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Yet Bigger Beat [2sid]   [2012]

Yet Bigger Beat [2sid] Released by :
EXclusive ON [web], MultiStyle Labs [web], Samar Productions [web]

Release Date :
30 June 2012

Type :
C64 Music

Yet Bigger Beat [stereo]

Released At :
Silesia Party 6

Achievements :
C64 2SID Competition at Silesia Party 6 :  #3

User rating:*********_  9.3/10 (8 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Music .... Jammer of 1mandivision, EXclusive ON, MultiStyle Labs, Samar Productions

SIDs used in this release :
Yet Bigger Beat(/MUSICIANS/J/Jammer/Yet_Bigger_Beat_2SID.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by LMan on 8 April 2015
Seriously underrated masterpiece.
User Comment
Submitted by DKT on 12 February 2015
WOW! I'm shocked!
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Submitted by xIII on 22 December 2013
OMFG !! Totally amazing tune !
Is this C64 ?
KIEKEVEL !! (Goosebumps according to Google Translate)
User Comment
Submitted by andym00 on 25 November 2012
Oh wow! That sounds utterly awesome =)
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Submitted by Motion on 20 November 2012
A seriously impressive & powerful audio assault. Fantastyczny! ;)
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Submitted by booker on 25 July 2012
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Submitted by Jammer on 4 July 2012
You care? Cause I don't ;)
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Submitted by Conrad on 4 July 2012
I don't understand why an anonymous would idiotically vote this 1. Not as if it's the worst SID ever, Jammer or not.
User Comment
Submitted by Conrad on 3 July 2012
Raf has a point there. Also, the GT player seems to write to SID registers AFTER all the track/pattern/buffer logic is processed, which consumes variable CPU time. Preferably I would write the resulting SID register values FIRST, and using ghost-registers is the only way to achieve that... unless you recompile GT source code with your own changes.

@Ian_Coog: I had the same sort of problem when I released "Midnight Cruise", and ended up writing dirty code to use the 2nd SID registers as ghost registers, and write it away at a completely absurd rasterline position. Then again, that was 2008, when emulation was still poor! :)

Anyway, great work Kamil! :) Not your best 2SID, but I know you didn't have a lot of time anyway. I'm just glad you participated again in a 2SID compo!
User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 2 July 2012
Jammer, maybe turning off the screen could help with quality as bad lines (cpu halts) would not occur
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Submitted by Jammer on 2 July 2012
FATFrost: Maybe You've listened to it with one sid ;)
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Submitted by FATFrost on 1 July 2012
Jeez, I have trouble just typing in notes.....!!! ;(
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Submitted by Jammer on 1 July 2012
It happens that Goat tunes suffer from serious issues when placed in wrong line ;) I assume it applies also to stereo GT. Delayed sid writing was recommended by Cadaver himself. From 2.72 Goat has implemented alternative pipeline for playback, still I have delay implemented in my executable template. ;)
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 1 July 2012
Impressive. Use $D420 as 2nd sid address.
Technical Q to Jammer: was there really a reason to use delayed sidwrites, as it first writes both shadow sid regs to $6000-$6038 then transfers $6000 to $d400 prior to calling another time $1003. Would sound worse/too different to write directly to sid regs?
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