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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #225 on: 21:38, 13 September 18 »
Question: Do you make a remake of Ghost n ghost theme ?

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #226 on: 16:20, 15 September 18 »
I appreciate the comments guys, but I like my musics on here and I am not looking for "fortune and glory" with what I do. I enjoy converting Amiga/C64 tunes and if someone likes listening to them, then this is the place to go to get them! If someone else wants to post them somewhere else, then that's fine too! I think CPCPower & CPCRulez have a lot of the .dsk files I've posted here, so...

Question: Do you make a remake of Ghost n ghost theme ?
"Ghosts 'n' Goblins" yes, on page 6 (I think) of this thread. I am looking to convert the Amiga title tune for "Ghouls 'n' Ghosts" at some point, but it won't be until next year.
I still have two Hard(sound) Brexit volumes to complete before then! ^_^

Also, someone asked for "Uridium 2" title-tune after I uploaded the loader-tune, and it's something I've wanted to convert for a while, so I might do that at the same time as "Ghouls 'n' Ghosts"!
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THESE DAYS, most shops have wheelchair access, but once inside the shop, the needs of the disabled are all but forgotten. Whilst in my newsagents the other day, I realised how difficult it must be for someone in a wheelchair to purchase a top shelf magazine. They would have to ask someone to pass it down which would cause great embarrassment... Wouldn't it be a good idea if newsagents had a pneumatic ramp by the magazines to lift wheelchairs up to the top shelf. It could be fitted with flashing lights and a klaxon to warn other customers to keep clear of the mechanism when in operation.
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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #227 on: 18:07, 23 September 18 »
Got bored. Did this. Nothing special. Move on...






THESE DAYS, most shops have wheelchair access, but once inside the shop, the needs of the disabled are all but forgotten. Whilst in my newsagents the other day, I realised how difficult it must be for someone in a wheelchair to purchase a top shelf magazine. They would have to ask someone to pass it down which would cause great embarrassment... Wouldn't it be a good idea if newsagents had a pneumatic ramp by the magazines to lift wheelchairs up to the top shelf. It could be fitted with flashing lights and a klaxon to warn other customers to keep clear of the mechanism when in operation.
- Steve Dawson, e-mail

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #229 on: 13:38, 04 October 18 »
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EDIT: I think this was the "Triace & Rebb - Oxyre" music... but don't quote me on that!
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THESE DAYS, most shops have wheelchair access, but once inside the shop, the needs of the disabled are all but forgotten. Whilst in my newsagents the other day, I realised how difficult it must be for someone in a wheelchair to purchase a top shelf magazine. They would have to ask someone to pass it down which would cause great embarrassment... Wouldn't it be a good idea if newsagents had a pneumatic ramp by the magazines to lift wheelchairs up to the top shelf. It could be fitted with flashing lights and a klaxon to warn other customers to keep clear of the mechanism when in operation.
- Steve Dawson, e-mail

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #230 on: 18:18, 10 October 18 »
Why deleted ?

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #231 on: 22:17, 20 December 18 »
Here's a few HAWKEYE tunes from the C64 game (composed by Jeroen Tel of Maniacs Of Noise) with some recoloured graphics.
My last musicdisk of 2018.




EDIT: Ooops, forgot to mention that the original C64 graphics were donw by Jacco Van T'Riet & Arthur Van Jole.

EDIT: Also, Hard[sound] Brexit (Volume 3) THE LONG DARK KNIGHT OF THE SOUL is on Soundcloud! I will code it on CPC at some point... along with Volume 4 which features music by Jozz!

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THESE DAYS, most shops have wheelchair access, but once inside the shop, the needs of the disabled are all but forgotten. Whilst in my newsagents the other day, I realised how difficult it must be for someone in a wheelchair to purchase a top shelf magazine. They would have to ask someone to pass it down which would cause great embarrassment... Wouldn't it be a good idea if newsagents had a pneumatic ramp by the magazines to lift wheelchairs up to the top shelf. It could be fitted with flashing lights and a klaxon to warn other customers to keep clear of the mechanism when in operation.
- Steve Dawson, e-mail

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #232 on: 09:05, 21 December 18 »
Lovely stuff!

