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Hi everyone!

"We Were @" music is made of several sample loops, chained in real time depending of loading time, effect sync etc. Anyway I did a standalone version very close to the demo. It's made from the original loops from Clawz so it's 44Khz, 16bits stereo ( Atari version is downsampled to 8bits, 12Khz )

Original full quality (16bits, 44Khz)
http://leonard.oxg.free.fr/download/WeWere.flac


And for real atari fans, I did an YM version too! (8bits, 12Khz)
http://leonard.oxg.free.fr/download/WeWere.ym

Enjoy!

If you don't know the demo, you can download or see it here : http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=66702
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Cool! Thanks Leonard! I really enjoyed watching the demo at STNICCC!
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great Leonard!
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Hi Leonard

Would be great to have an sndh too.

Do you have a native player for .ym ?
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leonard wrote:Hi everyone!

And for real atari fans, I did an YM version too! (8bits, 12Khz)
http://leonard.oxg.free.fr/download/WeWere.ym
unfortunately ST-Sound doesn't play it
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Cyprian wrote:unfortunately ST-Sound doesn't play it
Oh god you're right! I tested the YM file with my XMPlay STSound plugin only!

After investigation, StSound95 has a bug when dealing with signed "MIX1" music type! Instead of fixing StSound95 bug, I changed the YM file to unsigned sample data, so it's now compatible with the good old StSound95 player :)

Just download an updated version of WeWere.ym on my website and it will work with StSound95!
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BenOVR wrote:Do you have a native player for .ym ?
Hi Ben! comment va?

No there is no native YM player on ATARI :( It reminds I started to code one long time ago but never finished. Maybe I can look at my code archive.
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Ça va !

Zappy just asked the same question on facebook. It would be mice if you could find that in your archives. I thought of doing one a few time. I always stop at the lha part. I thought I had a lha depacker in asm written by M-coder but I lost it (or I'm remembering wrong).
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