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Splitting Spaceships

Author :
Timur Baysal (T.C.)

Released :
1989 Paramount

Technical info:
Load address:$1000
Init address:$1000
Play address:$1006
Number of songs:1
Default song:1
SID model:6581
Clock speed:PAL
Data size:3840 ($0F00)

/MUSICIANS/T/TC/Splitting_Spaceships.sid - c64.org

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User Comment
Submitted by DRAX on 18 December 2014
Definately an awesome tune. Been a Little in contact with Timur some years ago. A really cool guy - he also tried out JCH's editor with Laxity's driver...
Check out his stuff - gfx + music

User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 18 December 2014
TC used a version of the MON routine. He never actually used FutureComposer but did the editing in a machine code monitor directly into memory. I believe he was using the Alloy Run player. I used to visit him at home and watch him doing it, it was quite stunning.

User Comment
Submitted by GH on 18 December 2014
Classic killer tune indeed!
I could give you a list of old television manufacturers, when making music, you thought you could have sworn the lead and arps were well balanced... reality kicks in after a some time ;)
Still regret releasing some tunes of my own
oi oi oi :S

User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 18 December 2014
Awesome tune indeed <3 Pitty about the lead that should be louder.

User Comment
Submitted by CreaMD on 18 December 2014
Yeah this tune is totally awesome. I loved it on first hearing (never heard it in any production btw.) just on some disk selection full of ripped music. Took me a long time to find the tune in HVSC just by listening to first few secs of tunes. I was practically going from top to bottom, then loose the patience in the middle and went from bottom to top.. almost 80% of HVSC checked ;-)))))

User Comment
Submitted by Flex on 18 December 2014
What a great tune and memories.. Player routine: MoN/FutureComposer (MoN/RWE). Any details on that, anyone?

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