My C=64 BackgroundI grew up with the C64 and began to notice how Jeroen Tel and Reyn Owehand were showing the skills of the machines' sound processor. In my teenage years I became a big fan of Demos and adored how the sounds could be visualised. Back then I tried my skills with some trackers, the one i used was called buzz or jazz i think, I couldn't get my head round all the hexadecimal bits n bobs tho, so when the amiga came along I was very good at mixing with the 4 channel sound of that machine but I still felt the C=64 was 'challenging' and especially with the secret sampling channel (hardware hacking) coming to life in the late 80's.
I made remixes with the Amiga for about 5 years but there wasn't much internet around then and now being new to remix64 I had to give it another go on this expansive level. I messed around with eJay at first but it was time consuming to make something unique, then I used Aodix 2.34 which I thought was great, not so good with Vsti's (it had a tendancy to crash alot) although good for samples and simple effects and also synth programming. Then there was eJay and FruityLoops studio which I use today to make my remixes.
Well, thats all from me, the next thing you'll hear is my mixing so listen out ;)