The Amiga Future 147 will be released on the 5th November.
Amiga Future Aktion: Probeheft für 1 Cent
Im Augenblick gibt es im Shop unter https://www.amigashop.org die Möglichkeit ein Probeheft der Amiga Future für 1 Cent (+ Versandkosten, inkl. MwSt.) zu bestellen.
Amiga Future Promotion: Sample issue for 1 cent
We have a special offer for all of you who’ve gotten a taste of it: Right now you can order an Amiga Future issue for 1 cent (plus shipping costs and included VAT) at https://www.amigashop.org.
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I'm looking for a "modern" way of converting my old DBM tracks to WAV in an accurate way.
I've tried various trackers on Windows and Linux, but haven't found one yet that plays back DBM 100% correctly.
There are problems with effect 4xy and timing.
Does anyone know of an accurate DBM->WAV converter for Linux or Windows?
Why not use DigiboosterPro its Mixer to save your DBM`s to WAV/AIFF? If DBP works under emulation then you can do it on your pc instead of your Amiga. I guess that gives the best result.
I`m not sure but there exists no good DBM player on other systems.
There is DigiRoller (play/convert DBM to WAVE/AIFF) for OS3, OS4 and MorphOS.
Maybe there is a proper way to convert DBM to XM on windows/linux. In assumption good XM to WAVE converter exists.
There is no native Programm on PC Side, which can replay dbm modules (2.xx) to 100%.
... but, one Tracker i know which can import .digi and .dbm Format (without DSP-Echo replay!) is (Open) Modplug-Tracker.
Nice stuff on the "other" Side
PSYRIA (Music Productions)
(Composer / Sound Design)
Check it out & get a taste of it !