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #233 on: 17:29, 04 January 19 »
Hard[sound] Brexit (Volume 3) - The Long Dark Knight Of The Soul.
31 tunes in total (5 hidden)
Please enjoy if you can.



THESE DAYS, most shops have wheelchair access, but once inside the shop, the needs of the disabled are all but forgotten. Whilst in my newsagents the other day, I realised how difficult it must be for someone in a wheelchair to purchase a top shelf magazine. They would have to ask someone to pass it down which would cause great embarrassment... Wouldn't it be a good idea if newsagents had a pneumatic ramp by the magazines to lift wheelchairs up to the top shelf. It could be fitted with flashing lights and a klaxon to warn other customers to keep clear of the mechanism when in operation.
- Steve Dawson, e-mail

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #234 on: 17:44, 12 February 19 »
A tune or two from JOZZ (Ollie Doughty).




THESE DAYS, most shops have wheelchair access, but once inside the shop, the needs of the disabled are all but forgotten. Whilst in my newsagents the other day, I realised how difficult it must be for someone in a wheelchair to purchase a top shelf magazine. They would have to ask someone to pass it down which would cause great embarrassment... Wouldn't it be a good idea if newsagents had a pneumatic ramp by the magazines to lift wheelchairs up to the top shelf. It could be fitted with flashing lights and a klaxon to warn other customers to keep clear of the mechanism when in operation.
- Steve Dawson, e-mail

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #235 on: 18:07, 23 February 19 »
A tune or two from JOZZ (Ollie Doughty).
A tune of two... or 35! ^_^
THESE DAYS, most shops have wheelchair access, but once inside the shop, the needs of the disabled are all but forgotten. Whilst in my newsagents the other day, I realised how difficult it must be for someone in a wheelchair to purchase a top shelf magazine. They would have to ask someone to pass it down which would cause great embarrassment... Wouldn't it be a good idea if newsagents had a pneumatic ramp by the magazines to lift wheelchairs up to the top shelf. It could be fitted with flashing lights and a klaxon to warn other customers to keep clear of the mechanism when in operation.
- Steve Dawson, e-mail

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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #236 on: 15:29, 03 March 19 »
Here's something I have been working on for the past FIVE days!
My conversion of Esau/Traktor's .mod version of Jerry Goldsmith's "The Gremlin Rag" from the film "Gremlins".

However, I decided to add it to the GREMLINS ADVENTURE game (as I am a big adventure fan) and so it's attached here!
(The original C64 loading screen was pixelled by Teoman Irmak, recoloured on CPC by me!)



Also, if you don't like adventure games (or are too lazy to download and play the .dsk), then the soundtrack is here;

https://soundcloud.com/jonah-tasteful-mr-ship/esautraktor-the-gremlin-rag




THESE DAYS, most shops have wheelchair access, but once inside the shop, the needs of the disabled are all but forgotten. Whilst in my newsagents the other day, I realised how difficult it must be for someone in a wheelchair to purchase a top shelf magazine. They would have to ask someone to pass it down which would cause great embarrassment... Wouldn't it be a good idea if newsagents had a pneumatic ramp by the magazines to lift wheelchairs up to the top shelf. It could be fitted with flashing lights and a klaxon to warn other customers to keep clear of the mechanism when in operation.
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Re: WIP: Now That's What I Call Chip Tunes (WinAPE)
« Reply #237 on: 16:35, 07 May 19 »
Bomb Jack C64 Musics by Mark Cooksey (and some bloke called John Michael Jahre or whatever! Never heard of the bloke meself!)




THESE DAYS, most shops have wheelchair access, but once inside the shop, the needs of the disabled are all but forgotten. Whilst in my newsagents the other day, I realised how difficult it must be for someone in a wheelchair to purchase a top shelf magazine. They would have to ask someone to pass it down which would cause great embarrassment... Wouldn't it be a good idea if newsagents had a pneumatic ramp by the magazines to lift wheelchairs up to the top shelf. It could be fitted with flashing lights and a klaxon to warn other customers to keep clear of the mechanism when in operation.
- Steve Dawson, e-mail