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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #190 on: 01:41, 30 April 17 »
Just heard your version of Parallax, brilliant :) <3

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #191 on: 15:35, 18 July 17 »
I got bored, so I made this!




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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #192 on: 18:56, 31 July 17 »

A very early finish at work today, so I did this to pass the time!




(Converted from the Amiga .mod file by AIX, downloaded from AMP)


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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #193 on: 13:10, 10 August 17 »
Totally dig your HQ ingame cover!

A long, long time ago, in this galaxy, Crown/BENG also did a cover of that music. He managed to get an overall more creepy tone which fits the music well (alas his "sprooochsss" and "spraaatch" sounds for percussions were just terrible imo). If you haven't heard it, you can find it (amongst many other Amiga covers) in BadMag 2 (press the M key to change the music).

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #194 on: 14:38, 09 September 17 »
A long, long time ago, in this galaxy, Crown/BENG also did a cover of that music. He managed to get an overall more creepy tone which fits the music well (alas his "sprooochsss" and "spraaatch" sounds for percussions were just terrible imo). If you haven't heard it, you can find it (amongst many other Amiga covers) in BadMag 2 (press the M key to change the music).
That's a nice version of the tune, indeed. I wanted something nice and clean and orchestral (or as close to orchestral as you can get in 3 channels) to give it that Medieval-esque feel... but, as always, I failed miserably! ^_^



Anyway, here's a quick version Triace's B2B6 tune from the AmigaOCS demo of the same name released a few weeks ago at DATASTORM'17.
It's a little "tinny", but I think it nearly works! Enjoy!