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More Quartet Files ...

Postby Mug UK » Sun May 02, 2004 6:47 pm

Here's some more .. will add any others to this thread from now on

http://www.mikemee.plus.com/ followed by:

Narco.Police.zip
Spindizzy.Worlds.zip


Narco Police was (as mentioned in the other thread) on the disk as Voice.set and Demo.4v .. so renamed both files to something more useful.

Spindizzy Worlds - picked wrong disk initially .. Empire release was packed with probably a known packer, but they'd hacked the header to be "PAK!" and couldn't be arsed disassembling their trap 1 loader (or maybe it was the coder himself???) - so grabbed and unpacked the SPINDIZY.MUS file from Automation 400. But when playing it sounds a little too slow compared to the game, so I'm wondering if there's a time signature byte I've missed on the .4V file .. if I fix it, I will re-upload.let

I know the .SET file is perfect rip .. think the header is definitely suspect on the 4V .. more knews to follow.
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Spindizzy Worlds fixed !!

Postby Mug UK » Wed May 05, 2004 6:56 pm

Ok, so I was in a rush and uploaded the wrong file .. ahem ..

Correct .4v is now up on my site, the URL is almost the same, but I've decided to have a tidy up and all my Quartet rips are now stored in

http://www.mikemee.plus.com/Quartet/filename.zip

So if you downloaded previous version of Spindizzy.Worlds.zip, then you'll need to re-download it.
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Postby Grazey / PHF » Wed May 05, 2004 7:03 pm

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Fancy giving me hand ripping new music (CHIP) for the next UMD update.

Any tune not in 8730 will do!
contact me for more info

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Postby lotek_style » Wed May 05, 2004 7:12 pm

groovy :) also .mod-rips would be appreciated ;) fading twilight is still an active project :)
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Postby Mug UK » Wed May 05, 2004 7:14 pm

Talk to me online as got a pressie for you ;-)

Whichever one (bar AIM) you want to chat on ..
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Wrath of the Demon - preview rip .. need some volunteers!

Postby Mug UK » Wed May 05, 2004 9:30 pm

Wrath Of The Demon - Quartet Music Rip

Composer: David Whittaker

Ripper: MUG U.K(tm)

Rip Date: 3rd May 2004

Rip Tools: Superior version, FIRE Depack (New Depacker), WinHex, QPlay3 and coffee!

Here's I think the complete songs that are inside Wrath of Demon - but I am probably very wrong here.

There is the title track plus 9 other tunes - all lumped together in one large file with Nick Pelling's player routine.

This archive only contains the .4V and .SET files ripped from the Red Disk (Superior 58A).

What I need is someone with W.O.T.D on the ST to test all the levels via a trainer version and see if I've missed out on any of the tunes. I keep getting reboots when it looks for the Yellow disk. Replicants version doesn't work at all for me when screen flashes to swap disk :(

There could be more tunes located on the other disks, I've not had time to look as of yet.

If you could also title the tunes - which one is used on each level etc. I've done the title tune as that was a bit easy to spot :)

Or email me some .WAV/MP3 versions of the first few seconds of each level tune so that I can compare against my rips etc.

I just haven't got the time right now to do a 101% test and rip ... sorry


Hoping there's a volunteer out there to help me ....


http://www.mikemee.plus.com/Quartet/Wra ... .Demon.zip - also attached it below.
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Postby Stefan jL » Thu May 06, 2004 4:47 pm

ooh... there are 9 quartet tunes in Wotd? i have only heard 2 of them (3 if the game over tune is digital.. don't rember).
Most of the tunes are YM.

I can record the title tune from my original copy of Wotd.
You can compare the quartet tunes with the Amiga version of the music.. it's in the SC68 archive.

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Postby Mug UK » Thu May 06, 2004 4:54 pm

Great as downloaded the last updated SC68 last night ;-)

There might be 9 tunes in the file, but no guarantee they were all used - maybe they're used as background music for the animations?

If you can record them from your original then great .. every little bit helps. Will check out the SC68 versions later on tonight
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Postby Stefan jL » Thu May 06, 2004 6:20 pm

Now i have recorded the title tune (it seems that the Amiga SC68 plays more slow?) and "the dark tower"(on disk 3) music, should be level 4 if it needs to get a number :wink:

http://shozan.sytes.net/~meth/atarist/y ... -title.ogg
http://shozan.sytes.net/~meth/atarist/y ... _tower.ogg

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Postby Mug UK » Thu May 06, 2004 6:28 pm

Yep .. noticed the same thing .. under STEEM and Quartet with the rip, the music plays a lot faster than the SC68 version ..

Only way to test this is to get WotD on UAE and try it on there.

Cheers for the OGGs .. will have a listen in a mo
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Postby Mug UK » Thu May 13, 2004 9:48 pm

Echo's Music Disk #2

Composer: Echo

Ripped by: MUG U.K(tm)

Source disk: Source 96 (also by me but 11 years previously!)

Variety of styles by Echo .. some are conversions of Amiga tunes.

Also included his standard replay program as source code so you can make your own up if you want.
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