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Amiga Paula original sound vs Emulation test

 

 

 

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Amiga Paula Sound vs Emulation

 

This simple test will compare a game soundtrack recorded straight from an Amiga 500 and PC emulator.

 

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editRECORDINGS A/B COMPARISON INFO:

(A)- AMIGA: the original soundtrack has been analog recorded straight out of an Amiga 500 stereo cinch to a RME Fireface at 44 kHz / 16 bits with no gain. Note that the Amiga filter is disabled, recorded wav file has been normalized to 100%.
(B) PC EMULATOR: the emulated soundtrack has been digitally dump from software emulator WINUAE out of a quadcore PC, low pass filter emulation is disabled and no further dithering process - settings at at standard 44 kHz / 16 bits.


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edit TEST 1 AGONY:
This test simply compares2 recording from the game AGONY released in 1992 by Psygnosis.
The selected soundtrack is the right before the famous piano intro by Tim Wright. It uses very high quality samples, consequently It is quite difficult is hear clear differences between.

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demo A- AMIGA 500 recording
demo B- WINUAE EMULATION recording
   
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demo A/B SPECTRAL




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