Introduce yourself here!

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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by Fusion » 19/09/2010 - 15:10

Hi,I'm new here.Wishing a good journey with you guys! :D
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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by Hillsman » 21/09/2010 - 13:39

Hi,

New to the forum, though not new to Remix64. Chanced upon some C64 remixes back in 2000, though back then, I preferred listening to original SIDs and I guess I've been building my SIDplay playlist ever since! About 70% of the music I listen to is either game soundtracks and "chip music"!

It was only when I ordered Back in Time 3 a few years back that I took a closer look at Remix64 / KWED / RKO and started getting into the Remix scene. I haven't heard all there is to hear (SLAY Radio helps :nod: ) but it is fantastic that there are so many excellent remixes out there and great to see so many of the creators on this forum - my personal thanks to people like Slaygon, Amok, Hazel, Peter W, Makke, Feekzoid, Instant Remedy, Sonic Wanderer, Mahoney, Trace, Mordi, LMan, Visa Roster, Reyn Ouwehand and all the rest)

I couldn't put 2 notes together myself despite years of listening and wouldn't have a clue how to even begin to produce a remix of my own. Hopefully, I can make some contribution by being active on this forum and adding to my collection of CDs from C64Audio!

ATB,

Hillsman

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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by RobinsonMason » 22/09/2010 - 21:05

Welcome Hillsman and Fusion! :cheers:

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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by Chris Abbott » 22/09/2010 - 21:13

Hillsman wrote:Hi,

New to the forum, though not new to Remix64. Chanced upon some C64 remixes back in 2000, though back then, I preferred listening to original SIDs and I guess I've been building my SIDplay playlist ever since! About 70% of the music I listen to is either game soundtracks and "chip music"!

It was only when I ordered Back in Time 3 a few years back that I took a closer look at Remix64 / KWED / RKO and started getting into the Remix scene. I haven't heard all there is to hear (SLAY Radio helps :nod: ) but it is fantastic that there are so many excellent remixes out there and great to see so many of the creators on this forum - my personal thanks to people like Slaygon, Amok, Hazel, Peter W, Makke, Feekzoid, Instant Remedy, Sonic Wanderer, Mahoney, Trace, Mordi, LMan, Visa Roster, Reyn Ouwehand and all the rest)

I couldn't put 2 notes together myself despite years of listening and wouldn't have a clue how to even begin to produce a remix of my own. Hopefully, I can make some contribution by being active on this forum and adding to my collection of CDs from C64Audio!

ATB,

Hillsman

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Hello from Vienna/Austria

Post by RGKooper » 28/09/2010 - 22:16

Hi @ all! =)

I'm R.G.Kooper, 30 years old, musician from Vienna/Austria.
I play drums,bass,keyboards and guitars and sing in my punkband THE SALT DEPARTMENT

Since I'm very open to all different kinds of music there are many heroes and influences to me, mostly rockbands and acts from the 80s, but also from the C64-days like Markus Siebold and Chris Hülsbeck, among many others of course.

That's why I enjoy the tributes on this site very much - and I'm very happy to be (a little!) part of it.

And just let me say thank you to the positive and negative critics I earned already - (thank you Markus!!!) while I have to ad - according to the "quality"-critics - that I simply do not have the possibilities for better mixing and sound and have to use rather unconventionally ways of recording - but I hope you enjoy it any way :)

Greetings..oh and.. :worship: for this site!!

Cheers,R.G.

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Re: Hello from Vienna/Austria

Post by Ziphoid » 28/09/2010 - 23:57

RGKooper wrote:Hi @ all! =)

I'm R.G.Kooper, 30 years old, musician from Vienna/Austria.
I play drums,bass,keyboards and guitars and sing in my punkband THE SALT DEPARTMENT

Since I'm very open to all different kinds of music there are many heroes and influences to me, mostly rockbands and acts from the 80s, but also from the C64-days like Markus Siebold and Chris Hülsbeck, among many others of course.

That's why I enjoy the tributes on this site very much - and I'm very happy to be (a little!) part of it.

And just let me say thank you to the positive and negative critics I earned already - (thank you Markus!!!) while I have to ad - according to the "quality"-critics - that I simply do not have the possibilities for better mixing and sound and have to use rather unconventionally ways of recording - but I hope you enjoy it any way :)

Greetings..oh and.. :worship: for this site!!

Cheers,R.G../quote]
Welcome, R.G. :) I felt this topic belonged in this thread instead so I moved it into here, if that was ok. :)

I hope you'll enjoy your stay here.

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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by RGKooper » 29/09/2010 - 1:02

thank you =)

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Greetings!

Post by spoonwzd » 03/10/2010 - 8:29

Hi All,

I thought it was about time I joined the community - I've been a regular follower of the new releases on amigaremix.com for many years now and have many of the tracks on my ipod which are regularly played in the car!

I'm a 35 year old technical consultant from Exeter in the UK and was heavily involved in the Amiga demo scene during the early 90's.

Those who remember those times will know me as Echo from the UK group LSD. I was responsible for many Grapevine tunes and was the concept designer and music creator of the now infamous Jesus On E's demo.

After a few years off I'm actively writing music again purely for pleasure, and it is my intention to create some Amiga mod remixes to give something back to the community - watch this space!

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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by Vosla » 04/10/2010 - 18:31

Welcome aboard, people! :D
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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by Echo51 » 07/10/2010 - 15:45

New kid on the block :D im not even old enough to have had a C64, love the music style though ^^ been lurking at RKO digging their Quaterly torrents :)

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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by gslapp » 23/10/2010 - 9:55

Hi Folks!

Again, another lurker - although a fairly active musician.

My recent upload has prompted me to take a bit more of an active part in the community. Thanks to all of those who have voted and posted comments for my new "Delta 2010" mix. http://www.remix64.com/track/graeme_slapp/delta_2010/

All very much appreciated! :)

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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by KKnight » 07/11/2010 - 14:49

Ello ppl!

My name is Ken.
Well what can i say about myself...
I'm a proud owner of C64 and a couple of Amiga 500 and 600.

found this site throu SLAYradio.

Love the remix scene thou :)

Well well ask and i will answer in the best way a can :)

Cheers!


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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by KKnight » 08/11/2010 - 15:26

Thanks SarahKreuz31 :)

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Re: Introduce yourself here!

Post by marko river » 10/11/2010 - 22:57

Hello to everyone. I'm an long time C64 junkie and been listening to remixes for years. It was about time to join.

For the moment I write reviews of old games, hopefully I will remake few or make new ones with old-school spirit. No skills in music though, so I can only be listener...

Looking forward to hang out with you people :D

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