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Computer game musicians revisited!


Click graphic to read this article I look back to the mid 1980's to the land of the sawtooth waveform and to one of the greatest Commodore 64 musicians of all time. Introducing Rob Hubbard, the musician and programmer who pushed the boundries of the 6581 Sid microprocessor to it's limits to produce some great music.
Click graphic to read this article In the late 80's whereas Rob Hubbard was banging out some great tunes on the Commodore 64, David Whittaker was composing music for the Sinclair Spectrum and Atari ST via the AY38910 / AY38912 sound microprocessor. Here is a look back in time at David Whittaker, Tatung Einstein computers and his inspirations for his music.
Click graphic to read this article I look back to the late 1980's to the legendary Tim Follin. Tim composed many pieces of music for the Sinclair Spectrum in which he squeezed multi channel sound out the machines one channel speaker. A feat which was thought impossible. I revisit one of Tim's machine code routines from a 1987 issue of Your Sinclair Magazine.
Click graphic to read this article A look back in time to the late 1980's, and to Ben Daglish, Gremlin software's in-house musician. Ben composed music for many computer games of that era for the Commodore 64, Atari ST and Spectrum 128k computers.