My computer music from the 90s

Discussion in 'Other media' started by McCormick, Sep 4, 2016.

  1. The 90's, when everything was so easy. ;D

    Thanks to an old friend we were able to recover some music I made back in the days that were meant for the gaming sector and or "The Party" in Denmark or "Assembly" in Finland...*sniff*, what memories :)

    Maybe there will be more, maybe not. There are graphics, demos and other artwork...some stuff Im really not proud of ;D
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  2. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    Love it!!
  3. ty, much appreciated :)
  4. Jamira

    Jamira Samurai Girl

    Hmmm ... pretty boring artificial music. Lame. No offense, old boy. At least you are still one who runs creative things. Compared to others: thumbs up!
  5. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    Well I suspect this is an age thing. For me this sort of music reminds me of my youth so I like it. It feels like home and I am in awe of people who can make this stuff or be creative in the "classic" (music/artwork) ways.

    But music is always a personal preference anyhow and I've found I've come to like different music as years have gone by. I never used to like dubstep or jazz even classical for example but eventually I found a connection to it that let me in. A recent discovery is this New wave Retro, vocaloids and electro swing about 3 weeks ago.

    When I was a kid there was a lot of "cool/uncool to like" around music these days I care not and my tastes are wide. Was rather amused by my new housemate saying "she hated" such and such music... well she is going to be in for a tough time here. The genres played are all over the place!!
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  6. Jamira

    Jamira Samurai Girl

    I agree. I was 15 when Woodstock happened - 1969 ;-) And I watched "The Last Waltz" in cinnema.

    McCormick must not be pissed of. I sent him a 3D model today as compensation ;-)
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