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David Brunet (ANF)

100th issue of Obligement magazine
The articles below have been added to the website of french Amiga/MorphOS magazine Obligement during the last two months. All translations are welcome. Please contact David 'Daff' Brunet for more information.
  • July/August 2013 news
  • Old articles from Amiga News 23 to 36
    • Report: AmiExpo 1991 Berlin
    • Review of Excellence! 2.0
    • Review of Scala
    • File: Amiga mouses
    • Review: Bars & Pipes Professional
    • Report: CeBIT 1991
    • Hardware: A2088XT
  • Interview with Trevor Dickinson (manager of A-Eon Technology)
  • Interview with David Taddei
  • Hardware: Mediator PCI 1200 TX
  • Review of NetSpeedometer et NetDock
  • Review of Silly Putty
  • Review of Amiga Revisited 2011
  • Review of Tracker Hero
  • Review of Lure Of The Temptress
  • File: Roger Dean and his Psygnosis productions
  • Tutorial: How to draw watermarks with Art Effect 4
  • Tutorial: Network share with SMBFS under MorphOS
  • Misc: Book "101 Jeux Amiga"
  • Special quiz about The Settlers
Articles in english:
  • Interview with Trevor Dickinson (manager of A-Eon Technology)
By this, David Brunet has issued the 50th online issue and the 100th in total of Obligement, which has been available in different forms since its birth:
  • 6 issues in paper (1997)
  • 7 issues in Scala (1998-1999)
  • 7 issues in Blitz Basic AGA (1999-2000)
  • 2 issues in AmigaGuide (2000)
  • 14 issues in Blitz Basic RTG (2000-2002)
  • 14 issues in HTML (2003-2005)
  • 50 issues online (2005-2013)

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Andreas Magerl (ANF)

Print magazine: Amiga Future 104 - Preview and excerpts online
The full colour preview and excerpts of the Amiga Future issue 104 (September/October 2013) are now available online. Among the articles in the current issue are an interview about MIST, a show report about the Silicon Dreams & Vintage Computer Festival 2013 and a review of the game MACE. (snx)

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15.Aug.2013 (Forum)

Interview: Mike Oldfield used an Amiga
Under the title link the singer Mike Oldfield ("Moonlight Shadow") told in an interview that at the end of the 80ies he used an Amiga to compose his album "Amarok":

Interviewer: "Musician friends of mine continue to marvel at Amarok. They can't understand how you made something that complex prior to Pro Tools or Logic."

Mike Oldfield: "And it was all hand-played as well. I used a very primitive sequencer and sampler that was a precursor to Notator, which became Logic. It was on a primitive computer called an Amiga. I would arrive every morning and plot something out in skeleton form, put it on the multitrack and say to Tom "Okay, we're going to work on that. That's the little sketch." Everything on top of that sketch was hand-played. There were no synthesizers. Eventually, we threw away the sketch. That was the technique of working on it." (snx) (Translation: dr)

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