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Awesawme or Saw I Heard   [2020]

Awesawme or Saw I Heard Released by :
EXclusive ON, MultiStyle Labs [web], Samar Productions [web]

Release Date :
9 September 2020

Type :
C64 Music

Released At :
Filterless $21 Compo 2020

Achievements :
C64 Music Competition at Filterless $21 Compo 2020 :  #6

User rating:**********  9.5/10 (22 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Music .... Jammer of 1mandivision, EXclusive ON, MultiStyle Labs, PriorArt, Protovision, Samar Productions

SIDs used in this release :
Awesawme or Saw I Heard(/MUSICIANS/J/Jammer/Awesawme_or_Saw_I_Heard.sid)

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Submitted by TheRyk on 17 October 2020
sounds are impressive (hmhkey 4x speed), don't know what's missing but guess composition just ain't enough my cup of coffee to make this something to remember
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Submitted by psych on 10 October 2020
I’ve been coming back to this one quite few times within last couple of weeks. I like the lead and overall composition quite a lot. Well done Kamil!
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Submitted by Brush on 29 September 2020
I like it a lot. And yes, arps have a few Galway'ish moments (which is not bad in my book) and of course it wouldn't be Jammer without a bit of show-off on the sounds side aspecially by the end of the tune :)
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Submitted by chatGPZ on 23 September 2020
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Submitted by Digger on 12 September 2020
Amazing tune Kamil! <3 Also fantastic break down.
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Submitted by Frantic on 11 September 2020
Yes, also heard some pieces of Giana Sisters and Galway in there. Good work overall!
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Submitted by DKT on 11 September 2020
I love it. Great mix and sounds! IMO one of your best Jammer.
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Submitted by Isildur on 10 September 2020
This is awesome!
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Submitted by Eric Dobek on 10 September 2020
Hol' up. Is that some Great Giana Sisters I'm hearing in the intro? Either way, the part after the intro freakin' slaps! Nice job!
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Submitted by Båtsman on 10 September 2020
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Submitted by GH on 9 September 2020
Indeed it seems you put on a different jacket this time :D awesome composition and great sound design fitting the tune
the louder berserk part was cool but erm loud and my speakers looked very angry:D
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Submitted by Carrion on 9 September 2020
technically probably brilliant.
music wise sounds a bit Galaway'ish or Fred Grey'ish to me. which is good!
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Submitted by Frostbyte on 9 September 2020
WTF IS THIS I DON'T EVEN. I thought using samples and filter wasn't allowed? :P

Simply amazing sounds, and a very excellent composition too. My favourite from you from past couple of years, in fact. Straight up 10/10. <3
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Submitted by Flotsam on 9 September 2020
What is this sorcery and black magic? I was expecting some crazy shit like on 25hz and $11 compos, but this is beyond that.
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Submitted by Jammer on 9 September 2020
@F7sus4: Volume levels in $21 tune indeed seem kinda problematic for me. It's easy to make solo loud but tough to work out punchy transients in drum part. Most instruments have Decay 9 - after making it 8, they start to sound unattractive somehow. At least in this particular arrangement.
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Submitted by F7sus4 on 9 September 2020
So grainy it hertz, and teh volumes are of unoptimisationalessé, but leet melewdies, neckbreaking bone phazz, and unkle Fesus approves - especially teh part after 2:40. Powderful, danke you! 10/10.
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 9 September 2020
The title wordplay is enough for an upvote =) Luckily it's also a good tune, so I can't be labeled as a namevoter ;)
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Submitted by Joe on 9 September 2020
Amazing tricks. The tune goes along with such a nice melody from the chords playing. Really love the deconstruction in the end with heavy break-beat and industrial/mechanical part. Lovely!
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