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Swedish Traditional 2   [2009]

Swedish Traditional 2 Released by :

Release Date :
30 July 2009

Type :
C64 Music

User rating:****______  4.3/10 (7 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Music .... Fredrik of Avatar

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User Comment
Submitted by NecroPolo on 5 August 2009
Bordeaux: As far as it seems, we sail under the same colurs :)

On your SIDding: It is wise to know our limitations - but useful to fully know the good sides of our wings to let them spread with confidence ;)

You're an alright composer yourself. Never worry about that. Being humble is a precious gift - just trust your competence as well ;)
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Submitted by Tim on 5 August 2009
Necro.. you are so right :)

So where the our posts come from..grin, well.. Jan posted a private talk we had on IRC actually, he should have posted the 2 following lines too, but being kind to me he obviously didn’t.. it does explain why I expressed myself like that.. Good thing I keep a log file too:

[02:48] <Bordeaux> quite easy for me to spot he's better then me, just not experienced
[02:48] <Bordeaux> i know my limitations
[02:48] <Bordeaux> :)

I have always tried motivating anyone I could find interested in sid fully knowing how complex it can be, and most don’t have the patience to stick with it.. so it really was a little \o/ moment I had to share with Jan since we were sid talking :)
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Submitted by NecroPolo on 5 August 2009
@Bordeaux: I agree with your irritation of pointless flaming towards Fredrik - but dude, you seriously mistake his own personal development with the '...influence' from here ;)

'Listened for once'? To what? Consistent flaming?

The shortened and straight-to-the-point message that this guy (at the beginning of the road) received here instead of constructive feedback most of the time, or so-called 'inspration' was like:


Downlooking just as like they were natural born coders / musicians / GFX guys, without development phases...

I don't mean you Bordeaux (& Jan) and a couple of others - but with that 'common' attitude, is this the right place where someone should get the inspiration to improve...?

Fredrik, man... I totally respect your attitude and determination. You have an old-school style that I like, too. Execution is not perfect at this phase, but there are good moments and you'll improve from tune to tune - by yourself.

Just do your thing your way and don't give a crap on what people say. Including me! :)
User Comment
Submitted by SIDWAVE on 2 August 2009
[02:46] <Bordeaux> oh wow
[02:46] <Bordeaux> Swedish Traditional 2
[02:46] <Bordeaux> fredrik listened for once!!!
[02:47] <Bordeaux> that guy is really motivated, it irritates me people on csdb moan so much
[02:47] <Bordeaux> i try to critic him somehow positively
[02:47] <JanH> clearly he improves, and works for it. he just needs to use a better music program
[02:48] <Bordeaux> oh yes
[02:48] <Bordeaux> and someone to teach him stuff
User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 1 August 2009
I know what you mean Bordeaux, thank you for the tip, i am greatful.
User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 1 August 2009
Fredrik, some notes come out terribly loud making it loose harmony.. maybe you'd like to play around with volume on some notes for future tunes.
User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 31 July 2009
i am waiting for the sidpacker to be fixed. That´s why is is $0800-$6321.
But the creator of the packer has promised to fix it. Then it is compatible with the windows Vista and Windows 7.
User Comment
Submitted by gorans on 31 July 2009
Sounds like a ingame tune for Stormlord III. :)

Like it.
User Comment
Submitted by Mactron on 31 July 2009
I don't know the swedish tradition but it sounds boring for me.
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