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Raveloop14.xm   [2017]

Raveloop14.xm Released by :
Deetsay

Release Date :
7 October 2017

Type :
C64 Music

Released At :
Zoo 2017

Achievements :
C64 Music Competition at Zoo 2017 :  #11

User rating:*********_  9.1/10 (17 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Deetsay of Da Jormas, Dual Crew Shining, Nah-Kolor, Panic, Zymosis
Sampling .... Deetsay of Da Jormas, Dual Crew Shining, Nah-Kolor, Panic, Zymosis


SIDs used in this release :
Raveloop14.xm(/MUSICIANS/D/Deetsay/Raveloop14_xm.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/161640/RAVELOOP14.PRG (downloads: 413)

Look for downloads on external sites:
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User Comment
Submitted by LMan on 17 June 2021
Holy awesomeness! How could I miss this?
User Comment
Submitted by Flotsam on 10 June 2021
Wow.
User Comment
Submitted by Frantic on 10 June 2021
Thanks w4rp8 for pointing me here. I had missed this one. It is cool! Tero for the win! :D
User Comment
Submitted by w4rp8 on 10 June 2021
Impressive routine and track!
User Comment
Submitted by ChristopherJam on 29 January 2019
Ah, this is excellent. Nice write up in VN#67, too.
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 2 May 2018
How come it ended up with such rate? For whole ingenuity behind the playback it's a crime!
User Comment
Submitted by deetsay on 26 November 2017
The "Making of.." is featured in Vandalism News #67 !
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 14 October 2017
ahhh ze break beats <3
User Comment
Submitted by Apollyon on 14 October 2017
This is haaard, I like it! Reminds me of my own Fasttracker and Skaletracker experiments, perfect and confusing but recognizable name for the tune :)
User Comment
Submitted by Naku on 8 October 2017
mindblowing, awesome track <3
User Comment
Submitted by Digger on 8 October 2017
Increaudible! Amen loop still holds tight. Reminds me of my own FT2 experiments back in the days.
User Comment
Submitted by deetsay on 8 October 2017
Hehe sorry, the ".XM" in the name is a joke, I was just trying to come up with a provocative title for the compo..

It's all programmed and composed in assembler, I started working on it a few weeks ago after talking to you about modern love classics, actually, because you said there is no editor. ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 8 October 2017
So I assume original XM has to be composed in appropriate way to construct main loop data which mixes down majority of original channels?
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 8 October 2017
love this crazy SID revolution thats going on these years.
User Comment
Submitted by deetsay on 8 October 2017
I think there's only 8 channels used now (chord=3,bass,pwm-sound,blops,beeps and amen), but at this volume it's not distorting too bad yet. The SID ch3 waveform output doesn't have the envelope multiplied yet, so the sounds are pretty on/off... However, sync and ringmod are working (as proven)
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 8 October 2017
cool idea this approach
User Comment
Submitted by deetsay on 8 October 2017
THCM mixes 4 sample channels I guess? This is pretty different, there's a 40k loop that's playing, and stuff is mixed into the loop. Sounds can be mixed in from samples OR SID channel #3 :-). And the loop can be overwritten as well.

Using the Soundemon 8-bit sample player from codebase64, obviously.
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 8 October 2017
Dafuq? :D How does is compare to THCM technically?
User Comment
Submitted by deetsay on 8 October 2017
13.6kHz unlimited channels ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 8 October 2017
Wow, what are specs for the routine? :O
User Comment
Submitted by Isildur on 8 October 2017
Incredible!
User Comment
Submitted by Mixer on 8 October 2017
There is something really cool going on in this. Amen.
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