Posted 2001-12-01, evaluated by djpretzel
Ready for a little C64-ReMixin' action? Yes, the commodore remixing scene is quite huge and has a long, venerated legacy of producing top-notch techno renditions of tunes the beloved SID chip originally rendered. Rubbish submits this ReMix of Cybernoid 2, a 2-d shooter / exploration type game, vaguely similar to modern-day Bangaioh if you've played it. Crystalline bell pads open things up, with a low, filtering bass pad underneath, stating the main melody. Drums then enter, along with a very active bassline. An oscillator-synced synth takes the melody later at 1'16", adding some good textural variety. The snare drum used is curioulsy low in harmonic content and has no real "bite" to it, but again whenever the snare sound is the only thing I question you know it's good shtuff. You may not know the game, depending on when you were born or whether you're into emulation, but get to know this ReMix - it's well worth your time.
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