Jan 162017
 

4Sceners and Bitfellas published their favourite demoscene productions for the year 2016 and it is great to see three Amstrad CPC productions in their list, too. Ranked on 3rd place in the category “Best Music Disc” you will find the CPC vs. Virgill music disc by Tristar and Red Sector (TRSI). The other two productions can be found in the “Best Scene Game”. The awesome Pinball Dreams preview by the Batman Group ranked on the 2nd place (hey, this is just preview – what can we expect from the final product :-)) and ranked on the 7th place you will find the game Outlaws by RetroBytes which won the CPCRetroDev 2016 competition. You can have a look the complete results on the 4Sceners website (german).
It is always great to see Amstrad CPC productions mentioned in demoscene :-).

Jul 182016
 

Devilmarkus and ed209 / Slipstream released their new musicdisc “Remember the 80’s” on the Sundown 2016 demoscene party. As you might have already guessed, it features well-known music from the 80’s on the Amstrad CPC. They also participated in the wild demo competition and ranked 2nd.
You can download the musicdisc from Pouet.net (don’t forget to vote :-)).

Jul 062016
 

TRSI released a new musicdisc for the Amstrad CPC on the Nordlicht demoscene party. The disc features 7 tunes by Virgill, which you can select in a nice menu. It was also ranked 1st in the wild competition of the Nordlicht party. You can download the musicdisc at the end of this posting or from Pouet.net (don’t forget to vote :-)) and if you don’t want to listen to the tunes on the real machine or an emulator, you can listen to them on Soundcloud.

Musicdisc: CPC vs Virgill by Tristar & Red Sector Inc.

 

CPC vs Virgill
CPC vs Virgill
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Sep 132015
 

SuTeKH/Epyteor wants to produce a Christmas album containing a lot of different christmas tunes and so he is searching for musicians who will contribute a music for this CPC music disc, which will be (obviously) released later this year. There are no special requirements, so you are free to choose your music style. Here are the “rules” for the music disc:

  • All contributions will be released; so even if you’re not a musician (like me), you can get your hard work released on your favourite 8-bit computer!
  • All contributions will be FULLY credited. Any shout-outs you want, then add them! Why not?
  • The tunes must be either Arkos or STarkos format (I can also play .ayc/.ym tunes if people prefer using PT3 or VortexII)
  • There are no time constraints; if your song is 55 minutes long, then 55 minutes long it is.
  • Make sure the song isn’t too large in size; this Christmas album will have to work on all CPC formats (ie in 64k).
  • For now, NO SAMPLES! I know this could be a bugger for Christmas tunes, but I’ll have to see how much space is left to handle samples before committing to accepting sampled releases.

So if you are able to contribute anything to this music disc, head over to the CPC Wiki forums and posting or PM there.

Jun 242012
 

The ReSeT #8 party is closing its doors and the first releases arrived for the Amstrad CPC. So let’s start with the new releases (more to come Smiley)…
Mr. Lou released a new music disc “Tracks from the early 90s”, which features very nice tunes and 8bit remixes. You can download it from Pouet.net (don’t forget to vote) or at the end of this news.

tracksfromtheearly90s

Tracks From The Early 90s music disc
Tracks From The Early 90s music disc
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