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Jul 15, 2004, 3:35:50 PM (16 years ago)
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pfusik
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Imported ASMA 2.8

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  • trunk/asma/Docs/STIL.txt

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    11##############################################################################
    22#
    3 #  STIL v2.7 - SAP Tune Information List
     3#  STIL v2.8 - SAP Tune Information List
    44#  Maintained by Zdenek Eisenhammer (PG)
    5 #  Total number of entries: 185
     5#  Total number of entries: 191
    66#
    77
     
    746746### Sven Tegethoff (Gnome Design) ############################################
    747747
     748/Various/Tegethoff_Sven/
     749COMMENT: Tegethoff's own comments are denoted by (ST).
     750
     751/Various/Tegethoff_Sven/Abbuc_20_1.sap
     752COMMENT: "Entry in the annual Abbuc demo competition (can't remember the year)
     753         held at the 'Hobbytronic' Computer Fair in Dortmund, Germany. The song
     754         is an adaption of a popular tune from the Commodore C64. It's such a
     755         crappy rendition because this is a LOADER music, and you can only use
     756         two voices while loading from floppy. The demo (not this particular
     757         tune) won first price. Uses custom player routines." (ST)
     758
    748759/Various/Tegethoff_Sven/Abbuc_20_2.sap
    749760  TITLE: Commando, Tune #2
    750761 ARTIST: Rob Hubbard
     762COMMENT: "The second loader music from the same demo. This is an equally crappy
     763         rendition of the High Score theme from the C64 game 'Commando'. The
     764         demo (not this particular tune) won first price. Uses custom player
     765         routines." (ST)
     766
     767/Various/Tegethoff_Sven/Abbuc_21_1.sap
     768COMMENT: "Another entry in the annual Abbuc demo competition (can't remember
     769         the year) held at the 'Hobbytronic' Computer Fair in Dortmund,
     770         Germany. The demo (not this particular tune) won first price. Written
     771         using 'The Black Magic Composer'.
     772
     773/Various/Tegethoff_Sven/Abbuc_21_3.sap
     774COMMENT: "Another entry in the annual Abbuc demo competition (can't remember
     775         the year) held at the 'Hobbytronic' Computer Fair in Dortmund,
     776         Germany. Written using 'The Black Magic Composer' with Digi-Drums.
     777         Drums were blatantly ripped from various Chris Huelsbeck modules :)"
     778         (ST)
     779
     780/Various/Tegethoff_Sven/The_Top_2_2.sap
     781COMMENT: "This song was part of the same Abbuc Demo like Abbuc_20_1.sap and
     782         Abbuc_21_2.sap. The complete demo (not this particular tune) won first
     783         price. The tune was ripped and re-used by some czech demo crew in a
     784         demo called 'the top'. But I forgive them, because they gave me the
     785         proper credits :)  Makes heavy uses of the  very few modulations the
     786         atari sound chip allowed for. Written using 'The Black Magic Composer'
     787         with Digi-Drums. Drums were blatantly ripped from various Chris
     788         Huelsbeck modules :)" (ST)
     789         Sven is wrong here, The Top demos were produced in Poland.
     790
     791/Various/Tegethoff_Sven/Hobbytronic_90_2.sap
     792COMMENT: "Entry in the annual Abbuc demo competition 1990 held at the
     793         'Hobbytronic' Computer Fair in Dortmund, Germany. Written using 'The
     794         Black Magic Composer' with Digi-Drums. Drums were blatantly ripped
     795         from various Chris Huelsbeck modules :)" (ST)
    751796
    752797### Top Odin #################################################################
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