"Still no luck finding any of the Music files you were asking about. I may have them but not named by the name you have given. And since the Music files are not identified by Author it is hard to find with out the Music to hear and put a name to."
It just struck me that the Asia tune might be as well known as the other two since it was on their (underrated, imo) third album Astra:
I found this Koala Picture on my Koala pictures MyDos atr and wonder is it is another one of your creations. I have collected over 900 koala pictures from different atr collections.
Holy smokes! I had forgotten all about that one! I took that from a sweatshirt a friend got for me when she saw them during the Under Wraps tour. Thanks for that! I'll add that to the ATR I make for The Doctor.
And thanks for checking on the AMP 2 files for me. It would have been a lot easier if they had tags on them or something, but at the time, I didn't think of embedding my name in them somewhere.
Could you post the Koala Pad pics. It might jog some of my memory cells.
Nothing spectacular, but I'll share the jpeg screenshots I took. I can put them on an ATR file or something if you want the native format. (I'd just have to dig through my archives to find them again.)
Like I said above, there are a few dozen that made it into PD collections. Aside from GEnie and Compuserve, I usually uploaded them to BBSes when I needed to establish my upload/download ration. (heehee) If I had been thinking, I would have contributed them to the AAAUA in San Antonio at the time. The few Koala Pad pics I made have shown up in PD collections, so I still have hope that some club archived the AMP files as well!
I have been looking for some song files I made with the Antic Music Processor 2.0 back in July 1989 and uploaded to GEnie and Compuserve. I've searched for them off and on for the last few years, but keep coming up with the same 50 or so AMP2 songs in archives, ftp sites, etc. I'm hoping someone might have them stashed away on a floppy somewhere:
WISHING.AMP (Wishing by Asia)
DREAMON.AMP (Dream On by Aerosmith)
LONGROAD.AMP (Love Is a Long Road by Tom Petty)
Dream On was listed in Z*Mag around that time as a file on both GEnie and CIS, so I know I'm not hallucinating.