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Do we have a master list if all the Basic music coded by Sam Moore Jr?

 

If not, lets start here.....  dump songs below.  I’ll compile them into a master disc and put a menu on them.

 

They are all scattered ... some I found on BBSes, some on TigerCub, and some on the DTIHCG disks.

 

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Updating since I can't edit my post- morning went sideways on me and elbow deep in work.  I do know I have at the least filenames and the TI disks. 

 

Some of them I actually have on the original disks dad had :)  But.. I also have an archive copy of 99% of what is out there.

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I'm very much interested in this. I enjoyed a lot of the "music videos" when I was a kid. 

 

He also wrote a game called "Swords" which I adapted for online play on TI-Net BBS. It was a simple RPG where you were prompted to make choices.

A modern equivalent is "Reigns" on the iPhone.

 

 

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34 minutes ago, FarmerPotato said:

I'm very much interested in this. I enjoyed a lot of the "music videos" when I was a kid. 

 

He also wrote a game called "Swords" which I adapted for online play on TI-Net BBS. It was a simple RPG where you were prompted to make choices.

A modern equivalent is "Realm" on the iPhone.

 

 

Yup!  I was thinking it was called like 'Swords and Sorcery' or something like that- I'm pretty sure it's on the TI GameBase.

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Just from memory. Some of these may be by others. I look forward to revisiting these.

 

Moonlight Sonata
Killing Me Softly
Yesterday
Yes We Have No Bananas
A 5th of Beethoven
Bumble Boogie
You're So Vain

 

Come to think of it, another programmer Stephen Foster was prolific.. I wonder if I have some of his in there.
 

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14 hours ago, acadiel said:

Do we have a master list if all the Basic music coded by Sam Moore Jr?

 

If not, lets start here.....  dump songs below.  I’ll compile them into a master disc and put a menu on them.

 

They are all scattered ... some I found on BBSes, some on TigerCub, and some on the DTIHCG disks.

 

Here is one disk I found in my box.

MOORE#1   :     343 used  17 free   90 KB  1S/1D 40T  9 S/T
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AMAZEFILE     11  INT/VAR 80    2454 B  122 recs
AMAZEGRACE    10  PROGRAM       2254 B
BERCEUSE/X    35  PROGRAM       8655 B
BUGLEBOOGX    31  PROGRAM       7557 B
BUMBLBOOGB    45  PROGRAM      11116 B
DOGBOOGIEX    38  PROGRAM       9340 B
FORESTROSX    31  PROGRAM       7653 B
LOAD           7  PROGRAM       1410 B
MAINSCRX      17  PROGRAM       3925 B
ODEPUPPYX     34  PROGRAM       8326 B
VARTHEMEX     30  PROGRAM       7181 B
VENUSRHAPX    26  PROGRAM       6297 B
WESTBOOGX     26  PROGRAM       6257 B

sammoore.dsk

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12 hours ago, digdugnate said:

Let me look and see what I have later this morning- I'm his son.  🙂

So it appears I borrowed your dad's music for my Flappy Bird game. Thank you. :waving:

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Here is another disk that I pulled together

 

SAMMOORE2 :     315 used  45 free   90 KB  1S/1D 40T  9 S/T
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AMAZGRACE     11  PROGRAM       2418 B            2020-02-10 19:34:24
BEETHOVEN5    47  PROGRAM      11732 B            2020-02-10 19:06:06
BOAT-SONG     27  PROGRAM       6454 B            2020-02-10 19:34:24
BOOGOOG       34  PROGRAM       8332 B            2020-02-10 19:09:24
BUMBLEBOOG    45  PROGRAM      11144 B            2020-02-10 19:34:24
CHURCHDATA    11  PROGRAM       2352 B            2020-02-10 19:57:14
FLOWER        27  PROGRAM       6630 B            2020-02-10 19:34:24
MILL          38  PROGRAM       9253 B            2020-02-10 19:50:24
OPUS23        30  PROGRAM       7257 B            2020-02-10 19:49:00
YESTERDAY     43  PROGRAM      10589 B            2020-02-10 19:54:16

sammoore2.dsk

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1 hour ago, FarmerPotato said:

Here is one disk I found in my box.

MOORE#1   :     343 used  17 free   90 KB  1S/1D 40T  9 S/T
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
AMAZEFILE     11  INT/VAR 80    2454 B  122 recs
AMAZEGRACE    10  PROGRAM       2254 B
BERCEUSE/X    35  PROGRAM       8655 B
BUGLEBOOGX    31  PROGRAM       7557 B
BUMBLBOOGB    45  PROGRAM      11116 B
DOGBOOGIEX    38  PROGRAM       9340 B
FORESTROSX    31  PROGRAM       7653 B
LOAD           7  PROGRAM       1410 B
MAINSCRX      17  PROGRAM       3925 B
ODEPUPPYX     34  PROGRAM       8326 B
VARTHEMEX     30  PROGRAM       7181 B
VENUSRHAPX    26  PROGRAM       6297 B
WESTBOOGX     26  PROGRAM       6257 B

sammoore.dsk 180 kB · 4 downloads

 

24 minutes ago, FarmerPotato said:

Here is another disk that I pulled together

 

SAMMOORE2 :     315 used  45 free   90 KB  1S/1D 40T  9 S/T
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
AMAZGRACE     11  PROGRAM       2418 B            2020-02-10 19:34:24
BEETHOVEN5    47  PROGRAM      11732 B            2020-02-10 19:06:06
BOAT-SONG     27  PROGRAM       6454 B            2020-02-10 19:34:24
BOOGOOG       34  PROGRAM       8332 B            2020-02-10 19:09:24
BUMBLEBOOG    45  PROGRAM      11144 B            2020-02-10 19:34:24
CHURCHDATA    11  PROGRAM       2352 B            2020-02-10 19:57:14
FLOWER        27  PROGRAM       6630 B            2020-02-10 19:34:24
MILL          38  PROGRAM       9253 B            2020-02-10 19:50:24
OPUS23        30  PROGRAM       7257 B            2020-02-10 19:49:00
YESTERDAY     43  PROGRAM      10589 B            2020-02-10 19:54:16

sammoore2.dsk 90 kB · 1 download

Here's what I recollect the full names are for these:

