To establish connections to your remix projects, log in to "My Remix64" and follow the instructions at the "My Connections" page.
The new structure is represented by new URLs. Here are a few examples:
The "Act" URL
It represents the name under which a person or a band has released remixes. It lists all the releases, and the members involved.
The "Member" URL
Here you'll find your new Remix64 member profile page. It now shows a list of all remix projects you have worked on, and a list of all your project's releases.
The "Track" URL
This is the good old remix info page.
The old URLs will still work and forward to the proper new location, so there's no immediate need to update your links.
We also have a revamped member directory.
The ResultsMordi won 2009's big price, being the new Remixer Of The Year. Firestorm massively scored #1 in the categories "Most Innovative Mix" and "Best c64 Mix" with his version of "Commando", which was a surprise release in december. XxDUSTYxX won "Best Amiga Mix", while daXX managed to place a whopping 9 of his remixes in that category. Reyn Ouwehand managed to win "Best Veteran" for the third time in a row, followed up by Hazel. The award for "Best Newcomer" went to Heartek. In a surprise coup, the Lifetime Achievement Award 2009 was awarded to yours truly, LMan.
Congratulations to all winners and follow-ups, everyone, you've deserved it. As always: the ROTY lists contain only winners.
Your votes are in. The count is done. The 9th annual Remix64.com Remixer of the Year Awards show is a reality.
For the first time, it will be broadcast simultaneously on 5 scene radio stations namely SceneSat Radio, SLAY Radio, Radio6581, BitJam and Nectarine Demoscene Radio.
Do tune in on either of the stations January 23rd at 20:00 CET and enjoy this monster of a show...
So ladies and gents, please begin voting! You don't have that much time to go to help decide the results, so get going now!
The tracklist of mind.in.a.box / R.E.T.R.O is:
01 - Last Ninja 3
02 - Lightforce
03 - The Last V8
04 - Supremacy
05 - Shades
06 - 8 Bits
07 - Mindkiller
08 - The Last Ninja
09 - I Love 64
10 - We Cannot Go Back To The Past
11 - Whatever Mattered
You can get a glimpse of the album by listening to the first two tracks on remix.kwed.org.
Submitted by Stev
5 tracks out of your memories especially remixed for you Atari / C64 lovers.
Consider those remixes as a Tribute to Rob Hubbard, one of the most famous guy of the 80's computer land.
Share this link with friends and discover or re-discover the fever of the magic of those good'ol computer musics.
Submitted by Moonove
To remedy this we have created an alternative search interface to the collection at ExoticA - Amiga Scene Demo Database (Beta). Like the Modland and HVSC Search it includes a variety of ways to browse and search through the information. We only display a small subset of the data at Bitworld, but provide a link to their site for further information. Please give it a try and give us any feedback on the ExoticA Forum. It is marked as beta for now, as there might be bugs, and new features are likely forthcoming. Many thanks to zeg, Asle, Curt Cool and Menace (and the rest of the Bitworld team) for their help and co-operation.
Submitted by Buzz
A new official C64 remix album from C64Audio.com? Did you think we'd given up? Well, NecroPolo has worked like a dog to produce a real quality Prog-rock album packed with great guitar work, 70s synth loveliness, and even some SID. It's a real labour of love!