"SID Chip Club" - An In-Depth Discussion About the Album and About the LMan Behind It

Sid Chip Club Yellow Splatter Vinyl Record

After a highly successful Kickstarter LMan has published a new album called SID Chip Club earlier this year. Even though technically it's not a remix album, I thought that the story of how the album was made is still very interesting - and this also gave me an excuse to try to get to know the man behind it all.

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Remix News, September 2020

Remix News 2020 Sept

Remix news for September 2020 thanks to Lea, Mordi and SLAY Radio.



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Getting Started as a remixer by Peter Clarke

Remix64 Photo Peter Clarke

2019's Remixer of the year and former Ocean Software musician Peter Clarke has created a rather useful guide for budding remixers. Peter along with notable remixers goes through the key principles of getting started as a remixer.

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An Interview with Romeo Knight

Romeo Knight

Key points of discussion are:

  • Music on the Amiga
  • Red Sector/TRSI
  • Remixing c64 classics
  • The use of real Instuments when remixing
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FastLoaders interview on SLAY Radio

2020 10 08 SLAY Radio FastLoaders

To promote their latest Amiga Rocks album, FastLoaders went on SLAY Radio for a long and entertaining interview.

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Press Play On Tape Mini-Concert

2020 09 19 PPOT Miniconcert

In case you missed their Facebook announcement - like I totally did - Press Play On Tape had a virtual concert on Sept. 19, 2020.

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New Album From FastLoaders "Amiga Rocks" Released Today!

FastLoaders   Amiga Rocks

Rollicking rock-remixers of Last Ninja Musicology fame have just dropped their latest album Amiga Rocks, which - as its title suggests - contains rock-oriented remixes of Amiga classics like Shadow of the Beast, Turrican II, Lotus Turbo Challenge and many others.

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Chris Huelsbeck   Turrican   Orchestral Selections

Turrican Orchestral Selections

by Chris Hülsbeck

Returning to the golden era of 16-bit gaming melodies, Turrican - Orchestral Selections is sure to send nostalgia glands into overdrive with this new album featuring tracks from all three Amiga Turrican games. Exclusively arranged for full orchestra and professionally recorded and mastered to the highest quality, Turrican – Orchestral Selections is a full on aural blast of the very best video game music has to offer.

[http://www.turricansoundtrack.com www.turricansoundtrack.com]


released December 3, 2017

Composed by Chris Huelsbeck
Produced by Chris Huelsbeck and Thomas Böcker

Arranged by Robin Hoffmann (1, 4, 7), Matei Gheorghiu (2), Andreas Hedlund (3, 9), Ingvar Karkoff (5), Hans Ek (6), Yuzo Koshiro (8) and Michael Fuchs (10)
Drum programming by Jani Laaksonen (6). Score preparation by David Christiansen (8)

Performed by the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Eckehard Stier
Piano: Mischa Cheung

Music recorded August 2017. Mixed and mastered October / November 2017
Recorded by Michael Dahlvid
Recording producer: Lars Nilsson
Mixed and mastered by Lars Nilsson (Nilento AB)

Turrican Logo: The Light Works
Artwork: Ikhwan Waliyudin
Video Production: Wash Media
Layout: [http://schech.net schech.net]

Many thanks to: Mark Robins, Jan Zottmann and Carina Eklöf

Turrican is a trademark of Factor 5 - Eggebrecht, Engel, Schmidt GbR ("Factor 5"), used with permission.


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 Ghosts n Goblins (Revised)

Arranged by LMan & Larsec

Spooooky this one...if there will ever be a PC-3d-FP-shooter-RPG,this is the tune for it :-)

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 Cybernoid II (80's-Style-Edit)

Arranged by C64toBit64

I understand the brave decision to re-work the entire melody line of Cybernoid to make it sound more 80's - but for crying out loud, the original is already a great melody in the 80's style, so why the re-write? Unfortunately, I just can't get over this re-write, even though all the 80's sounds and cliches are in there.

Up until 1:24 I had high hopes, but from that point on it's just doesn't sound very pleasing to my ears. Plus there is little variation in there, so in the end this 6+ minute remix is just plain boring.

Review by LaLa

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 Paperboy (tripping)

Arranged by Dj Space

Generally I love almost every Paperboy's remix... And this one too. Nice work! :D (I hope for more Paperboy remixes)!

Review by Joe Mc Lutz

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