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Master Composer   [1985]

Master Composer Released by :
International Cracking Group

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C64 Crack

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User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 19 October 2014
Replaced release with the complete release that includes the Musictranslator V1.2 tool which were spread together.
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Submitted by JackAsser on 27 November 2013
How awesome is MUSICIANS/K/Kleimeyer_Paul/Maniac.sid ?!? Perfect rendition using plain and simple waveforms without any fuss. Childhood memories... <3
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Submitted by bepp on 27 November 2013
Press H for Help screen :)
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Submitted by Flex on 14 October 2010
Thanks for the tips. To make it clear, I hardly ever have looked into that DEMOS/UNKNOWN folder before..
I was mainly after quality tracks / well-known composers that used this tool.
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Submitted by 4mat on 14 October 2010
Flex: another example is The Mighty Bogg used it for a lot of his releases.
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Submitted by McMeatLoaf on 13 October 2010
As you can see, it's so hard finding any credits for these old tunes that we have dedicated an entire folder in /DEMOS/UNKNOWN/ to them! :)
Edit: With a few exceptions, e.g. Bogg.
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Submitted by Inge on 13 October 2010
Flex: In HVSC look under MUSICIANS/K/Kleimeyer_Paul/ for a few nice tunes. Flashdance.sid and Maniac.sid are two quality examples.

You can also check out /DEMOS/Unknown/Master_Composer.
User Comment
Submitted by Flex on 13 October 2010
4Mat: you managed to get me interested... Please someone give me some good examples of tunes made with this one.
User Comment
Submitted by 4mat on 13 October 2010
For the time an absolute godsend having the player code built-in. (SYS 30120, remember?) A lot of early famous c64 tracks were written with it.
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