Articles, Reports and Features

8-Bit Symphony Pro - Review

A review of 8-Bit Symphony Pro by podcaster Lee Tyrrell

Matt Gray Reformation Chiptune Driver Competition

Matt Gray is releasing the original source code to one of his Dominator 6 subtunes under Creative Commons. A competition is the plan!

Last Ninja 2 vs Ninja Remix - what's the deal

It seems a bit odd that System 3 put new music into Last Ninja 2. What's the deal with that?

Computer Game Music - the Rock 'n Roll years

Chris Abbott wrote this article for an Edge magazine special a few years ago, which involved interviewing all the composers. It's now lost in time, which is a shame. So here it is!

PRESS PLAY ON TAPE AT GAMECITY

Press Play on Tape did a gig as part of the GameCity event in Nottingham, and Andrew Fisher was there to report back for Remix64.

The Remix64 voting system

A current peek into the inner workings of the Remix64 voting and charts engine.

Magic Moments - Back in Time Live 2007

Merman (Andrew Fisher) brings another personal report on the happenings at Spitz nightclub, London for Back in Time Live 2007.

Back in Time Live 2007 - a personal report

Warren Pilkington gives his personal account of his experiences at Back in Time Live 2007: where a good time was had by all!

C64Audio.com Report, 21 April 2007

It seems odd that I (that is, Chris Abbott) hardly ever post C64Audio news here, and although I usually send it by email, the amount of text I usually write is too large for comfortable reading. So, here's the first ever Remix64 version of C64Audio news, made possible by LMan's handy dandy CMS!!

The Secret History of Richard Joseph

While many of you appreciate Richard Joseph as being an excellent computer game musician, cutting his teeth on the C64 with classics like Rimrunner and Barbarian, and then later on the Amiga et al, this should come as no surprise, as Warren Pilkington reveals, Richard’s background of actually being a talented musician dates back from his progressive rock days.