Dune (aka brothomStates/Lassi Nikko) !!!! definately this guy !

Reed have a lot of skills !

Sorry no videos with scrolling greatness but here's the mod !!!
http://www.scene.org/file.php?file=%2Fp … rlight.zip

Goto80's MODs are really nice

And here's his latest madness, really good:

For me the most important releases are musicdisks Disk and Appelsap from Mellow D alias md/kschzt.

Good old Jeroen stuffs ! smile


Need to think about this. There are over 9000!!!!! good modules.

some nagz action for y'all -

i wish i could find more clips of nagz' crazier chip stuff playing off of FT2.  this appears to be the only FT2 video cap that i've found so far...

Last edited by bryface (Sep 20, 2012 6:37 am)

recently i was mindblowed when i found out that this radix tune was actually an XM:

and then i realized why the song was previously released only in mp3 format: the .XM is a gargantuan 14.70MB.

I hope you don’t mind me picking up this topic again. I found it while scanning through old topics and felt the urge to jump in.

As an old mod-enthusiast it’s hard to know where to begin. Some sugestions seem too obvious to me but I’m not sure if they are obvious for todays crowd. So please bare with me here.

Do you want good ol catchy melodic synthstuff? On the Amiga Lizardking was a pretty obvious answer. He had a characteristic sound throughout much of his tunes (Korg Wavestation ;-) ) and particular style (doskpop). He is one of those guys that was used as a benchmark. ”This sounds like doskpop, this sounds like Lizardking”.   If you ask me this is a good typical Lizardking .mod, if you like this you should download some more of his .mod-tunes since you probably will enjoy the rest of his stuff aswell: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uv78JqoDuDk

A popular later artist on the PC that could be said to build upon the doskpop sound was Elwood: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rN6T1qa9NY

Do you prefere darker and more rythmical music with less obvious lead melodies? Fancy distorted drums? Then Dune might be for you: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2MUI_Ywk1A

Want tracked chiptunes?

Your fellow forum member 4-Mat is a early, popular, classic composer in the genre: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wZ8jOYPEvc

Another popular early guy on the amiga was Emax: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1-fVb9vZDE

A bit later Radix emerged:

Radix sound on the Amiga (and later on the PC as well) was a big inspiration for classic PC chip-artists such as Loonie:

Some Amiga artists that I personally hold amongst my favorites that might not be as obvious to find for new enthusiasts are:

XTD : He made loads of awesome stuff on the Amiga and went on to do some awesome stuff on the PC as well. It’s kind of hard to pin point his stylie. He works alot with crazy genre crossovers. Many of his tunes are very heavy. Hard techno or industrial/metal guitar rythmic stuff while others are at the opposite end of the spectrum, cute and melodic. . …but the parts i really enjoy are when he does all things at once, check this out, the change at 2:03 makes me smile every time! :
And oh by the way, he has done some nice chiptunes as well ;-) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPeBRDeBCOE

ELF: Another sort of overlooked, super awesome, guy. When i heard this tune by him some time back in the early 90’s I was instantly hooked on the .mod-scene. This is one of my alltime favorites:

CAPTAIN: Finally. I hope everyone has already heard this, but if some one has managed not to this is the time to listen to one of the true classics from the Amiga era. How can you not love this tune!?!

Last edited by gusse^dsx (Dec 18, 2012 1:36 am)

I LOVE this thread.

Some more classics:


Julius/Lemon (not embedding cause the good part starts at 122s)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl … AG4#t=122s

And then some classic chips:

Random Voice


Romeo Knight/TRSI (a soundmonitor tune(!))

More gems from the Amiga


DIZZY (played on a PC in the video but made on the Amiga)






Last edited by gusse^dsx (Dec 18, 2012 11:33 am)

4-mat, Algar, Archon, cerror, dalezy, dubmood, Edzes, Ghidorah, joule, ko0x, loonie, Maktone, Malmen, Mexs, moh, Radix, Rez, Pasta, Pink, Tempest, Tao, Wiklund, Xerxes and Zalza.

Search for any of these and you'll be in happyland concerning modules like .mod, .xm, .it and .sndh.

To add some more MOD-loving people, here's some our stuff, not so old -

PS: Merry Christmas btw. wink

bumping this thread because i saw a pretty rad javascript MOD player recently, it uses the HTML 5 Web Audio API for output:


currently works only on a smaller subset of modern browsers.  nice collection of classics though!

oh also

Necroposting! (Audiomosnter is SO worth it, how could I forget him?)