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dubCRT review

A review of the dubCRT cartridge and Remute’s Sega Mega Drive cartridge, made by Techmoan. Our cartridge doesn’t sound quite right in the video since it’s played on an old SID-chip, but who am I to judge?

I wrote a post about cartridge music a few years ago, if you want to know more…

HT – Essentials

New C64-demo from Hack n’ Trade released at DATASTORM! PETSCII, noises, animals, laundry tools, music software and other things that are not supposed to be in a demo. It goes on forever, never stop watching!

Features Linde, Ray Manta, Jellica, Ilkke, Frantic, Mathman, AcidT*, me, Whizzy, Chantal Goret and Ant1.

I even coded one of the parts – my first and last one! More info and download at CSDb.

 

w93.m3u

My new album is out now on cassette:  w93.m3u. It’s a lo-fi odyssey of pre-retro disco-electro beat-pop made on the Commodore Amiga. Hey, maybe we can call it amigawave? ٩(◕‿◕)۶

All 14 songs are about 2,3 megabytes in total, in the original mod-format. That’s small enough to fit on two floppy disks, with enough space for bonus multimedia material! Hmmm….

I’ve used Protracker 2.3D mostly using extremely illegal evil pirate samples from this archive full of low-quality teenage samplings. Download that and use Protracker for Win/MacOS/Linux and you’re good to go. Highly recommended studio setup!

The songs first appeared in April on Windows93.net. It shows the mod-files playing in a post-groovy Windows window. Check it out here or if that doesn’t work, go to windows93.net and click the G80.M3U icon.