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L.E.D. Storm

Author :
Tim Follin

Released :
1989 GO!/Capcom

Technical info:
Load address:$6800
Init address:$9AE0
Play address:$68C4
Number of songs:7
Default song:1
SID model:6581
Clock speed:PAL
Data size:13029 ($32E5)

/MUSICIANS/F/Follin_Tim/L_E_D_Storm.sid - c64.org

Releases which use this SID :
DownloadMadheader 2 by WiseGuy Industries 2015 ...  2014 One-File Demo
DownloadWonderland by The Scientists/3333 ...  1990 Demo
DownloadTim Follin Collection by Actual Trading Generation ...  1990 Music Collection
DownloadDirty Douzend IX by Paradox Inc. ...  1990 Intro Collection
DownloadSilly Demo by Atrox ...  1990 One-File Demo
DownloadCyanide II - The Sequel by S-Xpress ...  1989 Demo
DownloadLogo Contest by Drive ...  1989 Graphics Collection
DownloadLast Gig by International Cracking Entertainment, Vision ...  1989 One-File Demo
DownloadGet Hurt by Neon ...  1989 One-File Demo
DownloadScancor by Noise ...  1989 One-File Demo
DownloadRipp #01 by Bytestar ...  1989 Music
DownloadIntro-Collection by Dualis ...  1989 Intro Collection
DownloadBunches of Music #11 by The Ruling Company ...  1989 Music
DownloadL.E.D Demo by Hotline ...  1989 Music
Download#02 - LED Storm by The Yattering ...  1989 Music
DownloadUnique by Unic ...  1989 One-File Demo
DownloadTotal Demo by Goldfire ...  1989 One-File Demo
DownloadATG Ripp Disk 02 by Actual Trading Generation ...  1989 Music Collection
DownloadPSP Music Hack - L.E.D. Storm by Piracy Shed Productions Inc. ...  1989 Music
DownloadCFO Intro Mania by CrackForce Omega ...  1989 Intro Collection
DownloadL.E.D. Storm Music by Pulsar ...  1989 Music
DownloadSmoke on the Water by Actual Trading Generation ...  1988 Music
DownloadL.E.D. Storm Music by Powerzone Designs ...  ???? Music
DownloadDemo by Magnum ...  ???? One-File Demo

User Comment
Submitted by Conrad on 25 January 2014
I don't know if people mentioned this before on Lemon or wherever, but in the actual game menu screen there were two unmentioned keys you could use to alter the filter start cutoff in the music. So you could basically adjust the bass filtering to your liking.

I'm not sure if this was a feature Stephan Ruddy included, or from the cracked version that I played on over the years.

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