More good news for lovers of oldschool chip music, and especially those digging the old Atari sound.
The SNDH Archive is the ultimate collection for Atari ST music, produced with the (in)famous YM2149 soundchip. In the current release, 35 new tunes were added, bringing the total to about 3278 files in .sndh format.
For more oldschool vibes, check out the Atari SAP Music Archive (ASMA), collecting music from the classic 8-bit Atari XL/XE machines. After adding 308 new files, the archive now contains 2843 tunes.
Well, i working on big project counting the stories of all the songs i've written since 1995. So i've just published the 200th tracks on the beta website. As if design is done, you'de be able to listen all those songs written with Fast Tracker and Scream Tracker III, read the story and download the .mod and .s3m files. So if you like soundtracker, it could be fun to discover how i grow up from 95 to 96...
Update #50 of the High Voltage SID Collection (HVSC) has been released. HVSC is the most complete collection of Commodore 64 SID tunes available, and is a must-have for every C64 fan and chiptune enthusiast alike.
In this update, 678 new files have been added, for a grand total of >36,000 SID tunes!
We are happy to annouce fresh modules.pl competition! :)
This time it's smallest and a bit different from what we had in the past, but we hope you will enjoy it as much as previous ones :)
* the goal is to create ModFM radio jingle
* max. duration: 20 sec.
* format: MP3 44100 khz 128 kbps (you can send us "source" file like XM, but you have to provide MP3 version as well)
* voice sounds (spelling radio's name, website url and some catchy phrases) are highly recommended :)
* two entries per composer allowed
* deadline: 19 April 2009
* voting: 20-24 April 2009
* results: 25 April 2009
Send your jingles to firstname.lastname@example.org (you will get a reply email confirming your entry was accepted).
The winner will get brand new modules.pl t-shirt :)
All jingles that will get users' approvement will be played regulary at ModFM radio.