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5 Dimension Composer   [1990]

5 Dimension Composer Released by :
Pleite Geier

Release Date :

Type :
C64 Tool

5D Composer, Five Dimension Composer

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... Pleite Geier
Music .... Misfit
Graphics .... Sextone of Tritech, Tropic

SIDs used in this release :
5 Dimension Composer Demo Lied(/MUSICIANS/S/Sid_United_Artists/5_Dimension_Composer_Demo_Lied.sid)
Pleite Geier Intro(/MUSICIANS/S/Sid_United_Artists/Pleite_Geier_Intro.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 6 October 2013
5dim seems related to Soundmaker3/United Artists due to common code.
A-Man was member of Tropic and uses both editors. for example
Acid_Feelin.sid A-Man/5_Dimension
Acieed_Beat.sid SoundMaker_V3/UA

Intro scroller credits "misfit of tropic for the cool zaks", I have no idea of which "Misfit" they refer to but for sure there is none in Tropic memberlist. Added now. The intro tune is the infamous /DEMOS/UNKNOWN/Masses_Zak.sid but with a difference:
FIVE D. COMPOSER.intro.sid uses A-Man/5_Dimension player,
Masses_Zak.sid has SoundMaker_V4/Arne player. Data match but at different offsets. This intro version has a 2nd subtune anyway.

Also appears that Pleite Geier was a member of Tropic but released this as a solo project.

Anyway this couldn't be less than 1990 if Sextone was involved, check his activity and you'll see that this can't be from 1989 for sure.
User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 6 October 2013
Does anyone have info who made the music editor? A-Man was using the player already in 1989. Seems he was the first one using this player/editor. Could he have made the editor and player?
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