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General Category => GFX + Tunes => Topic started by: ComSoft6128 on 20:24, 17 April 22

Title: Looking for CPC music
Post by: ComSoft6128 on 20:24, 17 April 22
The early demo in the video below was a nice find today and as expeced it runs indefinitely.
So I'm looking for a suitable piece of CPC music to marry it with.
Any suggestions are welcome, and of course will be attributed to the original author/musician.


Title: Re: Looking for CPC music
Post by: norecess on 20:37, 17 April 22
The anim inside the circle is seriously amazing ; with some work, that would have been a killer effect in any demo !!
Title: Re: Looking for CPC music
Post by: ComSoft6128 on 20:56, 17 April 22
I agree 100%. 
I've looked at hundreds of small (mostly BASIC) demos and this one is up at the top.
Unfortunately there is no info available but I'm guessing late eighties or early nineties.
Title: Re: Looking for CPC music
Post by: Shining on 21:28, 17 April 22
I totally agree, looks very good. 

Why don't you choose a song by yourself?

Or for example: https://zxart.ee/eng/authors/n/nq/yanga-menu/
or https://zxart.ee/eng/authors/n/nq/toms-diner/

If you need help to add some music leave message  I'll be glad to help out;).
Title: Re: Looking for CPC music
Post by: eto on 22:13, 17 April 22
Really nice palette colour cycling. This will take ages to draw it in BASIC.
Title: Re: Looking for CPC music
Post by: ComSoft6128 on 08:27, 18 April 22
Quote from: Shining on 21:28, 17 April 22I totally agree, looks very good.

Why don't you choose a song by yourself?

Or for example: https://zxart.ee/eng/authors/n/nq/yanga-menu/
or https://zxart.ee/eng/authors/n/nq/toms-diner/

If you need help to add some music leave message  I'll be glad to help out;).
I'm trying to find CPC music with the right pacing - EG a 'bangin' pseudo dance track from a 90's demo doesn't quite fit.
In fact I would have selected your CPCAI but I've used it 3 or 4 times already.
Title: Re: Looking for CPC music
Post by: BSC on 12:27, 18 April 22
Quote from: ComSoft6128 on 08:27, 18 April 22I'm trying to find CPC music with the right pacing - EG a 'bangin' pseudo dance track from a 90's demo doesn't quite fit.
You could have a listen at some non-pseudo non-dance tracks by me from the 90s

https://www.cpc-power.com/index.php?page=detail&onglet=zicym&num=11771

And if there's anything you like, I can provide you with the suitable dsk.
Title: Re: Looking for CPC music
Post by: ComSoft6128 on 16:32, 18 April 22
Quote from: BSC on 12:27, 18 April 22
Quote from: ComSoft6128 on 08:27, 18 April 22I'm trying to find CPC music with the right pacing - EG a 'bangin' pseudo dance track from a 90's demo doesn't quite fit.
You could have a listen at some non-pseudo non-dance tracks by me from the 90s

https://www.cpc-power.com/index.php?page=detail&onglet=zicym&num=11771

And if there's anything you like, I can provide you with the suitable dsk.
Thanks for that :)

I've listened to them all now (11 & 24 are duplicates) and whittled it down to a shortlist of 11 tracks. If I have to choose one it would be no.44 - S Debris but would like, if possible, to record them all.  Does Soundtrakker have a playlist option or is there a player that does this?

Thanks again!
Title: Re: Looking for CPC music
Post by: m_dr_m on 12:26, 19 April 22
1/ The Great Gurianos. Great indeed and underrated.
2/ To promote the new wave of ay wave, any music from here: https://www.pouet.net/prodlist.php?type%5B%5D=musicdisk&platform%5B%5D=Amstrad+CPC&page=1 
Title: Re: Looking for CPC music
Post by: ComSoft6128 on 08:42, 29 April 22
ST128 Song Modules By BSC For SymBOS

This track is 'S Debris'.
The accompanying visual is Logball by an unknown author.

What I've done here is to record S Debris directly from the CPCPOWER
website and combine it with Logball running on a 6128.
Please note that if you use the first link below there are another 48 tracks to listen to.



Links:
https://www.cpc-power.com/index.php?page=detail&onglet=zicym&num=11771
https://www.cpcwiki.eu/index.php/BSC
https://www.cpcwiki.eu/index.php/SymbOS
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SymbOS

Logball:
https://www.cpc-power.com/index.php?page=detail&num=14679

Visual element not emulated - original hardware and software.
Please note that  the aspect ratio for this YouTube video is 16:9 but the CPC monitor

has an aspect ratio of 4:3 so you may wish to adjust your viewing device accordingly.

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