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Look what I made! / Studio Remix of Allister Brimble's STAmiga1
« on: April 11, 2009, 14:52:56 »

Here is a preview of my final submitted remix of the Amiga classic STAmiga1:

Look what I made! / A remix for Romeo Knight fans...
« on: March 20, 2009, 17:22:27 »
This is a studio remix of one of the earliest modules by Romeo Knight aka Eike Steffen.   It was released in 1988.   I tried to imagine what it would be like if the original started off life as a studio release for a TV program/film - hence the retro late 80's style   :)

The original was from D.O.C. demo 2 of November 1988:

Look what I made! / Turrican II: Freedom - Orchestral Remix
« on: November 08, 2008, 19:02:35 »
Hello....   Here's a Chris Huelsbeck remix of mine you might like...



Look what I made! / Aces-Hi - Hideaway Studio Remix of module...
« on: October 25, 2008, 19:50:42 »
Here is my latest Amiga studio remix - Aces High by Romeo Knight:

The original module was used in Razor 1911's Aces High demo from 1990.


Hello All,

Since I've spent the entire day in the studio remaking this Amiga oldie you might as well have a sneak preview before I upload it onto (Complications by Tomas Danko)


 :) Dan.  :)

Just to give you a taster of some of the websites content here is a quick example of two of the original studio synths in action:

The Infamous ST:01 MonoBass used absolutely everywhere in Amiga modules and the slightly unusual ST:01 TineWave.

MonoBass was sampled from the Yamaha DX-21 - a classic 4 operator FM synth of the era (circa 1986) and Tinewave is from the wonderful Roland D50.  Both ST-01 samples have carried over the original synth preset names.

Here is a quick MIDI sequence converted from a track I'm sure you will all recognise using the original studio instruments - notice that although MonoBass sounds very similar to the Amiga sample TineWave sounds rather different.  This is mainly due to the fact that the Amiga sample is very distorted which has given it a much punchier sound.  The same sort of processing could be applied to the studio sound - something I will have to do when I start recreating ST-01 in HQ:

Dan, Hideaway Studio.    :)

Sampling / ST-01: Snare1 source confirmed thanks to Dr_Mabuse!!
« on: September 11, 2008, 23:16:00 »
 :o  OK Now I'm now totally blown away - after finding the Kawai R100 sample set on the net and then very carefully playing the samples and compairing them with ST-01:Snare1 I guessed that it might be derived from R100's Bass Drum 2 - on loading the two samples into Sound Forge and then, as Dr Mabuse suggested, I transposed Snare1 down by about an octave, and then pushed the volume of Bass Drum 2 from the Kawai well beyond clipping and low pass filtered the hell out of it to my amazement came out a waveform almost identical to ST-01:Snare 1!!!

I wish I could show you guys just how similar the two waveforms are - if it wasn't for the fact that whatever dodgy sampler was used to make ST-01 then the two waveforms would be the same.  They are not identical because the sampler used on the Amiga clearly had a major problem with sampling near DC signals thus resulting in telltail DC offset drift with samples containing lots of very low frequencies.  This distortion is present in a very large amount of the ST-01 samples.

Many thanks for tha Dr_Mabuse - what's bothering me here is this is well beyond a guess - how did you know about this???  Were you involved in making the original sample sets?  ;)

Here is a quick update on 99% positive identified ST-01 (46/126) sample sources prior to going online. I have leads for another 30 or so, I'm really struggling with the percussion and there is definitely a missing synth.

ST-01 Sample: Source Synth: Source Preset & Name:
Call ROLAND D50 I-16 Living Calliope
DigDug YAMAHA DX21 G13 P1 Solid Bass (aka Lately Bass)
DigiHarp ROLAND D50 I-12 Metal Harp
DXBass YAMAHA DX21 G13 P1 Solid Bass (aka Lately Bass)
DxTom YAMAHA DX21 G9 P1 Electro Tom
FaeryTale CASIO CZ-101 Fairytail
FunkBass YAMAHA DX21 G13 P6 Elec Bass
Heaven ROLAND D50 I-61 Staccato Heaven
HeavySynth YAMAHA DX21 G10 P1 Heavy Synth
Heifer YAMAHA DX21 G9 P8 Heifer Bell
Hooman ROLAND D50 C-67 Choir
Horns YAMAHA DX21 G5 P1 Horns
JahrMarkt2 ROLAND D50 C-12 Metal Harp
Jetes ROLAND D50 I-54 Jete Strings
Koto YAMAHA DX21 G6 P7 Kotokoto
Licks ROLAND D50 I-85 Bones
Mechanic1 ROLAND D50 I-81 Intruder FX
MetalKeys YAMAHA DX21 G7 P4 Metal Keys
MonoBass YAMAHA DX21 G13 P4 Mono Bass
MuteClav YAMAHA DX21 G11 P5 Mute Clav
Nice ROLAND JUNO106 A33 Xylophone
NightMare ROLAND D50 I-71 Nightmare
Outlaw ROLAND D50 I-21 DigitalNativeDance
PingBells ROLAND JUNO106 B77 Pingbell
Pizza ROLAND D50 I-44 Pizzagogo
PolySynth ROLAND D50 I-55 Stereo Polysynth
PopBass YAMAHA DX21 G13 P1 Solid Bass
RichString YAMAHA DX21 G4 P6 Richstring
RingPiano ROLAND D50 I-78 Pianissimo
Shamus ROLAND D50 I-41 Shamus Theme
SixTease YAMAHA DX21 G3 P6 <6 Tease>
SlapBass ROLAND D50 I-83 Synth Bass
Stabs ROLAND D50 I-25 Harpsichord Stabs
Steinway YAMAHA DX21 G1 P1 Deep Grand
Strings7 ROLAND D50 I-A1 Legato Strings
SynClaves YAMAHA DX21 G9 P3 Breakin
SyntheBass YAMAHA DX21 G13 P3 Synthe Bass
TineWave ROLAND D50 I-56 Tine Wave
Touch ROLAND D50 I-16 Living Calliope
Voices ROLAND D50 I-17: D50 Voices

All of the above are based on original factory synth presets. 

Some of the Amiga samples have been made using delays and
tailing of the original source - eg. Call

NB: Some ST-01 samples appear to be transposed by 1 octave and given
another name - hence the reason why some synth presets appear
more than once. Last Update: 27/07/08 D.Wilson.

The synth sounds I'm clueless on at the moment are: 


Any more clues would be great  :)

Dan Wilson, Hideaway Studio.

Hello Amiga music fans... I've always liked this old mod but I've no idea what it is - I remember copying it off a friends Amiga front cover disk circa 1990 - can someone put me out of my misery and identify who wrote this module and where it was used. As far as I know the title is Sad Song not to be mistaken for another module of the era by the same name.   :-\

Here is a link to a quick studio test sequence - if anyone thinks it's worth spending some time remixing it properly then I'd value your constructive feedback:

If you are interested you can find all of my released AmigaRemix remixes at:

Or my profile at AmigaRemix:


Dan, Hideaway Studio.  :azn:

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