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In a cave   [2009]

In a cave Released by :

Release Date :
26 June 2009

Type :
C64 Music

User rating:*****_____  4.7/10 (7 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Music .... Fredrik of Avatar

SIDs used in this release :
In a Cave(/MUSICIANS/F/Fredrik/In_a_Cave.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 30 June 2009
Geir \o/ Hahaha!
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Submitted by GT on 30 June 2009
At around 1:26 it's very similar to Rob Hubbard's famous bass line in Knucklebusters. And at 1:49 I sense an arpeggio similarity of David Whittaker's Defcom or Red Max. Very old-skool. You need a good amplifier to discover it. What's a pitty, though, is that Hubbard forgot all about using the trianglewaveform, which Fredrik has nicely made a demonstration of in this masterpiece.
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 29 June 2009
if yuo play at 2x in sidplay it sounds like the ice cream van coming round! me teh hungry nowaz!!
User Comment
Submitted by Jucke on 29 June 2009
Thanks Fredrik and Linus for supplying me with music for the next sidshow. Now we only need someone to code the game.
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 29 June 2009
sascha \o/ i dig the drum pattern ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 28 June 2009
@linus ROFLMAO :)
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Submitted by Cresh on 28 June 2009
bear cave

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Submitted by iAN CooG on 28 June 2009
@linus: HELL YEAH! this is some serious shit!1</Ed>
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Submitted by Linus on 28 June 2009
Look, I made a sequel.

Imagine to have beaten that spider only to realize nothing is going to change. You're still trapped inside that labyrinth like cave just to face your own demons over and over again. There is no one to rescue you. Ever.

User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 28 June 2009
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 27 June 2009
fredrik: we can change our mind anytime and delete them all btw. *g*
User Comment
Submitted by Burglar on 27 June 2009
like it lots! keep it up

and give the guy a dir already ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 27 June 2009
I did not know that, that every tune I make is coming into HVSC? But I think HVSC has a large server, so my files are not taking so much of their harddrive :)
User Comment
Submitted by hollowman on 27 June 2009
I really liked this one.
User Comment
Submitted by Matt on 27 June 2009
what oys said.
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Submitted by Tim on 27 June 2009
Hmm.. if Fredrik keeps sidding for a longer time i'm quite sure at some point he'll probably recognise this himself and request HVSC crew to move large parts to a seperate directory since he is rapidly improving.

Till that time some of us will enjoy seeing newcommer improvements, some won't.. for me: in my honnest opinion this track was better then many pre-86 tunes by others (which are also not in work directories).

User Comment
Submitted by Medicus on 27 June 2009
@oys: Was that comment so harsh? These kind of tunes you would find only in the "worktunes"-directory of hvsc.
User Comment
Submitted by oys on 27 June 2009
"Ofcourse, this was sarcasm because this is yet another piece of utter shite.

Have a nice weekend."

User Comment
Submitted by Medicus on 26 June 2009
Usually I like anything that sounds somewhat like a sid-tune, but ...
User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 26 June 2009
hmm, it's actually better then a 84 budget release to be honnest. 5/10 for me but promissing.

my ups:
not a budgy 84, but oh yes.. it would be perfect for a cheap aztec-challenge-rip-off-spider-level-game in an issue of magic disk/game on :)

my downs:
few notes are off for my ears + you could have fit this in 2 channels.
User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 26 June 2009
Yes, I am oldschool. And I like the oldschool sounds.
All the sounds in the sidchip is great. Oldschool or modern, whatever.
This tune could be in a lowprice c64-game from 1984 :)

User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 26 June 2009
Actually, i like this one. Somehow.

The instruments are grossly over-oldschool (some people may dig that) and some notes sound a little off
(i know a certain couple of brothers from sweden who might appreciate that though:)

All in all, i think you're progressing.You still got a way to go though.
User Comment
Submitted by Scout on 26 June 2009
I hear a bit of Jeroen Tel, Matt Gray and Reyn Ouwehand in this tune.
Oh...and a sniff of Richard Joseph.
Listening to this tune really wants me to be in a cave!

Fuck...you are really improving man!

Ofcourse, this was sarcasm because this is yet another piece of utter shite.

Have a nice weekend.
User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 26 June 2009
This tune could be in a 64-game, there you are in a cave with holes on the side. And 1:20 minutes into the sidtune, The spider comes out of one of the hole, and you must fight it.
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