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    A re creation of the 1978 Brunswick table Alive!

    First, A LOT of thanks needs to be said.  This is a conversion of updon719 Aspen table.  From what I can tell Alive and Aspen, are essentially the same table, with only a few different sound effects.   I was able to get the sounds from the machine from a few different youtube videos.  I did my best to edit out the background noise and table noises.  Luckily someone that owns the machine is going to eventually send me the sounds.

     

    Ok, moving on, I used some elements from the VP9 Alive! table, so I need to thank, Wrenchien the original creator,  dboyrecords who worked on the recreation,Stat, and Borgdog who are credited on the Aspen table.  I really started this just as a "test" as I'm trying to learn vpx, and teach myself some new photoshop skills (I have a very basic understanding of it).  I started just touching up the playfield, just messing around, and I really got into it, and decided to "attempt" the whole field.  It isn't the best, but when I loaded it into vpx, I said, "Ok, I may have something here!"  So I kept going.

     

    I'm a big Elvis fan, and I really enjoy the artwork of this, and figured I would upload this, and hope some people would enjoy it, and maybe update it more.  I also reskinned the Aspen Backglass to go along with the table. My final thanks goes to Brain Ryan who helped with adjusting the lights, updating the materials, color corrected the plastic so VPX will display them better,added some missing screws, ball and fipper shadows, custom color lookup and the pov.   However; I do my editing on my work computer, so the pov MAY have got a little screwed up again .  Here are the recommended pov: 0 8.2 50.8 270 0.884 1 1 -13 -3.2 -1630

    Included I have the backglass.  One last note, I have NO idea whats going on with the desktop version, as laylow sent me a message saying the background was still Aspen.  I put a new background in to match, but couldn't get the scoring to work, if someone wants to take a look at that.

    Enjoy!

    0.0.3

    Finally added the remaining sounds from this table. The table now has all the correct sounds from the original table. A big thanks to scottacus, who added the necessary script code for the remaining sounds. Some guy on youtube told me he will record me the sounds from the machine so they will sound better but we will see if he pulls through. Minor tweaks.

    0.0.2 Cleaned up a couple plastics Fixed script so the correct sounds play

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       roccodimarco 
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      A re creation of the 1978 Brunswick table Alive!

      First, A LOT of thanks needs to be said.  This is a conversion of updon719 Aspen table.  From what I can tell Alive and Aspen, are essentially the same table, with only a few different sound effects.   I was able to get the sounds from the machine from a few different youtube videos.  I did my best to edit out the background noise and table noises.  Luckily someone that owns the machine is going to eventually send me the sounds.

       

      Ok, moving on, I used some elements from the VP9 Alive! table, so I need to thank, Wrenchien the original creator,  dboyrecords who worked on the recreation,Stat, and Borgdog who are credited on the Aspen table.  I really started this just as a "test" as I'm trying to learn vpx, and teach myself some new photoshop skills (I have a very basic understanding of it).  I started just touching up the playfield, just messing around, and I really got into it, and decided to "attempt" the whole field.  It isn't the best, but when I loaded it into vpx, I said, "Ok, I may have something here!"  So I kept going.

       

      I'm a big Elvis fan, and I really enjoy the artwork of this, and figured I would upload this, and hope some people would enjoy it, and maybe update it more.  I also reskinned the Aspen Backglass to go along with the table. My final thanks goes to Brain Ryan who helped with adjusting the lights, updating the materials, color corrected the plastic so VPX will display them better,added some missing screws, ball and fipper shadows, custom color lookup and the pov.   However; I do my editing on my work computer, so the pov MAY have got a little screwed up again .  Here are the recommended pov: 0 8.2 50.8 270 0.884 1 1 -13 -3.2 -1630

      Included I have the backglass.  One last note, I have NO idea whats going on with the desktop version, as laylow sent me a message saying the background was still Aspen.  I put a new background in to match, but couldn't get the scoring to work, if someone wants to take a look at that.

      Enjoy!


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      #86280
       HauntFreaks 
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      who Brian Ryan?…. sounds like a cartoon character….LOL
      thanks man


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      #86296
       Kalavera3 
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      I congratulate you for your first table, 
      you can see it very well, thank you very 
      much for sharing it with us.
      #86297
       Kalavera3 
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      What they told him, that on a desktop the image 
      of Aspen is true. To modify it you should create 
      a new image, of Alive! and replace the one you 
      have in the table-image manager  menu, Aspen_
      backgroundnew by which you generate, 
      keep in mind how you will place the markers, 
      credits, etc.  :mail: 
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       STAT 
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      Thanks for the Update Man :good:

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