An Interview with Putziby Neil Carr
Putzi has created many many remixes, his style as he describes is "Darkwave meets Trance and Italodance." though he admits to not yet reaching that goal.
An Interview with CZ Tunesby Neil Carr
CZ tunes has been pumping out tunes at quite a rate recently. More than i can say for this interview which took far too long to get online.
An Interview with Thomas Boecker (Merregnon Producer)by Neil Carr
Thomas, together with Fabian del Priore created the CD "Merregnon". A CD that has been reviewed right here at remix64 and won a "Gold seal of approval" with a possibly never to be repeated 10 rating.
An Interview with Thomas Margolf aka firestARTer (SIDsyn)by Neil Carr
Want to know all about Sidsyn and what to expect from this hardware? We did, so we set out to find out exactly what this thing can do. Sidsyn is still in development and is not yet available.
An Interview with Chris Huelsbeckby Neil Carr
Chris started his career with "Shades". It didn't take long before the industry took note and chris went on to produce countless classics. Classics that Chris still produces to this day. A long and notable career which has propelled him to a level of stardom enjoyed by the big British composers.
An Interview with dor-xby Neil Carr
An arranger that literally doesn't remix c64 music.. Nono he takes the sid and turns it on it's head and creates something quite different.
An Interview with Michael Kleps of ReFXby Neil Carr
Refx recently released QuadraSID which has had a great deal of coverage here at Remix64. We set out to find out exactly what was behind this concept and other related matters.
An Interview with John Rasmussenby Neil Carr
John Rasmussen describes Bounce (Arkanoided) has his best remix to date. John enjoys remixing tunes that have rarely been remixed before. He's open to suggestions. So if there's a sid that hasn't been remixed that you would like to hear, why not drop him a line.
An Interview with Texx Soundby Neil Carr
Texx likes his remix of Ikkiuchi out of all the remixes he has done. He tends to use sid in his remixes because "it honour's the original artist" above many other factors.
An Interview with Instant Remedyby Neil Carr
Instant Remedy has created some fine dance remixes over the years. He currently works on a CD to be released under the C64Audio.com name. There are to be 2 versions of the CD one for c64 enthusiasts and one for non c64 enthusiasts. An ambitious attempt to create something a little different. Will it work?.... Only time will tell.
An Interview with Allister Brimbleby Neil Carr
Allister Brimble a musician i recall well from the days of the c64. However i was suprised to hear than he wasn't has active as i thought. He came into his own on the Amiga and to this very day still composes music for the Gaming industry.
An Interview with Axel Melzenerby Neil Carr
The little known arranger "Axel Melzener" suddenly came to life and stunned the scene with his fantastic remix of Cobra. However sadly he doesn't plan to release much if anything again.
An Interview with Mr.Sidby Neil Carr
Andreas says "it's all nostalgia hype.". He maybe has a point, he goes on to say "only a very small number of crazy people like it.". Crazy!!! - yeah maybe he has a point again :)
An Interview with Paul Kubiszynby Neil Carr
Paul Kubizyn's author of the "Chemical Rock CD". Paul created many sid tunes for games/demos etc... He later converted his most popular tunes on to CD. Thus "Chemical Rock" was born.
An Interview with Seth Sternbergerby Neil Carr
Seth is currently working on an album of c64 remixes called "The 8-bit Weapon" to be released in the summer of 2002. An exclusive demo of "Inspector Gadget" taken from the forthcoming CD can be found on the Work In Progress screen.
An Interview with Glyn R. Brownby Neil Carr
Glyn, although he has produced only a few remixes, the remixes he has done are impressive. I was mighty impressed with Blasteroids, however paul explained to me that he's not fond of it himself..."It's too Tiny."
An Interview with FeekZoidby Neil Carr
Sid Musician and Arranger. Neither me or Paul could decide which catagory he should fit in. So in the end i plumped for arranger. Reason being A comes before C, and for that reason only. Paul gives an interesting account of the scene and at times controversial. His remarks on Commercialism in the scene is one of these moments. Paul is a talented musician who has provided some fine tunes over the years.
An Interview with Slaygonby Neil Carr
Creator of SIDS, Developer of C64.org and soon remixer of classics. Slaygon dedicates alot of his time to the c64. The C64.org site has become one of the most respected c64 sites creating a free and always free a resource to the c64 comunity. This was a guy who we just had to interview. This interview was Remix64's first LIVE interview so we hope this adds to the overall feel.
An Interview with Mark Cookseyby Neil Carr
Mark Cooksey of Ghosts and Goblins fame was a recognised musician who worked mainly for Elite. During this time he was responsable for many great tunes some of which are: Bomb Jack, Space Harrier, Paperboy. Within This interview Mark reveals the amount Rob Hubbard got paid for his work for commando.
An Interview with Steve Barrettby Neil Carr
Steve Barrett was one of the earliest composers on the c64. Steve admits that his music wasn't technically ground breaking. Fortunately his talent still shone with some of the most melodic pieces on the c64. Blue Meanies being one of these melodic pieces which Reyn Ouwehand has expertly covered on his Nexus CD.
An Interview with Markus Schneiderby Neil Carr
The author of Rolling Ronny, lethal Zone, No mercy, Xiphoids and the Amiga version of Tusker plans sometime this year to enter the remix scene, possibly with Thomas Detert. However Markus is a busy man so finding the time is his major limitation. If Markus or Thomas do re-create some of their music then i for one shall be very interested in the outcome.
An Interview with o2by Neil Carr
o2 gives us a short but precise interview. O2 has created many dreamlike scores this is because of his musical influences, people like Jarre and Enya have made an impression on o2, and this is why you get these atmospheric remixes.
An Interview with Stefan Hartwigby Neil Carr
Another Guy who provided some excellent tunes for the Turrican series of games. For some reason Stefan wan't consulted about about his music for Turrican before the game hit the market. Stefan explains that he was a "bit disappointed" by this. Some of the Software Houses in the days of the c64 really do have a lot to answer to.
An Interview with Fredrik Segerfalkby Neil Carr
Fredrik composed the music for Shadow Of the Beast and Kick Off. Two outstanding games with outstanding soundtracks. The Kick Off series of games are still being made to this very day over a decade later. Fredrik tells a sad story here, where his hard work was literally and to put it bluntly RIPPED OFF!!!
An Interview with Richard Joseph (by Neil Carr)by Neil Carr
Defender Of the Crown, Antirad, Barbarian and more recently 11 tracks for a lego game. Although he follows a different lead with his company Audio Interactive he still writes music to this very day. Talking of music.. Keep an eye out for a remix of Barbarian which may feature in a future BIT Album by Richard himself.