 

Amazing Grace
A 5th of Beethoven
Berceuse
Boogie Oogie
Bugle Boogie
Bumblebee Boogie
Doggone Boogie
Forest Rose
In the Mill
Ode to Puppytown
Venetian Boat Song
Venus Rhapsody (I believe this was an original composition)
Western Boogie
Yesterday

 

Still at the office for another couple of hours- just been one of those days.  I know I have at least two and up to four or five disks at the house. 

 

If you are interested, I also had a thread last year about an incomplete game I'd found called 'Caveman'.  Thanks to this super community there's a .ZIP of the file in the thread.

 

Dad was with TI for about 24 years, but my memory says that he didn't leave on good terms in the late 90s because of the defense economy/state of the site he was working at.  His full time job was Electrical Engineer- he did Smart Missile stuff (Paveway, among others) and worked in their transformer shops in Sherman and Denison.  I know he also worked in Richardson but I think that was in the mid 70s before I was born.

 

This is what I remember, anyway- I was pretty young and he doesn't talk about it much.

 

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55 minutes ago, Asmusr said:

So it appears I borrowed your dad's music for my Flappy Bird game. Thank you. :waving:

Ha! I need to go check it out then!  That's cool.

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7 hours ago, FarmerPotato said:

I'm very much interested in this. I enjoyed a lot of the "music videos" when I was a kid. 

 

The Sam Moore music programs were some of my favorites back in the day.  Bill Knecht and a few others come to mind as contributing to the enjoyable music/video "scene".  

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45 minutes ago, InsaneMultitasker said:

The Sam Moore music programs were some of my favorites back in the day.  Bill Knecht and a few others come to mind as contributing to the enjoyable music/video "scene".  

 

I just found a disk of Bill Knecht music in the MATIUG library (because grep MOORE matched his comments).

I was not aware of any of his stuff.

 

 

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Here is another diskful, found one by one on music disks from the MATIUG library (searching volumes 1-180)

 

 

SAMMOORE3 :     419 used  301 free   180 KB  2S/1D 40T  9 S/T
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DOG-GONE      38  PROGRAM       9315 B
MAINSCREEN    17  PROGRAM       3925 B
MOM_GOOSE     37  PROGRAM       9140 B
MOONLIGHT     49  INT/VAR 254  12141 B   48 recs
MORNING       40  PROGRAM       9879 B
ORGAN         38  PROGRAM       9405 B
PIANO         30  PROGRAM       7240 B
R-BOOGIE      17  PROGRAM       4027 B
ROBOT_JOKE    27  PROGRAM       6551 B
SPACEGEM      11  PROGRAM       2379 B
TRUCKER       23  PROGRAM       5598 B
VENUS         26  PROGRAM       6297 B
W-BOOGIE      26  PROGRAM       6257 B
WAY-YOU-R     38  PROGRAM       9437 B

Not all are music. Trucker is pretty funny.

 

sammoore3.dsk

 

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3 hours ago, digdugnate said:

 

Here's what I recollect the full names are for these:

 

 

 

Thanks for doing this.  You have vivid memories of all of these? I'm glad you're here.

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sorry i keep moving the goal marker on you guys, home and work life is always crazy crazy crazy.  i did have a few minutes to sit down this morning and jot down the list of what I have.

 

for the most part, i do remember a lot of these and the time dad spent doing it.  I know he came up with some 'tricks' to make coding a little quicker but i think that they were still pretty time-consuming between coding and polishing.  a funny trivia note is on some of the graphics/sprite work he used my coloring books as a guide along with graph paper. :D 

 

He did some other educational-type stuff and a good bit of Ham Radio stuff, but I don't really have any of that around and my memory isn't so great on that piece.

 

i think all of these were submitted by him to TI for their User Submission program and TI accepted a good number of them.  Mom (they're divorced) says that she remembers him being paid pretty good by TI for them.

 

below is the filename list of what i have at the house for dad's songs, for some of the random ones i'd have to load the file and see what the heck it was called.  I don't know that I have anything other than ti-format disks, though, i have to keep looking.

 

5th

albumleaf

berceuse

bigcatboog

boatsong

bugleboog

bumbleboog

church

csonata

doggonex

forestrose

graymouse

guitar

inthemill

justtheway

kangaroo

killingme

mapleleaf

mash4077

moonlight

morning

nocturne

oogieboog

opus-23

ozmedley

puppytown

robotboog

rondo

seabottom

senorita

silencia

snowscene

splendored

sundaydriv

timebottle (my note on this one is you have to delete lines 250, 260, 270, 280, and 320 to have it work properly)

venus

westernboo

witchdance

withlove

yesterday

youlight

 

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Sam's music was on my favourites list and the splendid Puppytown is on my playlist.  Excellent music and graphics.  Kudos.

 

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looking at my stuff, it appears i only have the TI-formatted disks.   That being said, @sparkdrummer a couple years ago sent me a disk image that i've uploaded here- i used to have a program listing but I haven't fired up TI99DIR since i swapped computers recently so not sure what all is here.  :)

MOOREMUSIC.DSK

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I have this stuff catalogated into my hard drive about Sam Moore :) 
If something of them still missing i can share here.
I have not checked the stuff already shared 😛 

 

 

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