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Defmon &D   [2013]

Defmon &D Released by :
Genesis Project [web]

Release Date :
7 August 2013

Type :
C64 Crack

Hack n' Trade internal SID tracker

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

Credits :
Crack .... Zyron of Genesis Project, Nostalgia, Oxsid Planetary
Original Supply .... Sixx of Genesis Project, Up Rough
Linking .... Zyron of Genesis Project, Nostalgia, Oxsid Planetary

Intro used in this crack:
DownloadGenesis Project "PETSCII Skull Intro" by Genesis Project

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User Comment
Submitted by F7sus4 on 16 February 2019
After all these years, I have mixed feelings about this "stolen" tracker story. Also, seeing a "crack" while there was no copy protection in any of defMON legacy versions is misleading, to say the least.
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Submitted by Frantic on 26 January 2015
Latest version also offer support for the new sync hardware which offers DIN-sync, MIDI sync, Gameboy sync (LSDj and Nanoloop) and some sort of modular synth sync that I have to admit that I only have a vague idea about exactly what it is. Hardware made by scannerboy (see defmon thread on chip music.org for more info).
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Submitted by iLKke on 27 October 2014
Just a heads-up that newer versions can be grabbed from here:

Featuring stuff like 2sid support, bugfixes, limited sequence loops, packing as exe, etc
User Comment
Submitted by F7sus4 on 27 June 2014
My personal weapon of choice for C64 music. Love the new feature showing filter-usage points. However, the rasterbars have got somewhat eye-blowing. ;-)
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Submitted by Frantic on 10 June 2014
defMON wiki:
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Submitted by DKT on 9 June 2014
Goto80 & Raquel Meyers concert... Excellent, Excellent Stuff! Top music combination and great ASCII animation on the big screen. Love it \o/\o/\o/.
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Submitted by hedning on 20 November 2013
If you like defMON, but need a guide, check out ilkke's defMONing 101: A defMON Operator Field Guide.
User Comment
Submitted by iLKke on 14 November 2013
One tracker to rule them all, nothing comes close <3
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Submitted by Rayne on 10 August 2013
Played around a little bit in this editor yesterday and found out how to create instruments, arpeggios, set slide and detune and to set instruments and notes. Don't know if it's capable of other important features though :)
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Submitted by Akira on 9 August 2013
Reading people trying to figure this one out is like watching someone trying to fit into the bespoke suit of someone else :D
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Submitted by Thierry on 9 August 2013
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Submitted by Rayne on 9 August 2013
So many downloads in just 2 days, anyone figured out yet how it works and how it differs from usual trackers?
User Comment
Submitted by MagerValp on 8 August 2013
Check out the Goto 80 sids from the last few years and you should get a good idea.
User Comment
Submitted by Scarzix on 8 August 2013
Anyone knows how much rastertime the player takes and how much memory a tune takes up? I find that to be rather important if the results are going to be used. Anyone?
User Comment
Submitted by chatGPZ on 8 August 2013
the docs part very much reminds me about how i was introduced to jch-ed ... thumbs up!
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Submitted by Dr.j on 8 August 2013
Its nice to see (For me the first time here) a vid attach , to see how to use this proggy . nice work but i myself hooked by Cheese Cut 2.5 that got also a great FB support page
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 8 August 2013
The docs part made me smile a bit. Very oldschool. :)

Either Frantic or Goto80 starts talking or someone reverse engineers the whole thing.
User Comment
Submitted by Sixx on 8 August 2013
How to make Music on your Commodore 64: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1a5cHSVaQuM&feature=youtube_gda..
User Comment
Submitted by Urban Space Cowboy on 8 August 2013
The 'docs' are...URLs of Frantic and Goto80's entries here on CSDb? Seriously?!
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 7 August 2013
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Submitted by Thierry on 7 August 2013
Nice ONE!
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