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Software News   Software News : More Musicdisks From Up Rough
   posted by spotUP on 30-Mar-2012 13:03:29 (1490 reads)

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Our first LP. The start of a new chip musicdisk series for Amiga computers, with a difference, this series smells of style quality and overall freshness.
    

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Petah 
Re: More Musicdisks From Up Rough
Posted on 30-Mar-2012 17:27:49
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First foreign operating systems, and now music wrapped in LhA archives. The definition of Amiga related news is getting more and more weird for every day.

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kas1e 
Re: More Musicdisks From Up Rough
Posted on 30-Mar-2012 17:31:41
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Those .lha archives its real, native music disks with executables for aos4 and morphos, with special design and control over the music box, some small nice 3d effects (done initially on 68k assembler, and lately rewriten to C, to make it portable).

Did you know what music disks is it ? (i mean, you ####ed up again).

Last edited by kas1e on 30-Mar-2012 at 05:33 PM.
Last edited by kas1e on 30-Mar-2012 at 05:33 PM.

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djrikki 
Re: More Musicdisks From Up Rough
Posted on 30-Mar-2012 20:01:21
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Petah should stick to what he does best! (He knows what I am referring to !)

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spotUP 
Re: More Musicdisks From Up Rough
Posted on 30-Mar-2012 22:26:53
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petah, i guess you missed the point totally. it doesn't get more amiga than this.
this is protracker music wrapped up in a nice interface.

seriously, have you managed to miss the concept of musicdisks and still used amigas? that's an ahievement! ;)

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Breed 
Re: More Musicdisks From Up Rough
Posted on 31-Mar-2012 11:13:54
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Thanx, more demos and musicdisks for OS4, those are the "roots" of Amiga

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kriz 
Re: More Musicdisks From Up Rough
Posted on 31-Mar-2012 13:24:31
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Cool, classic discs !!!! Thx for update for os4 n mos greatness :)

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sundown 
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Thanks SpotUP.

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