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z5_
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#1 - Posted: 4 Nov 2004 18:03
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There was a period in the Amiga scene that techno demos were really in vogue. Demos like coma, state of the art, jesus on e's,...

So what were the best techno demos? I still remember Coma (which really should find it's way to A.D.A someday), State of the art, 9 fingers, Jesus on e's and that one stunning but very old Humanoid demo. But i can't think of others. So any hints would be welcome.
Anonymous
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#2 - Posted: 8 Jan 2005 18:19
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I remember an old demo from Adict called Mayday Resistance. Check it out at: ftp://de.aminet.net/pub/aminet/demo/funet/Maydayresistan.lha
Ralph Wiggum
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#3 - Posted: 8 Jan 2005 18:20
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Ups, that was me. I was´nt logged in the forums :)
rload
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#4 - Posted: 9 Jan 2005 14:01
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techno demos? what are they really? what makes a demo techno? repeating of parts? one style? mixing two parts shown individually? they are more music video like too.. why? :)
Anonymous
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#5 - Posted: 15 Jan 2005 21:06
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Just to add a few:

"Jesus on Cheese" by "SHITTS" - okay, it's just a parody, but nonetheless it's more kick ass than Jesus on Es and has it's own charme (and an brilliant acid track in the mainpart and cool chillout on endpart (including trippy, wobbly starfield ;))

"NoTech" by "Bass/Drifters" - oh well, fast GFX, nice interferences and some other effects, main part get's boring after a while, but it's done solidly. Love the endtrack, though that seems the last original aspect of the whole demo, just dunno what that music is...

If you're really into cheesy, early 90ies Techno (aka James Brown is dead), give "Manic Raves II" by "Logic System Productions" a try, music is not original, lotsa complete sampling going on (you can tell alone by this demo's 5 disks), but it's also done quite nice, even has a game included, spoken credits, a Bart Simpson animation and an Michael Jackson track in the endpart... :)
Anonymous
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#6 - Posted: 15 Jan 2005 21:08
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for "NoTech" it should read:

...Love the endtrack, though that seems the *LEAST* original aspect of the whole demo, just dunno what that music is...

 

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