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Music Demo 2   [1989]

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C64 Music Collection

Music Demo II

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Credits :
Code .... Stein Pedersen of Prosonix
Music .... Lars Hoff of Prosonix
  Ole Marius Pettersen of Panoramic Designs, Prosonix
  Stein Pedersen of Prosonix
Graphics .... Ole Marius Pettersen of Panoramic Designs, Prosonix
  Stein Pedersen of Prosonix

SIDs used in this release :
Eight Days a Week(/MUSICIANS/P/Prosonix/Pettersen_Ole_Marius/Eight_Days_a_Week.sid)
Funky Feature(/MUSICIANS/P/Prosonix/Pettersen_Ole_Marius/Funky_Feature.sid)
Oxygene IV(/MUSICIANS/P/Prosonix/Pedersen_Stein/Oxygene_IV.sid)
Seal Boogie(/MUSICIANS/P/Prosonix/Hoff_Lars/Seal_Boogie.sid)
The Recovery(/MUSICIANS/P/Prosonix/Hoff_Lars/Recovery.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Flex on 17 July 2015
What a gem here! Esp. "Recovery" being one of my all time favourites.
User Comment
Submitted by Stone on 7 November 2009
@Geir: It was actually Diderich who approached us with the idea for Prosonix (we were still The Troopers back then), he even had the name ready as I recall and he also said that JB would join, but I don't think he ever produced any music under the Prosonix name.
With respect to Lars' tunes, they were all composed at a time when he learned to play the piano and I think they have a freshness that comes from learning both how to play an instrument and also how music is composed on a theoretical level. He was influenced by both jazz music and people like Stevie Wonder with a lot of "natural" singing type melodies that isn't heard much on the C64 and it's a great shame that he has stopped playing and composing music. The Illusions tune actually won first prize in the swedish Datormagazin music competition (which actually was primarily directed towards Amiga tunes, but after hearing that song they decided to give us a prize as well)
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Submitted by Ksubi on 6 November 2009
Always loved "Recovery", a masterpiece that I never get sick of hearing. Wonderful composing.
User Comment
Submitted by Geir Tjelta on 6 November 2009
@FriedFrost: Many. Many my friend. ;-)
Ole Marius, you better release those tunes soon !
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 6 November 2009
f*ck the jarre sh*t! no2 . illusions is one of the best tunes on c64!! so much soul and still sounds good today, 20 years after it was made, how many tunes age this well? ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Geir Tjelta on 6 November 2009
@Drax: Yep, kick-ass music collection. 6R6: check Trivia comments. Seems the members joined afterwards. But when was Bjerregaard a member of Prosonix, Stein (I thought he was a member of MoN from 1988-1990) ?
User Comment
Submitted by 6R6 on 6 November 2009
A first glance, this looks to be the same:
Music Demo 2

But the text is different. And two members was kicked.

User Comment
Submitted by Soren on 6 November 2009
I say: Bring us more Prosonix music, PLEASE!! :-)
User Comment
Submitted by DRAX on 6 November 2009
Love this demo!
User Comment
Submitted by Geir Tjelta on 6 November 2009
A little off-topic from this music demo, but Rambo is not a Jarre tune. It's a Jerry Goldsmith cover.
User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 6 November 2009
Very impressive cover indeed. Great stuff!
User Comment
Submitted by Geir Tjelta on 6 November 2009
This is Oxygene IV, can't imagine Galway pulling that off as good as Stein without having any Wavetable drums. Yie-Ar Kung-Fu has never been my favourite Galway tune/cover. @WC: Guess it is just nostalgic for you. :-)
User Comment
Submitted by Stone on 6 November 2009
Thanks, Geir! I have to agree with WC though, Galway's tune is beyond awesome.
User Comment
Submitted by Geir Tjelta on 6 November 2009
The best cover of Jarre on C-64 IMHO. Good work Stein.
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