Remixer Of The Year Awards 2007
Congratulations Dafunk, Peter W, Reyn Ouwehand and daXX, and everyone else who managed to get on the 2007 ROTY lists!
Congratz to other winners and there are no losers here, this is family!
I'm still lost for words...
Who made the best remixes in 2007? Who was most active and supportive?
|4.||moog (Sebastian Bachliñski)||132|
|9.||The St. Albans Rob Hubbard Fan Club||32|
|Emir Diril (Drey)||32|
|Metal & Drax||8|
|Da Phuture Kemist||7|
|Moog & Hazel||3|
Who made the greatest debut in 2007?
|3.||The St. Albans Rob Hubbard Fan Club||131|
|4.||Emir Diril (Drey)||57|
|6.||Da Phuture Kemist||34|
|7.||Metal & Drax||33|
|9.||Defiance & Hazel||25|
|10.||Moog & Hazel||20|
|12.||Hank (Lukasz Drzewiecki)||13|
Who do you think deserves this award in 2007 for providing great remixes over a period of 5 years or longer?
What was the c64 remix that impressed you most in 2007?
What Amiga remix did you like best in 2007?
What remix really made a difference in 2007? Things you maybe never heard before? Creative and different takes on originals?
Winners: go and jump for joy, showcase the image on your homepages, and keep up the great work! You have deserved it!
Disclaimer: The results are based on votes made by the Remix64.com community. Errors and omissions excepted.
Today is the final day of the kickstarter with massive talent involved, so if you want to participate, head there now.
The organiser Matt Smith wrote about it:
Splendidly, as we head into the last day of the campaign, we've hit the £19,000 mark and unlocked a new stretch goal. The deluxe liner notes booklet accompanying the AP album (in both its digital and physical incarnations) will now feature a full 100 pages of groovy stuff, including a special Complete Control section written by Rich Pelley, in which he’ll endeavour to provide solutions to all your problems – game-related or otherwise. Hurrah!
How much more can we accomplish in the next few hours? With your help, we could yet hit another stretch goal! There's still time to support the project if you haven't already, and continuing to spread the word about it would be a massive help too. Just click the link above for more information!
A Kickstarter campaign to create a new album of Amiga game music remixes, all of them connected with classic '90s magazine Amiga Power, is now live.
Journalist and long-standing AP fan Matthew Smith – not the Manic Miner creator – is seeking funding to create Amiga Power: The Album With Attitude, a double-CD collection of more than 30 brand new remixes inspired by the magazine. The first disc will feature tracks based on tunes personally selected by former AP contributors, while the second disc will contain tracks based on games and demos given away on the mag's coverdisks over the years.
A whole host of star musicians are involved with the project, including Andrew Barnabas, Allister Brimble, Mike Clarke, Fabian Del Priore, Olof Gustafsson, Jogeir Liljedahl, Joi, Jon Hare, Chris Huelsbeck, Barry Leitch, Patrick Nevian, Jason Page, Instant Remedy, Matthias Steinwachs, Jeroen Tel and Tim Wright.
Among the tracks set for inclusion are pieces from Apidya, Banshee, Blob, Cannon Fodder, The Chaos Engine, Fantasy World Dizzy, Fire & Ice, Gloom, Harlequin, Hired Guns, Jetstrike, Lotus Turbo Challenge 2, No Second Prize, Pinball Fantasies, Sensible World Of Soccer, Shadow Fighter, Speedball 2 and Stardust, plus many more.
The album will also include a deluxe liner notes booklet containing more than 80 pages of facts, song lyrics, exclusive artwork and written contributions from the AP team.
If you want to grab a copy for yourself (in physical or digital form), along with a variety of bonus rewards, you can support the Kickstarter campaign here: apkickstarter.com
Submitted by Matt Smith
by SIDrip Alliance
A free SID remix album by SIDrip Alliance, first released at AROK Party 2015. As the title tells it is a live-in-studio record. If you are into remixes played by real instruments, check this out.
Arranged by moog (Sebastian Bachliñski)
First of all he absolutely catched the serene mood of the sid and increased it dramatically. Then the tune gets the dynamic kick it needs when the rhythm section comes in - so a great curve of intensity builds up and comes down in the end again. What I especially like about this is that it feels as epic and emotional as a film score without trying to copy the sound of a real orchestra (what most of the times fails when using samples anyway).
Technically flawless. Perfect choice of sounds.
Review by romeo_knight