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PostPosted: 2014-05-12, 12:00:10 

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Sonic of 8! wrote:
Some Atari music sites:

* ASMA (no pun with Asthma, please) hosts a large archive of SAP files, which plays music composed in Atari 400/800 and his variants;
* SNDH hosts a large archive of Atari ST music in .sndh format;
* sc68 hosts a large (and very outdated) archive of Atari ST / Amiga music in sc68 format.


Thank you, added. We've exceeded 50 now ^^


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Knurek wrote:
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GBS Penultimate Archive
http://snesmusic.org/hoot/gbs/

Less selection than other resources for GBS, but more presentable/searchable/etc. There was also the Manly 2SF page (or pages) but I believe they are gone since they took too much effort to curate.


Long superseeded by Portable Music History: http://snesmusic.org/pmh/


Oops, silly me :oops: I'm still not in the habit of visiting pmh.

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If only all these sites had such a wonderful frontend as mdscene :P


That's kind of my plan. Importing all those files into a centralized database.


If you do this you will be Hero of Time.

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UnExoticA hosts a large amount of music from Amiga games and demos in their original format.
http://www.exotica.org.uk/wiki/UnExoticA


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Thanks, added UnExoticA to the list. Wow, their front page is kind of harsh:

[quote=UnExoticA]
Unlike other collections available elsewhere on the internet, UnExoticA's archive hasn't been defaced with rip credits, which often replace comments left by the original composer.
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gosh


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PostPosted: 2015-06-24, 17:51:45 

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It just means their files are free from crap like this:

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When it replaces original sample text, it is kind of lame.


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I see. I just don't think it's a good idea to write negative things on your front page, that's all.

Anyway, do you happen to know exactly which libraries they were referring to? I'd like to link to those as well, if I haven't already.


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I'm not sure who they are talking about exactly. Most of the ones I have like that probably came from The Mod Archive. They have VGM stuff in the archive, but it isn't usually indexed in any sort of meaningful way.

Not VG related, but Amiga Music Preservation is a good library of Amiga demo scene music.


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PostPosted: 2015-06-24, 23:52:20 

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Thanks, added AMP as well. It is related, as it contains module files.


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@vampirefrog: don't forget to add a playback functionality on your consolidated frontend.. I'd think that this player should be able to handle most of the songs: http://www.wothke.ch/blaster/ ;-)


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Thanks, but the consolidated thing is far in the future, for now I just have two major things I want to add to vgmrips, besides the JS VGM player: a new design and editable packs. So that's gonna be a couple of months I guess.


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