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A lot of people are asking me about the Delta music. Originally this music was remixed only for the “Seed 64” CD compilation which contains a lot of the most Famous Commodore 64 tunes.
This music have been used thousand times for illustrating videos on youtube since it’s freely downloadable on Seed 64. This music have also been remixed by LTR. You can find some of his stuff on Youtube too. It has also became a Minecraft background music.
If you want to download the original version you can visit http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Moonove/Seed64/Various_Artists__seed64__06 or you can check out this previous post : Sid Remixes in which i remixed some of the most famous c64 tunes.
It’s really funny. I was surfing on YouTube and i found this videogame for which i made the musics. It’s quite funny to hear that now :) It was in 2002.
I have rather mixed memories of achieving soundtrack of this game;). I have done more than 31 music in 3 months. At that time I was working already in full tim web agency. I was then making only music in the evening.
The music has been made using Logic Audio 5.5.1. Sounds from a Korg Triton EXB PCM02 Expansion Card: Studio Essentials for all orchestral sounds.
You can download the whole bunch of musics by clicking here. Be careful. They are in .mod format made on Amiga. Your player may not replay it correctly. You’d better use deliplayer or Fmod.
You can also listen to the musics on a dedicated youtube Channel
What else to say :) Happy new year to you all music lovers.
I’ve been really silent for the following months. Life come and goes but i still have things to “play”. I’ve even loaded the last version of Ableton live ;). Anywasy still looking for Bitwig studio.
Anyway. I really wish you all a really happy 2013.
Last week we’ve recorded another episode of “Ici et maintenant” show featuring Audiomonster & Kaneel to discuss about the main and most important musics that made “demoscene history”.
Audiomonster speaks about his experience in the demoscene and videogame industry.
We took some of the most famous demoscene music to illustrate how music evolved and how musicians influenced the demos.
French only sorry.