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Some new Amiga mods from me

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mr_lou:
And another release today.   :)

"Gearing up" - https://indiegamemusic.com/4556

With focus on filter-emulation - and only 80 kb (for the MOD version).

mr_lou:
Well my previous track only got to be on the site for a couple of days before I sold a license, and such things always inspire me to make more tracks.  :)

So here is "Spooky Dungeon" - https://www.indiegamemusic.com/4609

Recently I learned that the official Nintendo 64 SDK supports MIDI+soundfont, so in my quest to support as many (retro) platforms as possible, I've started making MIDI+SF2 versions of my tracks too.
Any other interesting formats I should look at? Import the MOD version into Arkos Tracker 2 and make a CPC version too every time?  ;D

Weird thing about "Spooky Dungeon": I almost didn't put it online because I didn't think it was anything special, and I wasn't quite happy with it. But I did anyway, and then I got the most positive feedback from everywhere I've gotten in a long time.
Lesson learned: Don't decide yourself if your creative works is good or not. That's for other people to decide.

Skunkfish:
What does the opening melody remind me of? I can't quite place it....
Enjoyed the track, the bass was epic with headphones on.

mr_lou:

--- Quote from: Skunkfish on 15:09, 30 June 20 ---What does the opening melody remind me of? I can't quite place it....
Enjoyed the track, the bass was epic with headphones on.

--- End quote ---

No idea.  :)
But good luck producing anything nowadays that doesn't remind someone of something.  ;)
Thanks for the positive feedback!

mr_lou:
New track: "Thanks for the ride"
https://indiegamemusic.com/4620

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