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Filterless Single Channel Compo 2020

Event Type :
Standalone Compo

Dates :
1 November 2020 - 10 January 2021

Organizers :
Eric Dobek

Competition Results :

C64 Music
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Dude with Attitude by psych858oDownload9.710.0
2Inspector Ironbeard and the Snowblind Case by LinusDownload9.9
3Filterless Channel by psych858oDownload9.99.8
4Grandpa Only Went to Topless Beaches by LinusDownload9.8
5Opex One by The SyndromDownload9.710.0
6Unsinns-Maschine by FlotsamDownload9.4
7One Voice Matters Not by JammerDownload9.6
8Things Will Work Out by GHDownload
9Jóga Yodával by dalezyDownload9.6
10Single Channel Symphony by ZeHaDownload7.4
11Jack Voicebreaker by Warp 8Download
12Cordis Monophonous by freQvibezDownload
13M0n0melvin by Warp 8Download
14One Eno Eon by WazDownload5.8
15Modwheel Pitch Symphony by Stabile AltbautenDownload

Productions released outside compos :
198o AD by Raiders of the Lost Empire (Music)
Shortwaves (Music)

User Comment
Submitted by Eric Dobek on 18 January 2021
Alright everyone, here are the voting results at last:
1. Dude with Attitude, psych858o: 9.58
2. Inspector Ironbeard and the Snowblind Case, Linus: 9.54
3. Filterless Channel, psych858o: 9.46
4. Grandpa Only Went to Topless Beaches, Linus: 9.36
5. Opex One, The Syndrom: 8.45
6. Unsinns-Maschine, Flotsam: 8.30
7. One Voice Matters Not, Jammer: 8.091
8. Things Will Work Out, GH: 8.090
9. Jóga Yodával, dalezy: 8.00
10. Single Channel Symphony, ZeHa: 6.18
11. Jack Voicebreaker, Warp 8: 6.00
12. Cordis Monophonous, freQvibez: 5.80
13. M0n0melvin, Warp 8: 5.730
14. One Eno Eon, Padua: 5.727
15. Modwheel Pitch Symphony, Stabile Altbauten: 5.42
With all of the compo entries accounted for, psych858o is the winner! Congrats on winning this compo, and again, thank you to everyone that participated! Some of the entries were mindblowing, and hopefully we can do this again next New Year's! Stay safe everyone!

User Comment
Submitted by Eric Dobek on 11 January 2021
Alright everyone, here is the link to the voting sheet. Just be as honest as possible with the votes, and again you have until 23:59 CET on the 17th to submit your votes. A big thank you to everyone that participated!

User Comment
Submitted by GH on 10 January 2021
Thanks to all entries and people involved. Cheers!

User Comment
Submitted by freℚvibez on 1 January 2021
If you announced the prolongation of the deadline a wee bit earlier, I'd have had more time to arrange my tune properly, as for now I made a lot of ugly compromises to finish it in time, because of unrelated silvester preparations. ;)

User Comment
Submitted by Eric Dobek on 31 December 2020
Hello everyone, you may or may not notice that I have extended the deadline to the 10th, which was the original deadline for voting. This is because I can imagine you all will be busy with New Year's celebrations, and I really want you all to enjoy the New Year for some time. With the extension in mind, I will be extending voting until 23:59 CET January 17th.

User Comment
Submitted by Eric Dobek on 26 December 2020
Hello everyone,
Hope you all had a Merry Christmas! With a few days left until the deadline, I feel that there are enough entries for this compo such that the deadline will not be extended. A voting sheet will be released on New Year's Day, and you will have until 23:59 CET on January 10th to submit your votes. I want to give a big thank you to everyone who participated in this entry, as the entries have been astounding to say the least.

User Comment
Submitted by Eric Dobek on 4 December 2020
Yeah, "Use one channel throughout" would have been better wording. My apologies.

User Comment
Submitted by ZeHa on 4 December 2020
just a question about this particular rule:
"Only one channel can be used at a time. For example, if channel 3 is being used, channel 1 and channel 2 can't be used."

would that mean that a note on channel 1 could still fade out (through ADSR use) while a new note is triggered on a different channel? or why is it worded that way (instead of just saying "only use one channel throughout")

User Comment
Submitted by Steel on 3 December 2020
1:30 for a single channel at least might be the issue with this compo... other than that great idea

User Comment
Submitted by Eric Dobek on 30 November 2020
Due to low output from runnning concurrently with the Short Loop compo, the deadline has been extended throughout the month of December. A big thank you to those that have already submitted entries of their own, as they are pretty good. Can't wait to hear more!

User Comment
Submitted by ZeHa on 6 November 2020
nice idea :) had a similar one-channel-compo-idea already, but didn't pull it off yet. will probably take part in this one :)

User Comment
Submitted by Eric Dobek on 2 November 2020
Yes, absolutely. Just made the change now.

User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 2 November 2020
shouldn't it be coined Filterless _ONE_ Channel Compo 2020 if I got the rules right?

User Comment
Submitted by Eric Dobek on 1 November 2020
Hello everyone,
I'm back again, and here with yet another filterless compo. I may or may not do some rule changes again, so yeah. Here are the rules for this one (mostly similar to the Filterless $21 compo):
-Only one channel can be used at a time. For example, if channel 3 is being used, channel 1 and channel 2 can't be used.
-An entry must be at least 1:30 in length, and only 3 entries will be allowed per participant.
-You can go up to 16x for multispeed: no samples allowed.
-Use of the digi channel is not allowed.
-No multiSID.
-No covers allowed.
-Testbit and hard restart are allowed.
-$x0, $x1, $x2, and $x3 are the only waveforms allowed.
-Most importantly, don't use the filtertable!
Hopefully I won't have to change these rules and spam comments like I did last time so the comments will be much more palatable. With that, have fun!
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