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(304 replies, posted in Commodore Computers)

Same here, could never really figure out why it happened. Shift+N is the safer option in double trouble mode...

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(1 replies, posted in Releases)

Oh btw, if you're looking for other sizes and fittings (XL, female, etc) please get in touch with [email protected] because we're looking into that atm.

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(1 replies, posted in Releases)

Hey, me and PET.CORP did this shirt that has a QR-code that points you to a 23-track "pop" album that I made. It has lots of Chipspeech and lots of basic FM-stuff, so maybe it's not too off topic here?
https://shirbum.petcorp.org

You can also get a 15-track version without the shirt on Bandcamp, Shirbum Light.
https://goto8o.bandcamp.com/album/shirbum-light

...and btw, if you're looking for more PETSCII clothes, you might like PET.CORP's shop:
https://www.petcorp.org/shop/

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(304 replies, posted in Commodore Computers)

I'd say that the possibility to not even have any fixed instruments at all, is what gives defMON its spiritual power.

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(304 replies, posted in Commodore Computers)

Although it can get messy, it's perfectly possible to do these kinds of longer events in the sequences instead.
An advantage of that is also that you get encouraged to make the sounds more dynamic, instead of having static instruments.

Aye, so one of my favourite chip punk bands, Maniac Mansion, has released a split cassette with my old band Superdöner who also did some kind of bleepy döner punk about 15 years ago.

Check it out: https://dataairlines.bandcamp.com/album … er-data998

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(23 replies, posted in General Discussion)

I managed to find Bohus, iirc. I've got tracks from Lo-Bat as well. So yeah, this project is still going although it's delayed.
So still open for suggestions. smile

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(304 replies, posted in Commodore Computers)

LET'S SYNC EVERYTHING!

Not sure if 2SLEEP1 is what you call chiptune, but:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y82QTBM … hCFeTmBGSM

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(5 replies, posted in Releases)

thanks!

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(5 replies, posted in Releases)

100% C-64 with mostly electro/acid/funk kind of music.

http://www.goto80.com/floptrik

The audio is recordings of one song played on an old and a new SID-chip, panned left and right.

There's also dynamic remixes of the songs, and synchronized PETSCII-visuals, on a C64 disk image that comes with the download. (or on a floppy if you're lucky enough to find it on e.g bleep.com)

Stream & download: http://shop.cpurecords.net/album/floptrik

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(23 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Yeah, I hope he manages to find some tracks. Needless to say, many of the early LSDj songs have already been lost in züberspace. :I

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(23 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Good idea about archive.org, thanks!

I've gone through the first 2 years of the yahoo-list & trying to hunt down some of those people atm...

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(23 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Hey

I'm doing a compilation with music from the early days of LSDj. So I'm looking for songs from around 2000-2002.

Who do you remember that were active at that time? I've already listed some of the artists at https://chipflip.wordpress.com/2017/05/ … j-artists/ but if you have any more information that's much appreciated!

(The plan is to make a cassette/download release on protoDATA later this year)

Ok. Go!

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(22 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Uploading some here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3662382/cowp.zip

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(304 replies, posted in Commodore Computers)

Please note that people who use Super Commands have been denied entrance.