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Romuzak Player V1   [1990]

Romuzak Player V1 Released by :
Digital Excess [web]

Release Date :

Type :
C64 Tool

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Music .... Dokmatik
  Nutt'67 of Masters of Reality
  Stefan Hartwig

SIDs used in this release :
Beer Factory (tune 5)(/MUSICIANS/A/Albert_Christoph/Beer_Factory_tune_5.sid)
Cool Croc Twins(/MUSICIANS/W/Wilson_Mark/Cool_Croc_Twins.sid)
Joy and Fear(/MUSICIANS/D/Dokmatik/Joy_and_Fear.sid)
Let's have Bach(/MUSICIANS/D/Dokmatik/Lets_Have_Bach.sid)
X-Ample Intro Architect (tune10)(/MUSICIANS/H/Hartwig_Stefan/X-Ample_Intro_Architect_tune_10.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/216988/Romuzak_Player_V1-DE.d64 (downloads: 24)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/217052/sb055821-676b06.d64 (downloads: 15)

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User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 25 August 2021
This is only causing a lot of confusion
Romuzak_Player_V1-DE.d64 contains, yes, a 1990 player, but the rest of the disk are test tunes, most probably from 1992-1994 by Dokmatik and Judy, and some Romuzak imports of someone's else tunes.
The added sb* disk also has nothing to do with the other, it's one of the DM PD disk filled with random Romuzak imported musics, which were multiple times refused for HVSC inclusion due to their ugliness, if not for being found as just mere imports of existing tunes.
User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 25 August 2021
I've uploaded another disk with the same player that has different tunes on the disk. It would be nice to know which tunes were officially released with this player, if any.

The disk I uploaded seems to be from Digital Marketing. Not sure if it is the original disk.
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 24 August 2021
And actually Digital Marketing was also run by (mostly) Sceners :)
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 24 August 2021
Obviously not, just an unfortunate lack of originality in naming =)
Digital Marketing was a publisher, an actual commercial firm, many sceners and groups published their games and demos through them.
User Comment
Submitted by Paladin on 24 August 2021
Digital Marketing=Digital Excess?
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