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Mathematica   [1995]

Mathematica Released by :
Reflex [web]

Release Date :
29 December 1995

Type :
C64 Demo

Website :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zsd0RbD_7ac

Released At :
The Party 1995

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at The Party 1995 :  #1

User rating:*********_  9.1/10 (76 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  9.1/10 (40 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Guru of Reflex
  kb of Smash Designs, The Obsessed Maniacs
  Quiss of Reflex
  Zorc of Reflex
Music .... PVCF of Reflex
Graphics .... Felidae of Reflex
  PVT of Reflex


SIDs used in this release :
Mathematica (tune 1)(/MUSICIANS/P/PVCF/Mathematica_tune_1_6581.sid)
Mathematica (tune 1)(/MUSICIANS/P/PVCF/Mathematica_tune_1_8580.sid)
Mathematica (tune 2)(/MUSICIANS/P/PVCF/Mathematica_tune_2.sid)
Mathematica (tune 3)(/MUSICIANS/P/PVCF/Mathematica_tune_3.sid)

Download :
http://c64.ch/demos/download.php?id=33 (downloads: 2802)
ftp://ftp.padua.org/pub/c64/Demos/pal/reflex/mathematica.zip (downloads: 1444)
http://www.demodungeon.com/zip/reflex_mathematica.zip (downloads: 993)
ftp://ftp.scs-trc.net/pub/c64/Demos/pal/r/Reflex[Germany]/Mathematical.zip (downloads: 773)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/59951/reflex_mathematica.zip (downloads: 497)

Look for downloads on external sites:
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User Comment
Submitted by JAC on 13 March 2012
Wow. I just saw it today for the first time. The effects are so incredibly fast and the music so geil - so geil.
User Comment
Submitted by Cobra/Samar on 10 February 2010
My favourite demo.
Old but very good music,code,design etc. RESPECT!
User Comment
Submitted by pvcf on 24 December 2009
ah, you were the guilty man which was responsible for this Peter Van Conken Fonken in hvsc ;) nice work, it took me much time and effort to get this out of hvsc ^^ ;)
and always be patient and look for new reflex stuff 8) (hint hint hint, hehe )
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 19 December 2009
me and kenz/bzpd used to wonder who pvcf was and pondered the initials, i came up with 'Peter Van Conken Fonken' as i thought he was dutch... but er i see he iz ze german... :) Great werk and i will always miss the time when this demo and all reflex stuff came out as it was so different from eberything else and had a great mistery feel to all prods!! waaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh! i neeed mooRRRR REFLEX PRODZ!!! :(
User Comment
Submitted by pvcf on 13 March 2009
piuuuh... i don't know what i should say... many thanx for your comments!!
we worked over one year on this trackmo, the intro took us 2 years. at the party during showing the demo the crowd yells so loud that nobody was able to hear the music ;) but they showed the demo later again and i was absolut impressed as i saw two or three visitors dancing on the tables to parts of 2nd music (the part with 'nordic' style). i still have them on a videotape somewhere, hehe. good old times...
User Comment
Submitted by Mace on 28 April 2008
Holy crap, I never saw this one before.
Very cool, especially since it dates from 1995.
User Comment
Submitted by Shadow on 28 April 2008
I saw this in '96 or so after not following the C64 scene for four years or so. I was absolutely blown away with the PC style effects, it was just a total revelation to see that rotating tunnels etc. could be done on the C64.
A classic!
User Comment
Submitted by Stan on 1 March 2008
Never was a big fan of PVCF,but Tune No. 2 in addition with the demo really rocks. After all, great shit dudes!
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 27 November 2007
it still has one of the best (if not the best :P) logos i've ever seen in the initial credits part ;)
User Comment
Submitted by pyksy on 2 November 2007
Still has the best doompart on c64
User Comment
Submitted by Sixx/G★P on 11 May 2007
Top notch shit.
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 10 May 2007
Automan! You Autoboy! ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Frantic on 9 May 2007
The logo also looks a lot like the logo for the TV series Automan. :)
User Comment
Submitted by Burglar on 9 May 2007
Jawdropping at the time, and it still is really really cool. Exceptional soundtrack.
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 22 October 2006
It's a bit scary how time flies.
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 22 October 2006
I'm just realising this demo is 11 years old. oh boy, newschool became pretty old by now :D
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 28 September 2006
I remember the crowd at TP5 going wild when this was shown.
User Comment
Submitted by Valsary on 28 September 2006
Remember some demo-parites where PC freaks couldn't believe that this is possible with c64! They were totally shocked!
User Comment
Submitted by Jailbird on 8 September 2006
The music is way out from my taste-range, but all in all a very cool, well synced, fast, technically-orientated demo based on really scary effects (at least they seem so, for me)! I almost pissed in my pants when seeing this one for the first time!
Always reminded me a bit of Tower Power 100%, dunno why...
User Comment
Submitted by ptoing on 16 August 2006
Very nice demo, esp for being over 10 years old. Top stuff.
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 4 February 2006
"PVCF is probably did probably"?? Don't you read what you've written before hitting Confirm? ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Intensity on 4 February 2006
Neat Effects! PVCF is probably did probably the most entertaining techno-influenced music on the C64, beside Wacek of course. Thumbs up!
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 3 February 2006
I remember seeing this in the compo at TP5 & how stunned I was.. A great improvement compared to their demos Cafe Odd & Access Denied.
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 3 February 2006
back in 96 this was the hottest shit, we showed it to every pc freak. this demo has a lots of innovations, thats considered boring since then. but back then even pc dudes wetted their pants while watching it :)
User Comment
Submitted by Steppe on 24 December 2005
I talked with PVCF about this and he confirmed that there's a SID autodetector at the beginning of the demo that tweaks the first tune to sound good on both chips. Tunes 2 and 3 were not affected by this and are meant to be heard on the 8580.
User Comment
Submitted by peskanov on 24 December 2005
That should explain it; however I had a new sid c64 back then and I remenber the music sounding better in an old c64c with 6581...Who knows.
I will try to find a new sid c64, PVCF music is worth the effort!
User Comment
Submitted by Nafcom on 24 December 2005
about PVCF: As you can see in the interview we did with him for Scene World, he used a 8580 to compose all his tunes, that's why they do not sound good on 6581 SIDs...
User Comment
Submitted by V-12 on 23 December 2005
One of the really best demos ever with one of the best soundtracks! I wish to see demos like this one nowadays...
User Comment
Submitted by peskanov on 23 December 2005
Top stuff. Quiss and Guru set the standard soooo high...
The music only seems to shine on a few 6581 revisions, probably a filter related problem.
User Comment
Submitted by tempest on 27 October 2005
One of the worst demosoundtracks ever. PVCF was weak. Otherwise a nice demo.
User Comment
Submitted by Freedom on 6 January 2005
Really cool demo! The part I like more is the one called "Inside Thorus". The music is neat too!
User Comment
Submitted by WG on 21 July 2004
Nice design, funky music, yeah, I like it.
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