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Future Composer V1.0   [1988]

Future Composer V1.0 Released by :
Finnish Gold

Release Date :
20 June 1988

Type :
C64 Tool

FCS's Future Composer no: 00.18 v1.0

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (2 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Charles Deenen of Maniacs of Noise
  Finland Cracking Service of Finnish Gold
Music .... Jeroen Tel of Maniacs of Noise
  Rock of Finnish Gold
Idea .... Gallstone of Finnish Gold
  Rock of Finnish Gold
Docs .... Finland Cracking Service of Finnish Gold

SIDs used in this release :
D.Y.S.P.I.D.C.E. (part 2)(/MUSICIANS/R/Rock/D_Y_S_P_I_D_C_E_part_2.sid)
Future Composer 1 (tune 3)(/MUSICIANS/R/Rock/Future_Composer_1_tune_3.sid)
Noisy Pillars (tune 1)(/MUSICIANS/T/Tel_Jeroen/Noisy_Pillars_tune_1.sid)

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Production Info
Submitted by lemming on 21 September 2010
My bro's memory must've been gone while writing that note :) no other versions of Future Composer have ever been released.

What he wrote is true for WE Music Editor, FCS had been a member of FIG a long time before the concept of Future Composer was even realized.

Originally FCS, Rock and Gallstone wanted to create a composer for Rob Hubbard's routine, and having discovered and hacked into a tune included in a crack-intro of Lawn Tennis - a tune which was unknown to us by that time but eventually turned out to be Noisy Pillars by MON - we all thought it actually WAS Hubbard's routine and the work on Future Composer was started.
(if course it didn't take long to discover it wasn't Hubbard but MON :)

Both JT and CD threatened with lawsuits if further versions were released, Gallstone and I still have the letters they sent on paper.
That's why there never were any other released versions of Future Composer from Finnish Gold.
Production Info
Submitted by FCS on 28 September 2007
(First version was released under the name FCS, but FCS later joined FIG and the later versions were released under FIG.)

Update 2012: As Lemming wrote, the above is true about We-music editor. Future Composer 1.0 was the only Future Composer that I made.
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