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Noisy Pillars   [1987]

Noisy Pillars Released by :
Scoop

Release Date :
November 1987

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

User rating:*********_  8.7/10 (10 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Charles Deenen of Maniacs of Noise
Music .... Jeroen Tel of Hotline, Maniacs of Noise, The Artworx
Graphics .... Art of Scoop
  Charles Deenen of Maniacs of Noise
Text .... Charles Deenen of Maniacs of Noise
  Jeroen Tel of Hotline, Maniacs of Noise, The Artworx
  Mad All of Commando Frontier
Charset .... Charles Deenen of Maniacs of Noise


SIDs used in this release :
Noisy Pillars (tune 1)(/MUSICIANS/T/Tel_Jeroen/Noisy_Pillars_tune_1.sid)
Noisy Pillars (tune 2)(/MUSICIANS/T/Tel_Jeroen/Noisy_Pillars_tune_2.sid)
Noisy Pillars (tune 3)(/MUSICIANS/T/Tel_Jeroen/Noisy_Pillars_tune_3.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/8471/Noisy_Pillars.zip (downloads: 1902)

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User Comment
Submitted by Xiny6581 on 26 May 2015
Fred: Directly from the source.
User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 25 May 2015
@Xiny6581: Where did you get the V1509 info from?
User Comment
Submitted by Xiny6581 on 25 May 2015
Tune composed by JT in CD's FC routine
"Musicfile V1509"
"Programmed by Charles Deenen"
:)
User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 25 May 2015
How I read it is that he thanks for the music in advance and he regrets that it will not be ready before Saturday.
I wonder if TMC ever gave him a tune.
User Comment
Submitted by No-XS on 25 May 2015
@Fred : by your reasoning, isn't it more logical that the Noisy Pillars was released the Venlo meeting before the one in december? ie november? Since CD writes he has to finish the music, and the other guy writes that the music is already finished? :)
User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 25 May 2015
In the scroll text TMC mentions that Mad All/CFR is just 10 meters away from him and later in the scroll text Mad All writes a few lines. Also TMC mentions to him "I hope I finish the music for your demo soon.". Looks like they were both at the Venlo meenting while writing the text for Noisy Pillars.

In the demo Iron Maiden from Commando Frontier released at the Venlo Meeting from 19 December 1987 the scroll text mentions: "Hiya Charles, really loved Noisy Pillars, but give people what they want ... Another Scoop demo! Also biggy thanx for the music, a shame it won't be ready for Saturday!"

Seems to me that Noisy Pillars is released on 19 December 1987 at the Venlo meeting.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 25 May 2015
infact it couldn't be anything before november 1987, they mention VSP&IK+ in the scroller.
User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 25 May 2015
I wonder if the release month set to September by Rough is correct. Seems that the tune is used by other demos starting from December 1987.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 29 November 2013
correct, FC 1.0 is built around this specific tune's player. CD made many different ones anyway
http://csdb.dk/release/?id=10604&show=notes#notes
User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 29 November 2013
Well, at least Future Composer is based on CD/MoN's player.
User Comment
Submitted by theWizard on 29 November 2013
i seen a future composer that came with noisy pillars as the default tune mate. so saying yes to that question.
User Comment
Submitted by Flex on 8 July 2011
Nice one. Does anybody know for sure if Future Composer-routine was the one as in Noisy Pillars. At least these tunes give me FC feelings.. :-)
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