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Help me find that... / Re: Unreal Tournament Beta UMXs
« on: April 04, 2019, 11:21:31 »
When I was searching on this, I came across someone mentioning an alpha and a pre-alpha version of UT. Someone did link the music from the beta but after all these years they were dead. Did they ever release demos/beta's on any PC magazines back in the day?

It was strange that this topic came up now, because I was trying to work out how accurate all my credits to the various musics were. I was trying to figure out a definitive credit list to all the music (tracker based), from the games, mods and map packs. I found I was missing some, some inaccurate credits and some I plain didn't even know about, ie beta's..

It still reminds me, just how good the music for the Unreal games were back then (and still are)...

Help me find that... / Re: Unreal Tournament Beta UMXs
« on: April 03, 2019, 18:26:06 »
While checking out the archives from Mirsoft, I came across the 15 Unreal #9 (kran32) impulse tracker module. This didn't match mine. If you check the file out, you'll extract 2 mods of the same module, slightly different filesizes in the one file...

Help me find that... / Re: Unreal Tournament Beta UMXs
« on: April 03, 2019, 12:15:15 »
A nice resource for the musics can be found at

It lists firebr as FireBreath by Teque & Nitro and I don't have that one which is strange, so I'll try and track that down.  I wonder if I still have the CDs in the attic for the Unreal games? It's in one of the archives from Mirsoft..

Game rips can be found at but I doubt they'll have the original umx files. They do have a couple of the beta tunes in one of the archives. for some info on the different music used and their minor variations.

The Unreal Tournament archive has 54 mods in a folder called beta.

Can't find any original files (.umx) or downloads to them, probably too long ago now.

Help me find that... / Re: Unreal Tournament Beta UMXs
« on: April 03, 2019, 11:58:43 »
As far as I was aware, all the original musics were in the music folder within the games themselves. No idea how after all these years if you could still download the games unless you had the original CDs.

Track #10 has been found!
The Battle is Over = Area 51 - Beyond the stars (beyondthestars.xm)

Knew it was well known, all i had to do was listen for 8 seconds longer, as the 1st sample that's played in the module has been cut..  Nice find..

The Lobby / Re: Longest module ever?
« on: March 25, 2019, 13:15:00 »
Just mention a few more longer(ish) modules, not overly extended, but Chuck Biscuits did a few over 10mins.  I particularly like his After Sunset.s3m, hypnotically repetitive for nearly 20mins. It's been a while since I heard it, but it has something that I really like about it...

Hall of Shame / Re: BtMe
« on: March 20, 2019, 15:33:09 »
Just a quick note, as soon as I clicked that soundcloud link and saw that Silent Night mix there, I thought hmmm!

While checking for your other dupes/rips I recognised the module. It's in fact Necros' Silent ... Should imagine the rest are ripped as well.  :o

The one i'm having trouble locating and the most annoying is The Battle is Over (10)..

I so recognise the tune and it's really bugging me what it is. I'm sure I'll remember what it is...

Calm Before the Storm  =  Badliz - Beastmaster's

Warn the People  =  Badliz - The Battle of

As for using CK' tune, do people have no shame?

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