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Timewarp Spheres [2sid]   [2020]

Timewarp Spheres [2sid] Released by :
Samar Productions [web]

Release Date :
31 July 2020

Type :
C64 Music

Website :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrcNu76wtsY

Released At :
25Hz Music Compo 2020

Achievements :
C64 Music Competition at 25Hz Music Compo 2020 :  #10

User rating:*********_  9/10 (24 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  9.4/10 (7 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Music .... F7sus4 of Samar Productions

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/201995/F7sus4-Timewarp_Spheres.prg (downloads: 157)

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User Comment
Submitted by F7sus4 on 5 August 2020
I guess I'm not into colonoscopy equally as much.
User Comment
Submitted by Shogoon on 5 August 2020
Btw, thank you for your vote;) I won't change my 9 for you cause I think your piece is great.
User Comment
Submitted by F7sus4 on 5 August 2020
@Shogoon: Indeed.
User Comment
Submitted by Shogoon on 5 August 2020
Maybe, but there is no melody in your piece, nor rhythm - there are chords and changing colours of sound. If your idea was to build a form on repeating chords they should create really strong musical statement, for me it's not enough. It;s only my opinion, I'm not an oracle;)
User Comment
Submitted by F7sus4 on 5 August 2020
@Shogoon: An assumption that the musical structure is by default "meant" to be based on progressions instead of repetitions is simply false in this case.
User Comment
Submitted by Shogoon on 4 August 2020
Original distorted soundscape, interesting harmonies. One thing - form of your piece develops on chord changes, and therefore i would like to hear more movement in harmony, with some sense of direction. In your piece chords are moving out and in, back to safe places. I know that you are more focused on sound, and the sound is really amazing.
User Comment
Submitted by Thunder.Bird on 4 August 2020
File! it under "6581 is still hero!"
User Comment
Submitted by spider-j on 3 August 2020
Awesome!
User Comment
Submitted by Slajerek on 2 August 2020
New Age of SID
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 2 August 2020
After first part it really starts to rock! Nice!
User Comment
Submitted by psych858o on 1 August 2020
This is soooo fresh. Amazing attention to the details. A lot of hard work and heart put into this. More please!
User Comment
Submitted by Isildur on 1 August 2020
Space trip...
User Comment
Submitted by DKT on 1 August 2020
Out of space.
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 1 August 2020
"6581R4AR is strongly recommended"
R4AR being fundamentally different to R3 is an urban legend, btw. They just all sound wildly different :)
User Comment
Submitted by OSC on 1 August 2020
Definitly a new league of impressive SID art here... brawo!
User Comment
Submitted by booker on 1 August 2020
very good release and obviously dethroning single SID entries with skilfully executed composition and sound design.
User Comment
Submitted by Xiny6581 on 1 August 2020
OH my SIDness! This was frikking awesome!
Lovely build up and then it explodes into heaven! :D
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 1 August 2020
Sweet!
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 1 August 2020
Oh! My! God! It really transcends what SID is supposed to sound like :O Gorgeous! And all that in 25Hz <3
User Comment
Submitted by F7sus4 on 1 August 2020
Due to significant discrepancies between SID 6581 filter curves, it becomes complicated to achieve compatibility required for music heavily based on filter usage, such as this one.

To reproduce the sound as intended, 6581R4AR is strongly recommended for playback on native C64 machine. In emulated environment, these are the suggested compatibility settings:

Vice 2.x:
- SID model: 6581R4AR 3789 (reSID-fp)

Vice 3.4+:
- 6581 (reSID), filter bias: -200

Please do not use SID 8580.

Alternatively, you can watch this YouTube video.
User Comment
Submitted by MacGyver on 1 August 2020
File? ;)
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