Started by Rhino, 04:11, 03 June 09
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Quote from: Rhino on 04:11, 03 June 09Hello I'm Rhino, the coder of an old Amiga demoscene group called Batman Group.At that time we did some demos for A500 like "Batman Vuelve" which can be viewed at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jaCgxYyhx4c After 14 years since our last demo we want to return to the scene with which it will probably be the best demo for 8 bits including Amstrad CPC and C64. The reason is that Amstrad was the machine where we learned to program and believe that is clearly undervalued. We want to do justice to our cherished machine. We have produced about 60% of the routines now, but we need the optimal source code support for play music and track disk access. We are not experts in these aspects of CPC programming and probably the best solution for this is already invented, if the source code are public domain, we appreciate those who help us find them, or if the author gives us permission to use and wishes be included in the credits of the demo. We also need to know what is the best way to compose music for the CPC, the best tools for this, we used always the classic Octamed in Amiga and we are a bit lost in CPC. Probably also need some graphic support, we accept suggestions from anyone who wants to participate in the project... We appreciated your help in advance. Thanks, Rhino.
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