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FM-YAM Demo Casu Quo   [2017]

FM-YAM Demo Casu Quo Released by :
Xentax [web]

Release Date :
16 November 2017

Type :
C64 Music

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (2 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Mr. Mouse of Xentax
Music .... Mr. Mouse of Xentax
Graphics .... Shine of Arsenic, Delysid

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/162821/fm_yam_demo_cq_xentax.prg (downloads: 493)

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User Comment
Submitted by Mr. Mouse on 18 March 2018
@Hein: As you may have noticed, yes! And I shipped 100 of them last Friday :D
User Comment
Submitted by Hein on 6 December 2017
Great. Missed it before. Hope you get enough reservations to produce the FM-Yam cartridge.
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 17 November 2017
Sounds good!
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 16 November 2017
Love your tech and perfect fm/sid blend! Musical content is a bit of mixed bag imho but has great moments ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Mr. Mouse on 16 November 2017
FM-YAM is our SFXSE-based FM sound cartridge under development.

Since it is designed for the combination of SID and FM music channels, I needed a tune to test the balance of both chips.

I took my 20 year old tune CQ (Casu Quo) that I composed using Fasttracker 2, and re-composed it specifically for FM-YAM.

Tools used:
- Commodore 64 (Reloaded Mk1) with 8580 selected in SIDFX.
- Edlib (PC music tracker for Adlib)
- Goattracker (for SID channels)
- FM-YAM prototype cartridge (with YM3812 on board)
- My Edlib 2.01 music player code (see Vibrants FM for a copy).
- Relauch64 as IDE (for the demo)
- KickAss to compile (for the demo)

Check the YT video for the sound of the FM-YAM.

Better still, get the MP3 here:

You can play it using an emulator though, that suppors the SFX Sound Expander cartridge. Be sure to select the YM3812 chip.
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