An Interview with Keith Tinmanby Neil Carr
Keith worked for Odin/Thor before later joining Ocean creating works like Hypaball, Scary Monsters, and CABAL. Keith introduced a sound that was very uniquely his. As with Fred Gray Keith brought a different approach to c64 music composing that was refreshing and addictive.
An Interview with G.o.Dby Neil Carr
There are more and more guitarists now on the scene, G.o.D is one of them. He gives a very opinionated interview that is frank and to the point.
An Interview with Tomskby Neil Carr
Using a Playstation to create his music Tomsk has done two very creditable remixes. Knucklebusters takes credit for being one of the few who have tackled a full length remix of this tune. The results considering the limitations of the Playstation were impressive.
An Interview with Ramiro Vacaby LMan
Ramiro Vaca has provided wonderful tunes for the SID chip, many of them for the games foundry Factor 5. Among his most popular works are Turrican 1 and Rock 'n' Roll. I still remember the shivers that went down my spine when I won Turrican for the first time and listened to the wonderful moody end titles score. Read his thoughts about that and more!
An Interview with Jan Zottmannby Neil Carr
Jan Zottmann takes over the reigns for the sequal to the Amiga remix CD "Immortal". Immortal 2 is set to take the series one step further than what was achieved previously.. Find out more on this exciting venture with this interview with Jan
An Interview with The Ploughby Neil Carr
Long time scener and musician The Plough reflects on the past and present within this interview, which was done Live.
An Interview with Oliver Klaewerby Neil Carr
Oliver Klaewar composed many tunes on the c64. Floating Point action as described by Oliver wasn't done in just Floating points. This seems to be a common misconception.
An Interview with Jurek Rabenby Neil Carr
There are plenty of tunes from The Last Ninja series of games on rko. Though he has concentrated his efforts on these tunes, he will not carry on doing remixes from this series. He will instead now concentrate on other tunes from other games.
An Interview with a0d BSTby Neil Carr
Nearly 10 years in music production, A0d and BST are brothers working together and producing c64 remixes. A0d does the composing while BST works on the FX and post-production.
An Interview with Magnus Alstadby Neil Carr
Magnus Alstad from Joined Forces (formally known as Magnus Erik Band) has produced two very impressive remixes from The last Ninja series of games. His Latest remix of these gained a remix of the Month award here at remix 64.
An Interview with David Whittakerby Neil Carr
David who recently returned back to the UK after a long stint in the US became one of the most respected musicians on the c64. His work on Red Max, Glider Rider and Panther are probably his most popular pieces of work.
An Interview with Mahoneyby Neil Carr
Mahoney of Kaktus & Mahoney fame ( popular demo creators from the 80's) creates possibly some of the most creative music on the scene at the moment. You should checkout his latest mix of Lightforce for a very creditable remix.
An Interview with Max Levinby Neil Carr
Max Leven's remix "Legend Intro" is actually called "Puzzle Mania". So those of you who have not downloaded it may now want to check it out.
An Interview with Octave Soundsby Neil Carr
Octave's one remix to date is Delta. Octave Sounds assures me that many more will follow in varying styles and a new one is imminent.
An Interview with The Dead Guysby Neil Carr
Well possibly one of the most anticipated interviews from the World of Remixing. Arrangers often mention these guys as being there favourites. Well lets see what they had to say.
An Interview with FTCby Neil Carr
FTC may have only just entered the scene but he's been knocking out tunes at a fair rate and with some class.
An Interview with MistaDistahby Neil Carr
MistahDistah (A relative newcomer) broke into the scene several months back winning fans and acclaim from many sections, Though MistahDistah says that he's non too happy with any of them.
An Interview with Axemanby Neil Carr
Axeman is an excellent guitarist that has to date provided us with 2 well crafted rock remixes. The reason for only producing 2 remixes has probably got something to do with a rare and largely unknown infliction. Read more about this and his music within this interview.
An Interview with Kingfisherby Neil Carr
Kingfisher is the composer for Triad. Probably the biggest C64 cracking/demo group ever on the C64. They created some noise back in the good old days and they are still alive and kicking today.
An Interview with Sonic Wandererby Neil Carr
After stumbling on the Triad site, SW download the remixes from Instant Remedy. Thus i suppose because of these two we have some great remixes from Sonic Wanderer.
An Interview with Holger Gehrmannby Neil Carr
Holger jointly founded RE-LINE where Holger became the musician. These days however he tends not to compose as much. Though you can still hear is work on BIING.
An Interview with Bjorn Fogelbergby Neil Carr
Bjorn Ex c64 composer and member of the famous XAKK demo group. He still writes music to this very day, and his latest CD "Karooshi Porn" actually contains bits of sid using the SIDSTATION.
An Interview with Jarno Beumer (DaTucker)by Neil Carr
Jarno is new to the scene, and so far has provided us with two very good covers of Cybernoid 2 and Commando.
An Interview with Oedipusby Neil Carr
Oedipus has created quite a few mixes, his latest "Auf Wiedersehen Monty" was a recomended download here at Remix64. Oedipus is the perfect example of improvement. His early work wasn't great, but now he has grown into a very able musician.
An Interview with Neil Carrby LMan
Besides being our editor and a nice guy, he's the father of 2 lovely kids. Neil puts great effort into providing articles, reviews, news and interviews for the Remix64 site. He's always thinking on how to improve the site - actually he's vital to all magazine parts of it. Read his views on all that here!