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Embukyaku [fm-yam]   [2021]

Embukyaku [fm-yam] Released by :
Atlantis [web], MultiStyle Labs [web], Pretzel Logic [web]

Release Date :
27 February 2021

Type :
C64 Music

Released At :
BCC Party #15

Achievements :
WiLD Demo Competition at BCC Party #15 :  #1

User rating:**********  9.5/10 (15 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Music .... Mibri of Atlantis, MultiStyle Labs, Proxima
Graphics .... Mikael of Pretzel Logic
Directory Art .... Lobo of Atlantis, Onslaught, Protovision

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User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 18 October 2021
Excellent... and what a great picture as well!
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Submitted by Yogibear on 15 August 2021
Pretty cool!
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Submitted by Thunder.Bird on 9 April 2021
Listening to that composition lets me dream about playing such "Streets of Rage" / "Bare Knuckle" battle games on C64.
Really good part around 2:00 which seems total the same instrument set like Yuzo Koshiro used once.
Awesome in any way: composing / rearranging / using totally obsolete tools (on YM-side).
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 1 March 2021
cool to have some excellent new FM-YAM food :)
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Submitted by Mclane on 28 February 2021
Really nice production in every way, music is great but I also think the piano's are too loud, but hey, its your tune, you do as you like :)

Ah the days when I had a real sound expander cart and the sound sampler..

Feebay prices...Nah....
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 28 February 2021
Combination of greatest talents always pays off <3
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Submitted by Mibri on 28 February 2021
Thanks a lot JCH! Actually, Jammer said the same thing about the pianos! I did spend some time checking the mix on a few different setups, and I found that sometimes the pianos just weren't cutting through enough for my liking. So think of it as a character flaw - a little bit of heavy-handed lameness to remind everyone of the composer... :D
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Submitted by JCH on 28 February 2021
Musically excellent. =)

If anything, I think the FM chords are a little too loud, they are very dominating.
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Submitted by KAL_123 on 28 February 2021
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Submitted by Dymo on 28 February 2021
Cool stuff :)
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Submitted by Honcho on 28 February 2021
Amazing tune!! And the gfx is a stunner too! :)
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Submitted by Isildur on 28 February 2021
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Submitted by Mibri on 28 February 2021
This is a tune for C64 with 8580 SID and the FM-YAM cartridge, inspired by Yuzo Koshiro's amazing music for Sega's Streets of Rage games. Three regular 1x speed SID channels are combined with six FM (YM3812/OPL2) channels. I used GoatTracker to compose the SID sounds and EdLib (an MS-DOS tool by JCH/Vibrants) to compose the FM sounds.

This tune can be played in VICE as long as you have 8580 selected in SID settings and SFX Sound Expander (YM3812) enabled.

A real hardware recording can be heard here: https://soundcloud.com/mibric64/embukyaku
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