Software used on Amiga: XFD Decrunch v1.08, ExoticRipper 3.3, AudioMasterIV, Protracker v2.2a beta.
Software used on PC: WINUAE v1.5.2, Total Commander 7.02
1: Fire up an old demo.
2: Decrunch the file TWICE to get it into uncompressed mode.
3: Rip the songdata.
4: Load the binary file and extract out samples manually.
5: Trim samples and reconstruct the module.
6: It can now be recorded by the next SOAMC= update :-)
The end result is a module called mod.klein and from a old "The Web Inc." intro. The whole process took about 6 minutes. So, if I encounter 100 mod15 files x 6 minutes thats 600 minutes of work or 10 hours of constant ripping.
No wonder it might take some months for me to pull this off:-)
I did and probably have to do a lot more of this kind of ripping. I've tried a wealth of rippers, but no ripper seem to be able to rip these very old mod15 formats correctly, it has to be done manually by reconstructing as shown.
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