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New Scener   [2021]

New Scener Released by :

Release Date :
12 April 2021

Type :
C64 Music

User rating:*********_  9.4/10 (15 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... NoobTracker
Music .... NoobTracker

SIDs used in this release :
New Scener(/DEMOS/M-R/New_Scener.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/212052/newscener.d64 (downloads: 227)

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User Comment
Submitted by DeMOSic on 12 November 2021
@iAN CooG Sounds good then!
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 12 November 2021
The author already informed us and the sid is being patched next update.
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Submitted by DeMOSic on 12 November 2021
the sid in hvsc has the chip set as 6581. the Tune is meant to be played in 8580
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Submitted by DeMOSic on 22 September 2021
To answer @Oswald He actually didnt write a tracker in asm. He literally coded an entire driver and wrote all of the notes and that in asm. So. No tracker involved
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Submitted by TLF on 22 September 2021
Loves this!! Doesn't loop well after a couple of times?? Highly impressive though. Looking forward to what comes next!
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Submitted by et1999cc on 21 July 2021
This is very great! I like it =D
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Submitted by Yogibear on 30 May 2021
Contains some cool stuff!
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Submitted by NoobTracker on 15 April 2021
@Frantic the main point is that it looks funny when rendered with oscilloscope software - I am terrible at configuring it so it just bounced around when I tried to render absolute PW arpeggio (https://youtu.be/6IuQVkfPr6w?t=33 where the lead becomes an arpeggio) but I personally think that you can tell the difference between that weird absolute PW arpeggio and just a simple square wave arpeggio. Here is an unlisted video where you can hear (and see) the sound a little bit: https://youtu.be/hHaSEh72LX4
One of the reasons why I made my own player routine is that it can handle absolute PWM arpeggios, so it jumps between different PWM envelopes all the time. I don't think that common trackers allow that.
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Submitted by Frantic on 15 April 2021
@Noob: What is the point with Absolute PW? I'm not asking in some sort of ironic way (e.g. I am not "questioning" your choice to play around with absolute pw). It is rather a genuine question. What sort of effect is achieved by keeping one part of the PW constant? Is that effect hearable in some way for the listener?
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Submitted by Shmendric on 15 April 2021
Cool track, you can tell that you have talent :)
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Submitted by Shocker on 15 April 2021
Well, that fits pretty well, as I also live in the extreme west of NRW/Germany.

Lets meet to have a beer or a MüllerMilch Schoko, depending on your actual age.

In case we are going for a beer, please bring you identity card and let me know the phone number of your parents in advance!

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Submitted by NoobTracker on 14 April 2021
@Steel is it actually perfect? It's just a combination of my school english and Google Translate and I thought that the result would be similar to the scroller texts in old german demos - it's possible to understand them but you instantly notice that those guys aren't native english speakers at all.
Ich wohne im Westen von NRW, da kann ich schwer zum Beweis meines Alters mal bei dir anklopfen ...
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Submitted by F7sus4 on 13 April 2021
From what I see, he already has 3+ years experience in coding and various spectrum-analysis projects:

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Submitted by Steel on 13 April 2021
i agree this nice first release is really cool and has a Charles Deenen flavor within. if all your info is true and not some sort of hoax i would say: you are a very talented young man. but honestly i am suspicious. playing sherlock holmes the thing that bothers me the most is not your eventual abilities at age 13 in music and asm (other guys were almost your age in the 80ies) but a big questionmark for me probably is your pretty perfect english. i mean my son is 10 and i doubt he will be able to write such perfect english texts in 3 years.
ich hoffe das kränkt dich nicht falls ich falsch liege aber am Ende spielt dein Alter vielleicht auch keine Rolle. Aus welcher Stadt kommst du? Ich bin aus Frankfurt.
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Submitted by hedning on 13 April 2021
Yup. Very impressed! Welcome!
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Submitted by Aomeba on 13 April 2021
Wonderful debut, I enjoyed this! Just keep going, this beats whatever I was doing at the age of 13. Just looking at that stuff from my discs makes me go ehh..
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Submitted by Conrad on 13 April 2021
So great to see young ppl still making their own music routine for C64.
13? Man, you're a clever lad! I was just getting to grips of assmebly at that age, never mind write a music routine from scratch. :D Very nice job and let's hope you make more enthusiastic releases.
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Submitted by Flotsam on 13 April 2021
What everyone else said. I'm so impressed that I'll buy you a beer (5 years from now).
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Submitted by F7sus4 on 13 April 2021
Well, that's exactly how vibrato is handled in defMON, for example. I'd say this is interestingly good for a debut. Good work, keep it up.
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Submitted by NoobTracker on 13 April 2021
@youtH (sorry, forgot to answer) Well, my player doesn't have a dedicated vibrato command, you just define an instrument consisting of a pitch bend up and a pitch bend down ... it's pretty weird.
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Submitted by psych858o on 13 April 2021
So glad to see such young talents appearing on the scene! Welcome, enjoy and bring it on!
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Submitted by Dymo on 13 April 2021
Really nice scene-debut I must say... nice work :)
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Submitted by NoobTracker on 13 April 2021
Thank you very much, Oswald! :)
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Submitted by Oswald on 13 April 2021
holy fuck at 13 I couldnt wipe my own ass, not to write a whole tracker in asm :D
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Submitted by redcrab on 13 April 2021
Hah! I always wondered if this scene of ours will ever rejuvenate, and here comes the new generation already. -Hooray!
I checked your youtube-channel too and got impressed.
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Submitted by NoobTracker on 13 April 2021
@Jammer Thank you! (tbh, you are kinda my idol)
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Submitted by CreaMD on 13 April 2021
Epic arrange. Awesome debut. Felt some Karel Svoboda vibes in this one.
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Submitted by Jammer on 13 April 2021
Good luck in your endeavours and welcome to the scene! \o/
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Submitted by NoobTracker on 13 April 2021
@Jammer I'm that young, really.
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Submitted by DKT on 13 April 2021
Great debut, welcome :)
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Submitted by Youth on 13 April 2021
Really good stuff! Impressed with the orchestral style you chose for your debut. No beat, no repeating pattern, no octave bass, nothing I would expect in a first tune :) Only thing I would add is a little vibrato here and there.
Oh and like GH, this made me think of Charles Deenen, esp. Zamzara
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 13 April 2021
Welcome to the scene!
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Submitted by GH on 12 April 2021
Reminds me of the early days of Charles Deenen a bit..
Sweet theme!

What people don't come up with to do anonymous voting these days;)
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Submitted by PAL on 12 April 2021
I am blown away... What a bright shining light, what an entrance to the scene... WOW! Very impressed here...
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Submitted by hedning on 12 April 2021
Jammer: And you are quite immature for your age (thankfully). :D
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 12 April 2021
Wow, tune is definitely not terrible! Are you not kiddin' about the age? That's pretty mature work, gotta say :O
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