X-Plane Mobile – a flight-simulator that works really great on the iPad Pro. Lately spending quite some time experimenting with the small selection of planes, and thousands of airports, it turns out the hotspot for multiplayer activity is mostly at one airport in North America-
KSEA airport, Tacoma, Seattle.
“Filmed” from the cockpit of an F22 Jet:
Soundtrack: Ice Palace
Remastered with fully re-recorded material directly from a real Commodore Amiga, composed in AHX Tracker.
Have an Amiga and would like to try out AHX yourself? Grab the AHX User Manual Redux from GitHub. Dale over at dope.fish put the printable booklet PDF manual together with the help of numerous contributions (mine included!) making it a superb resource to pick up & print.
Many of these tunes exploit bugs (out of bounds parameters) to cause some glitch effects. Naturally, emulators/PC-playback routines didn’t anticipate this and summarily crashed to pieces when these were first released.
An updated version of AHX for high-end Amigas, supporting up to 16 channels of AHX synthesis- Hivelytracker. Compatible with AHX and has its own format (HVL) for advanced synthesis such as ring-modulation.
A miracle. Ilona-Ruby is in full remission.
I guess I was up to my old tricks again, as I had one of my questions answered directly by the NASA Insight team, and what a great answer it was too!
Check out out!
The track is from an early instrumental album “Red Reflections” titled “Crying Out”.
Our local beauty spot is once again available, with the weather perfect and Ilona-Ruby on the very slow but positive path to recovery, this is our progress so far. Music is from my number 1 favourite album by Mike Oldfield: The Songs of Distant Earth. Poignantly titled track: Only Time Will Tell.
It is what it is, wet socks. How to enjoy life on the stony beaches on Lanzarote, our first vacation since what seems forever. Wet socks.