Sorry for the inconvience this might bring, but it will be for the better in the long run.
From their homepage:
The MSSIAH is a MIDI cartridge for the Commodore 64. It contains a suite of music applications that starts instantly as you insert the cartridge and start up the computer. With these applications you can play the C64's audio circuit (SID) via MIDI or stand-alone with the internal sequencers.
MSSIAH is short for MIDI SID Software Integrated Applications and Hardware and means that the cartridge contains both software and hardware to midify the C64. Since they are integrated you won't need hard-to-get MIDI peripherals to hook it up to your synthesizer or sequencer. Just plug in a MIDI cable and off you go!
With no doubt, the MSSIAH is the cheapest way for you to bring MIDI to your Commodore 64! However, cheap does not mean less.. MSSIAH is loaded with features that will make the old C64 an irreplaceable tool in your modern recording studio!
The current price for the cartridge is 49,95 EUR.
Our philosophy so far has always been that each vote should have the same weight. We've reconsidered this, because time has indeed shown that the reasoning for extreme outliers usually has little merit. For example, from now on, one or two
badvotes to an otherwise well-received tune will have nearly no impact on the result. The same goes for the other way round: few
Outstandingvotes will not save an otherwise sub-average tune. All existing charts have been recalculated based on this model. While the resulting percentages have changed several points, the overall order hasn't changed that much, since almost all of the tunes were subject to outlying good or bad votes, thus neutralising the effect.
As for anonymous voting: we can not and will not force people to publish their votes period. However, we do offer new incentives to encourage submitting a shout or a review: Submitting a shout will double the impact of your vote. Submitting a full review will triple the impact of your vote. This works for newly submitted shouts and reviews only.
We hope this new model satifies both listeners and arrangers, and will help to keep the charts alive and interesting.
Please refer to the attached article and discussion thread for further information.
Sony has launched a remix contest over at their Acid Planet site! The contest is to find the best remix of our tune
Chip On Your Shoulderoff our new
Electric High EP. You can download a zip file of the songs chiptune loops/sound fx and an Acid project file format from the remix contest site itself.
If you dont have any software or even any gear to make the remix, NO PROBLEM! Sony has provided a FREE copy of ACID for PC computers on the remix site for you to use. Mac users can download the loop zip file and use the loops to make a remix as well in programs like Garage band, etc. However Mac users wont be able to use the acid project file.
There are NO restrictions on how the remix is made! You can use all chip related devices, modern softsynths, or anything else that tickles your fancy. Also, you do not have to use ACID software to enter! You can make your remix any way you like. 😊
The Grand Prize winner will receive: A Commodore 64, 1541 drive, cables, a Prophet 64 Cart, ACID Pro software, Five Standard Collection Libraries, as well as a copy of our
Electric High EP& an 8bw T-shirt!
Contest End Date: Thursday, August 13, 2009
Also, we uploaded the song here on 8BC for you to download from the 8bw profile.😊
Good luck and enjoy~!
-Seth & Michelle😊😊
ps-C64 Monitor not included, however, any tv/monitor with rca input will work with it.😊
Submitted by naughtyboy
Jan Zottmann, executive producer of the acclaimed
Immortal series of CDs featuring arranged music from games released for the Commodore Amiga, and composer Jolyon Myers are looking for a talented arranger to work on a CD version of the music from the Amiga version of
Final Fight. The game was more or less a direct conversion of Capcom's arcade classic, but it featured an entirely different score written by Myers. You can download this music from or listen to it on Youtube.
This is your chance to become a member of the ‘Immortal’ team and publish your arrangement of ‘Final Fight’ on an album that features musicians such as Chris Huelsbeck, Andrew Barnabas, Allister Brimble, and many others. Participating artists are free to choose the style of the arrangement on their own, the final track should have a running time of at least 4 minutes though. Demos should be submitted in mp3 format to jzottmann(at)synsoniq.com no later than August 31. Jolyon Myers will personally select the best entry (and eventually give some input for the production of the final version which has to be submitted late September / early October 2009). Runner-ups will receive a credit in the CD booklet as well as a free copy of the
Immortal 4 album. There will also be an opportunity to present these arrangements on the AmigaRemix platform.
It's an honor that the Final Fight theme has been chosen for placement on the latest ’Immortal’ CD as Jan has always brought together really talented musicians to re-create fantastic blasts from the past in a new and innovative way. I can’t wait to hear what you guys do with this track and hopefully it will be you that gets your remix on the disc!
Submitted by Jim Power
Ziphoid needs your help to make an appealing face for the Amiga remixing community.
If you still want to showcase your tracks until the submission is reactivated, feel free to post your tracks on the forum, since there most certainly will be people around to enjoy them during the summer. It could of course also be a good thing even for the remixers to leave the keys for a bit and enjoy the summer. ;)
- Ziphoid & Kwed
This is the 3rd major layout version of the site. I hope you like it.😊