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A new intro
« on: November 14, 2007 »
Hello guys and gals . . .

Something i have been working on for a while - not brilliant but i am happy with it!
Thanks goto Shockwave and Rbraz for their code and help . . . !

Hope you enjoy it!

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Re: A new intro
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2007 »
@DrewPee:
Nice one - very oldschoolish. Cannot remember the exact demo but it reminds me on
a certain demo of the group Cascade if I am right.

Some constructive feedback:

- maybe you should add some fading fx on one the VUmeters so that each time
after a note on the channel is played the colored corner softly fades out
- an additional fx on the logo would rock (e.g.sinewave)

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Re: A new intro
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2007 »
Amiga-style rulez!!!!  :goodpost:
We once had a passion
It all seemed so right
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Re: A new intro
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2007 »
I think that this is definately a step in the right direction for you Drew :) I notice that this time it is completely smooth, things you made in the past have run very quickly here but it looks perfectly smooth now.

In fact if the vumeters did a bit more and with a re-think of the colours, I know of a few groups that would probably use this as a cracktro.
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Re: A new intro
« Reply #4 on: November 15, 2007 »
Thanks for the input!

I know what you mean about a bit more work on the VU Meters! It has taken me bloody ages to get there (believe me!!!). I need to get them either to fade or do something more but Im not sure how to do that at the mo! I will take another look and see what I can do.

Overall I was really pleased with the feel of it though and was very proud to use my speccy font properly at last and my parallax starfield I think is good too!

As you can probably tell shockwave, I used your bmp drawing routine to put the logo into the middle bit . . . made it very easy for me to do - thanks!

I still need to learn a bit more about timing as well - although this time it worked out fine!

Regards and appreciation

Drew
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Re: A new intro
« Reply #5 on: December 09, 2007 »
Really nice feel to this drewpee i am loving the equalizer  ;)

I might post some of mine as i am learning PB now with my good friends at DAWN.. :)

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