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Solar C





Intro 64k


April 2000


Mekka Symposium 2000

Amiga Intro 64k compo

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Other releases (27)

Aphrodisiae (3.72)

Awakening (2.75)

Back 2 the roots (3.35)

Burning chrome (4)

Control! (2.59)

Edit 0.5 (3.58)

Entering Hypnosis (3.53)

Generation X (3.5)

Jammin (3.33)

Megademo 2000 (3.52)

Mild Fantasy Violence (2.65)

Mnemonics (4.24)

Modular (3.18)

One day (2.82)

Prototype 1 (3.6)

Radikal (3.25)

Shibuya (3.67)

Signals (4.67)

Tetsuo 3 (3.45)

With style (3.33)

Soma (3.73)

Haupex (3.59)

Bizarre love triangle (3.22)

Bizarre Love Triangle 2 (3.19)

My kingdom (4.47)

Beam Riders (4.25)

Last train to Danzig (4.1)


User Comments (8)

comment by scicco on 07 October 2003

i dislike this one, the music is awful, the effects are not that spectacular. maybe i would like it a bit more with a better music. :)

comment by un0 on 23 May 2004

i like it alot. some goodlooking but slow effects, very nice design with nice colours. and the tune is awesome! but take care, some of its sick frequencies might have a negative effect to yours ears.

comment by z5 on 10 October 2005

Im quite surprised about the low votes given to this production. Interesting... I like this kind of design/effects and find it rather stylish. However, just like Modular (and even more), i dislike the music which qualifies, at best, as annoying noise. The interesting thing is that unO finds the tune awesome. Personal taste is a wonderful thing :)

comment by un0 on 10 October 2005

Yes, and I won`t change my opinion on that matter ;) I mean, that`s some very interesting stuff (call it 'noise', yes). It supports the visuals and causes just the right atmosphere. Great stuff. Let`s vote...

comment by Octane on 20 November 2005

It was and it is a nice work from craid.Strange sounds,nice effects. Greets Octane, the main founder of the interrupt code :-).

comment by noname on 20 November 2005

@octane: are you saying it was you who wrote the interrupt code that didn't save the registers? ;)

comment by craid on 13 February 2006

@octane+noname: ..hehe! ;) hey, you can find me at the aros-exec.org forum, the topic might be interesting for you aswell!

if it comes to the samples, they were produced by my extremely complicated and mindbending sample-generator, and it was a hell of work to get the musicians to use them! :D

comment by cybernoid on 30 January 2007

Very good. Difficult to do better in that style. Powerfull.

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User Votes: Average: 2.88 points (17 votes)

vote by dairos: 2/5

vote by scicco: 1/5

vote by Frequent: 3/5

vote by strife/apathy: 3/5

vote by Ralph Wiggum: 2/5

vote by DJBase: 2/5

vote by falcon_11: 3/5

vote by rloaderror: 2/5

vote by wayne: 2/5

vote by tjahzi: 4/5

vote by z5: 3/5

vote by un0: 4/5

vote by Octane: 4/5

vote by stakka: 3/5

vote by at0m: 2/5

vote by cybernoid: 4/5

vote by DarQo: 5/5

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