My Favorite SID Tunes by JCH

This is page 3. See also page 1, page 2, page 4, page 5 and page 6.

Killerbee
1989 Vibrants

Kinetic
1989 Vibrants
Conversion of an Amiga MOD tune by Nightlight of Kefrens.

King
1989 Vibrants

Knackdick
1990 Vibrants
A hotchpotch cooperation between Drax and JCH. Drax actually made most of it.

L.L.L.
1988 Wizax
Made in Laxity’s music player. My first attempt. I left parts of Laxity’s instruments and bassline intact.

Lady Lisa
1990-91 Lady Lisa

Last One
1988 Wizax
Made in Laxity’s music player. The sixth and last tune I did in it. It changes at 0:30.

Laxin’
1989 Vibrants

Leech…
1989 Vibrants

Little Test
1991 Vibrants
My second digi tune with a fourth track with digital samples.

Louisiana
1989 Vibrants
There’s an interesting change at 1:41.

Maduplec3
1991 Vibrants
A quick player tune called three times faster than normal.

Mad4
1990 Vibrants
Made in Maduplec’s music player. I made it to test a music editor he had sent me.

Maniac Mansion
1989 Vibrants
Recreation of the primitive title tune from the C64 game Maniac Mansion with better instruments.

Maniaxion
1991 Vibrants
Used in the C64 arcade game conversion Pit-Fighter.

Martin #4
1989 Vibrants
Tests the pulsating from the Rambo highscore tune.

Michelle
1989 Vibrants
There are interesting changes at 0:25 and 3:00.

Misjudge
1991 Vibrants

Modem Trading
1989 Vibrants
A silly song that emulates the sound of a modem connecting, starting with a phone ringing at 0:23.

Narrow+
1989 Vibrants

Need You Tonight (v2)
1989 Vibrants
My second conversion of “Need You Tonight” by INXS. The first was in an old player in 1988.

Never+
1989 Vibrants
An attempt at a chorus song but it drags out a bit too much. The first chorus arrives at 2:21.

Nilfisk
1988 Jens-Christian Huus
A tune that emulates the sound of a vacuum cleaner.

Ninjackie
1990 Vibrants

No Filter
1989 Vibrants
Filtering was not used because the demo part made use of it for something else.

No More…
1990 Vibrants

Ode to JO
1989 Vibrants
I tried to make a hard restart tune, but I didn’t know what that was until JO told me about it.

Orcus (Title)
1990 Vibrants
Orcus was supposed to be a lengthy side-scrolling shoot’em up by Electronic Zoo, and I made a ton of tunes and sound effects for it. Unfortunately it was never finished. Check out the solo at 2:28 here.

Orcus (Hiscore)
1990 Vibrants

Orcus (Demo)
1990 Vibrants

Orcus (Intro)
1990 Vibrants
There are interesting changes at 0:30 and 2:36.

Orcus (Loader)
1990 Vibrants
A weird tune for the tape loader.

Orcus (Congratulations)
1990 Vibrants
There are more tunes for Orcus on the next page.

More on page 1, page 2, page 4, page 5 and page 6.

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