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9 channel sound - Are you a musician?
« on: 00:02, 10 December 14 »
Hi!

Listen to the tile picture tune please ...

Amiga Longplay The Great Giana Sisters - YouTube

Can one of the great musicians here convert that into 9 channel sound or how much channels are ever needed for the PlayCity? That would be awesome.
Please PM me for anything else.  :)
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Re: 9 channel sound - Are you a musician?
« Reply #1 on: 08:31, 10 December 14 »
I'm not the musician you are searching for  ;) , but this track sounds quite "thin" (MOD with probably four channels) and sometimes even strange to my ears. Maybe it's also caused by my Dell notebook at work. :-) Probably the result for your project would be better if a good musicians picks up the few good parts inside this tune and makes a very own version.

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Re: 9 channel sound - Are you a musician?
« Reply #2 on: 20:19, 10 December 14 »
Yes, you're right. It's (iirc) a four track MOS. Tolkin once converted it to CPC and 3 tracks (AY limit). That's didn't really sound better.


However with PlayCity there would be 6 channels. Anybody here up for a conversion / rewrite?

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