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FMSid Demosong   [2016]

FMSid Demosong Released by :
Ate Bit [web]

Release Date :
16 March 2016

Type :
C64 Music

User rating:**********  9.7/10 (19 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... 4-Mat of Ate Bit, Orb
Music .... 4-Mat of Ate Bit, Orb

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Submitted by hedning on 8 February 2018
I love this!
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Submitted by Akira on 5 July 2016
Finally got an x-pander and tried this out in conjunction with my 1541U-II, fantastic work 4mat! I might try to make some tunes for it :)
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Submitted by Hein on 26 March 2016
Wow. Got one of these SFX expanders in the basement, never thought of it as being interesting enough to try. But this proves me wrong.
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Submitted by Neo-Rio on 22 March 2016
Sounds incredible on real hardware. Looking forward to your other SFX expander releases so we can try those out too.
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Submitted by Max on 21 March 2016
AMAZING, just had it on on real HW and is impressive ;) look forward to more of this...
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Submitted by Carrion on 19 March 2016
really nice. the chords at the beginning reminded me of SNES music. So question, what specs this sound expander has?
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Submitted by celticdesign on 18 March 2016
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Submitted by PAL on 17 March 2016
It sound so cool and fat with the expander on - actually it do sound cool with both settings in a way.
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Submitted by Jammer on 17 March 2016
To introduce little bureaucracy here - I believe expanded music deserves proper category, like stereo SIDs.
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Submitted by Mermaid on 17 March 2016
Sounds fantastic both on the real thing and in Vice 2.4 <3 <3 <3

The Bogg style screen is a nice tribute, I remember reading Bogg's review of the SFX Expander + software + keyboard in Zzap!64 many years ago!
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Submitted by Xiny6581 on 17 March 2016
Sounds wicked sweet on real hardware including the SFX Expander.
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Submitted by Motion on 17 March 2016
Got it working in a newer ver. of VICE. Wow! BTW, I <3 the Bogg style screen! ;)
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Submitted by Motion on 17 March 2016
Sounds the same here with or without SFX Expander enabled. :( Still bloody good though!
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Submitted by psych on 17 March 2016
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Submitted by Mclane on 17 March 2016
OOps, didn't even mention 4Mat...Lovely work...
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Submitted by Mclane on 17 March 2016
Great to hear the SFX expander being used, had one in the day but now like my C64, all gone....So nice to get to hear a great tune and play with the expander again in Vice.
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Submitted by ilesj on 17 March 2016
Cool! Looking forward to some more music with this setup from you 4mat!

And then some Sound Expander clones or emulation in eg. 1541U :D
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Submitted by Jammer on 17 March 2016
*something :P Editing FTW \o/
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Submitted by Jammer on 17 March 2016
Awesome! Damn, 3SID + SFX Expander would be somethines, wouldn't it? ;)
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Submitted by Yogibear on 16 March 2016
Sounds amazing! Wow!
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Submitted by 4mat on 16 March 2016
In Vice go to Settings/Cartridge I/O Settings/SFX Sound Expander settings and click Enable.
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Submitted by PAL on 16 March 2016
the tune is nice in standard vice... it is like I must not set up some special settings or? because it sound real nice only starting the file too. PAL
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