a forum, so thanks for that! :)

I guess the tune's authorship will remain a mystery... forever.


Regards,
David.
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by BasicCoder
26/11/2015 - 0:25
Forum: General Conversation
Topic: Can anyone identify composer of this Amiga mod?
Replies: 6
Views: 3442

Can anyone identify composer of this Amiga mod?

Hello again folks, This is one of the very first Amiga mods I ever heard way back in late 1991 on my new Acorn A3000 (whose non-switch-offable low-pass filter did a wonderful job of totally muffling the sound!). It came on a PD disc with some other tunes. It's called 'good song!', but that may not b...
by BasicCoder
04/05/2015 - 8:59
Forum: General Conversation
Topic: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?
Replies: 14
Views: 6130

Re: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?

Ahh well, we got there in the end, that's all that matters. So the plan is to remake the demo with the correct tune? I'm not sure I had planned to, but I have now replaced the JL mod with the recently rediscovered one and uploaded it to my website: http://www.proggies.uk (It doesn't work properly o...
by BasicCoder
03/05/2015 - 13:42
Forum: General Conversation
Topic: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?
Replies: 14
Views: 6130

Re: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?

Analog-X64... you're a star! That is indeed it. Many thanks to you (and also to AndyUK who expended time & energy trying to help me out). The original Amiga tune, when played through XMPlay, sounds much nicer than the converted and deformed Archimedes version. Think what I'll do now is get back into...
by BasicCoder
02/05/2015 - 21:22
Forum: General Conversation
Topic: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?
Replies: 14
Views: 6130

Re: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?

Some excellent sleuthing there, Andy! I loaded the file/code into a hex editor and noticed that the text is reversed? As in "agimA", etc. Was that the case at your end? Here's a link to the version that I have: Complete zip/archive: http://www.proggies.uk/riscos/temp/Bodgering Just the 'executable'/...
by BasicCoder
02/05/2015 - 5:09
Forum: General Conversation
Topic: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?
Replies: 14
Views: 6130

Re: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?

You can download daisy chain from here but I dont think its the right tune. http://janeway.exotica.org.uk/release.php?id=43107 The tune I'd like to identify is probably the one by Piranha, as suggested by AndyUK. Someone remade the demo in basic but I think used a different music Um... that 'someon...
by BasicCoder
01/05/2015 - 16:14
Forum: General Conversation
Topic: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?
Replies: 14
Views: 6130

Re: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?

Thanks Andy! That could very well be the one, but as yet I've had no luck in downloading the Mod. Will keep looking.

David.
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by BasicCoder
29/04/2015 - 17:40
Forum: General Conversation
Topic: Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?
Replies: 14
Views: 6130

Can anyone identify this old Amiga tune?

Name of Mod and author? Not a great tune I'd say, but it's a nostalgia thing for me. :) I first heard it way back in 1992, it was part of a 1991 Acorn Archimedes demo called !Bodgering (odd name, to be sure), so it goes back to 1991 or earlier. The tune is almost certainly an Amiga Mod, but it's kin...
by BasicCoder
17/02/2015 - 22:15
Forum: Work In Progress, remix suggestions, and musicians talk
Topic: A Prehistoric Tale [WIP - Guitar-based cover]
Replies: 4
Views: 2214

Re: A Prehistoric Tale [WIP - Guitar-based cover]

The guitar is awesome. Drums are a bit stiff. All in all it's a great addition to the heap, I reckon. Thanks, Mordi. I agree about the drums. Unfortunately, this cover represents the absolute limit of my tracking (Renoise) & production skills. :( (Actually, I plagiarized Jogeir's drum track from hi...
by BasicCoder
13/02/2015 - 18:38
Forum: Work In Progress, remix suggestions, and musicians talk
Topic: A Prehistoric Tale [WIP - Guitar-based cover]
Replies: 4
Views: 2214

Re: A Prehistoric Tale [WIP - Guitar-based cover]

Thanks for the response, Chris. If there's one habit I really need to break, it's uploading YouTube videos literally minutes after recording them! Prior to uploading, I didn't even notice the nasty bum note (and underbend) at around 2:24 -- a real "ouch!" moment! Listening to David Gilmour almost ex...
by BasicCoder
13/02/2015 - 2:22
Forum: Work In Progress, remix suggestions, and musicians talk
Topic: A Prehistoric Tale [WIP - Guitar-based cover]
Replies: 4
Views: 2214

A Prehistoric Tale [WIP - Guitar-based cover]

Very rough around the edges (bum notes, under/over-bends, etc.):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8zlvtSiIY0

Apologies to Jochen and Jogeir. :)

David.
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by BasicCoder
30/07/2014 - 10:58
Forum: Work In Progress, remix suggestions, and musicians talk
Topic: Guitar-based cover of Jogeir Liljedahl's "Variations"
Replies: 10
Views: 3648

Re: Guitar-based cover of Jogeir Liljedahl's "Variations"

It sounds good. Thanks :) The final version (should it ever materialize) will be quite an improvement over the current WIP, one hopes. And for any fiddly bits, you can always cheat and overdub a rompler. Well, since I've already sampled every note on my guitar's fretboard, the temptation is there t...
by BasicCoder
21/07/2014 - 8:11
Forum: Work In Progress, remix suggestions, and musicians talk
Topic: Guitar-based cover of Jogeir Liljedahl's "Variations"
Replies: 10
Views: 3648

Re: Guitar-based cover of Jogeir Liljedahl's "Variations"

I see. :) Well, your guitar playing is very nice anyway, and it sounds good. Living in a Dream sounds great as well. :cheers: Thanks again, Mordi. :) Later this year I might attempt a cover of JL's Keys To Imagination , although it's going to be quite a challenge for me. I think Keys... has amongst...