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Post by Mataeus » Mon Oct 26, 2009 5:05 pm

Eureka! I have finally finished reading the various DizzyAGE manuals. AND I have finally been able to add C64 music into my test environment by recording it directly from winVICE emulator as a .wav file, editing the opening/ending in Audacity and saving it as a .ogg file. Yay! SID music in DizzyAGE! (It's quite amusing browsing my documents and seeing a file called dizzy.ogg hehe :D )
It's a shame that DizzyAGE doesn't recognise .sid files (the generally accepted form of C64 music files) as I have a library of about 15000, and let's be honest C64 SID music is great!
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Post by Rindex » Mon Oct 26, 2009 6:51 pm

Mataeus wrote:It's a shame that DizzyAGE doesn't recognise .sid files (the generally accepted form of C64 music files) as I have a library of about 15000, and let's be honest C64 SID music is great!
No, for AY/YM all ~22500 tracks. :v2_dizzy_wink:

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Post by delta » Mon Oct 26, 2009 7:10 pm

rindex, do you know of a music editor for the PC that will edit YM music files?
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Post by Rindex » Mon Oct 26, 2009 7:26 pm

delta wrote:rindex, do you know of a music editor for the PC that will edit YM music files?
In Russia the best it Pro-tracker3 and Vortex Tracker for ZX-Spectrum. But at them different formats. Foreign look on this site. In the same place and all AY/YM melodies.

P.S. Musical editors works by means of emulators to computer ZX-Spectum.

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Post by Rindex » Mon Oct 26, 2009 8:04 pm

delta wrote:rindex, do you know of a music editor for the PC that will edit YM music files?
In what format written melody? If MP3, then probably only Adobe Audition or Sound Forge.

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Post by delta » Mon Oct 26, 2009 8:32 pm

Rindex wrote:In what format written melody? If MP3, then probably only Adobe Audition or Sound Forge.
the only format i have it in is YM file format. and i need to chop about 50 seconds off the end.
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Post by Rindex » Mon Oct 26, 2009 8:41 pm

delta wrote:the only format i have it in is YM file format. and i need to chop about 50 seconds off the end.
But the YM-file has been written in any editor. In what?

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Post by delta » Mon Oct 26, 2009 8:58 pm

Rindex wrote:But the YM-file has been written in any editor. In what?
i don't know. I got it from the folder of music files that is downloaded with DizzyAGE. It's just the YM file.
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Post by Rindex » Mon Oct 26, 2009 9:09 pm

delta wrote:i don't know. I got it from the folder of music files that is downloaded with DizzyAGE. It's just the YM file.
To me to an e-mail you can transfer? I am on the ZX-Spectrum emulator look.

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Post by delta » Mon Oct 26, 2009 9:26 pm

i've sent you a private message with a link.
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