Conversion of an Amiga MOD tune by Nightlight of Kefrens.
A hotchpotch cooperation between Drax and JCH. Drax actually made most of it.
Made in Laxity’s music player. My first attempt. I left parts of Laxity’s instruments and bassline intact.
1990-91 Lady Lisa
Made in Laxity’s music player. The sixth and last tune I did in it. It changes at 0:30.
My second digi tune with a fourth track with digital samples.
There’s an interesting change at 1:41.
A quick player tune called three times faster than normal.
Made in Maduplec’s music player. I made it to test a music editor he had sent me.
Recreation of the primitive title tune from the C64 game Maniac Mansion with better instruments.
Used in the C64 arcade game conversion Pit-Fighter.
Tests the pulsating from the Rambo highscore tune.
There are interesting changes at 0:25 and 3:00.
A silly song that emulates the sound of a modem connecting, starting with a phone ringing at 0:23.
Need You Tonight (v2)
My second conversion of “Need You Tonight” by INXS. The first was in an old player in 1988.
An attempt at a chorus song but it drags out a bit too much. The first chorus arrives at 2:21.
1988 Jens-Christian Huus
A tune that emulates the sound of a vacuum cleaner.
Filtering was not used because the demo part made use of it for something else.
Ode to JO
I tried to make a hard restart tune, but I didn’t know what that was until JO told me about it.
One Knight Stand
My first tune in GoatTracker.
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.
There are interesting changes at 0:30 and 2:36.
A weird tune for the tape loader.
There are more tunes for Orcus on the next page.