Author Topic: amiga sounds library  (Read 3815 times)

stelvio

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amiga sounds library
« on: 12 Dec '10 - 16:26 »
hello,
i'm a bit of a newbie so appologies for the simple questions here :
i would like to export individual sounds/samples from some great .mod music i listen to,
or be able to use them in a sequencer such as ableton live or else...

is there a AU or VST that emulates amiga sounds? (didn't find any yet)
is there a way (on Mac OSX) to export samples or sound libraries from .mod files?
(ps. got no programming skills and little computer knowledge except for music making).

thanks for any help!!


« Last Edit: 12 Dec '10 - 16:31 by stelvio »

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: amiga sounds library
« Reply #1 on: 13 Dec '10 - 13:20 »
is there a way (on Mac OSX) to export samples or sound libraries from .mod files?

I think your best bet would probably be to load the MOD file into some tracker software and then export the samples from there. You could try MilkyTracker...

   www.milkytracker.org

stelvio

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Re: amiga sounds library
« Reply #2 on: 13 Dec '10 - 21:49 »
thanks a lot !!!
everything works fine.
all the best.

saga

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Re: amiga sounds library
« Reply #3 on: 16 Dec '10 - 17:25 »
The "typical" amiga "sounds" are just mostly low-quality samples recorded from real 80s synthesizers. I wouldn't say the samples make the sound "typical", it's more the lack of resampling and the low fidelity of many samples that do it.