The Amiga music closest to my heart is not the usual Hülsbeck tune everybody and their brother loves. It is not necessarily of any special quality either - it is stuff that (mostly) nobody ever heard, created with a program (almost) nobody ever heard of (MusicMaker V8), by someone nobody every heard of (humble me, unless otherwise indicated below or in the MP3 tags). Tunes that really take me back.
My very own favs, very proud:
A remix of Karsten Obarski's awesome tune for Crystal Hammer
Some further, lower quality tunes, nevertheless full of nostalgia for me:
Remixes from unknown sources (originally a mod, converted to and remixed with MM)
And my very first tune created in early 1987 with a text editor and a "sound compiler" (ie the great-great-grand-father of MusicMaker)
The MP3s were converted from WAVs which were created on an Amiga using a MusicMaker-2-PCM converter. All samples are original Amiga samples, no filters were applied. The Amiga sound was kept as authentic as possible.