I'm afraid I have no idea about those matters, they took our material and they do with it whatever they please. I was just an author and now it kinda lives its own life, You know.

Hi.

I have literally not a penny from it.
But - ZX Spectrum is the best and the most important smile so here it is - our book in English version.

amazon (worldwide)
https://www.amazon.com/Spectrum-Demosce … 8323348626

bonito (supposedly only Europe)
https://bonito.pl/k-589476517-zx-spectrum-demoscene

and

from the publisher - The Publishing House of Jagiellonian University:
https://wuj.pl/ksiazka/zx-spectrum-demoscene


Enjoy!!!
Yerz

Hey,
thx mate!
Well, I don't know much about Youtube matters, I just uploaded the video, but still - the scroll might be hard to read due to original ZX refreshing rate VS pc's refreshing rate, I dunno, to be honest.
All the best,
Y

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(42 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Yeah, why not man.
https://yerzmyey.bandcamp.com/
Good luck with the project!
Greetz,
Y

Yo,

It's "The Lost Party Invitro 2019" by HOOY-PROGRAM & Piesiu. Musi by Yerzmyey, code by Hellboi.

It's a ZX Spectrum cover of Beethoven's Symphony No 5 in C minor, Op 67 (fragment). :-P

Made with ZX Spectrum 48K + AY-interface.

I made this from hearing; sorry about that. :-P

The prog works on ZX Spectrum 48K with AY-interface.

Tfarde diho rulez.

the PROG:
https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=80707

YOUTUBE:
https://youtu.be/FQYkwnTNQMk

SONG:
https://chipmusic.org/YERZMYEY/music/be … pectrum--p

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(2 replies, posted in Releases)

Thx a lot. smile

PS: Pixel makes also some cool retro video stuff like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIH9dSz … ixelNation and others.

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(2 replies, posted in Releases)

Yo!

PixelNation has made for me a new chiptune videoclip NES / Famicom.
https://youtu.be/hd7CbfO0Eu8

Greetzzzzzz & enjoy!
Y

Heyyyyyyyyyy, thx a lot.
Yeah, the ZX material was from various periods of time, and the NES / Famicom material was new.
Finally probably will go into some album. :->
All the besssssssssssssssst,
Yerz

Hi!

More videos here! :-) From NES/Famicom this time, too! ;-)

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(1,051 replies, posted in Graphics, Artwork & Design)

Hi.

"A non-complete fish", 1999
15 colours, 256x192 pixels.

Hi therrrrrrrrrrrrrrre.

On 14.07.2018, at the Warsaw event FamiCON 2018, we played with Pinokio a chiptune concert using NES/FamiCom console, ZX Spectrum, Atari 130XE, drums and synths.


There are some small fragments on the Net, so just to let You know we're not entirely dead:


Some photos are here: http://yerzmyey.i-demo.pl/FAMICON10-kon … o-2018.zip



Enjoy & all the best for You all.

PS: Pinokio's son Lambert helped us with mixing (thx).

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(5 replies, posted in Releases)

Thanks a lot. smile
Well, funnily enough - I was thinking about getting the Pi Zero too. smile
Who knows, maybe I will manage. wink Playing concerts from such a tiny thing might be interesting. wink
Anyway - if You have anything made with Your Pi - let us know!! big_smile
Regards.

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(5 replies, posted in Releases)

Hey guyz,
thx so much!

Well, I really can recommend the MilkyTracker. Of course one has to prepare samples on another computer (PC?) or has to use some downloaded collection, but entire composing process can be easily done on the RPi.

For the newest Raspbian system in the Raspberry Pi 3 downloading and installing would be like this:
Preferences / Add - Remove Software / now search for "milky" word & install the prog.

For the Pi 2 and old Raspbian - there is a problem as those f*ckers closed the Pi Shop (or however it was called back then, I can't remember now).

My friend from Atari 8bit scene - thePink - says that instead one should use the "apt get" command or something like that.

As for the samples, my favourite portal was the Music Radar:
http://www.musicradar.com/news/tech/fre … tis-627820
It's also cool for Atari ST and Amiga dudez who look for cool samples for to use in their MODs. Of course in this case the converting into 8bit/mono would be required.

I hope that helps! big_smile

Greetzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz,
Y

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(5 replies, posted in Releases)

Hi guys.

The Raspberry Pi sounds good too. wink

https://yerzmyey.bandcamp.com/album/rpi-zwei

YERZMYEY - RPi ZWEI

01 RPi Zwei
02 Ursula (part 2)
03 Alien encounter
04 Wake Hime
05 Digital Garbage RPi's Remix

TT: 19:15 min.

This album has been made on Raspberry Pi 2.
Also, it has been recorded entirely & directly from the machine.

The RPi's sound is being generated by the Broadcom BCM2835 chip (for the 1st model of RPi) and by Broadcom BCM2836 chip (in the 2nd model RPi), so it's resolved somewhat like in ZX Spectrum: the sound is being generated by CPU.

They say it works with 11 bit quality. It's not an actual DAC, it is a digital PWM module (gives a 'pulse width modulated' signal) working with frequency around 40MHz and it is low-pass-filtered.
The original Pi sound is warm'n'soft; doesn't remind thousands of razors.

Some people claim RPi isn't good for music.
They are WRONG.


(C) 2018 by YERZ
Original ATARI 2600 song "Digital Garbage" by Bitpusher2600.


WWW sites:
RPi portal: https://www.raspberrypi.org/
Bitpusher2600's portal: http://www.bitpusher2600.net/

YERZMYEY:
http://yerzmyey.i-demo.pl/
https://yerzmyey.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/yerzmyey
https://www.youtube.com/user/yerzmyey

Thx guys, I'll let You know. smile
Kind regardssssssssss,
Y

Hey, wassup.
Sadly for now we have only very raw material video (like this smile https://youtu.be/07tLnLw10ww when the guy walks with the camera everywhere) but later we expect to have some well-done final mix audio/video.
I will post it here when it's ready.
All the best smile
Y