Music

AmigaRemix: The place for Amiga Game- and Demo-music Remixes!

High Voltage SID Collection: The High Voltage SID Collection (HVSC) is a freeware hobby project which organises Commodore 64 music (also known as SID music) into an archive for both musicians and fans alike. The work on the collection is done completely in the Team and contributors' spare time and is proudly one of the largest and most accurate computer music collections known.

OverClocked ReMix: Founded in 1999, OverClocked ReMix is a community dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of video game music as an art form. Its primary focus is ocremix.org, a website featuring thousands of free fan arrangements, information on game music and composers, resources for aspiring artists, and a thriving community of video game music fans.

Remix64: This site is a portal to the surprisingly unified world of Commodore music remixing and music, containing news, reviews, charts and chat, and this file is your guide to the scene we love.

RKO: The Def Guide to C64 MP3 remakes. I bet you can't do this on a SID!

Stone Oakvalley's Authentic SID Collection (SOASC=): The SOASC= project is an automated recording technique invented by me (Stone Oakvalley) in order to mass-record music from the legendary Commodore 64 and its original SID sound chips (6581 and 8580), including variations of 6581, such as R2,R3 and R4!

Classic Videogames RADIO: We play the greatest chiptune bits of games and demoscene from 80´s and 90´s! Let yourself be carried away into the sound worlds of long-forgotten computer games and cracker intros.

kohina: Old school game and demo music.

SceneSat: SceneSat is a charitable association (Swedish ideell förening, 802517-7323) focused on bringing the demoscene to more people than it would otherwise reach. We aim to play the best music from every corner of the scene. Our goal is to make more people aware of the scene. There are just so many talented musicians in the scene that it would be a shame if they were only heard in the scene. You will not find a larger mass of musical talent anywhere else than in the scene. These artists make the music because they love it - not because they need to sell a album like the commercial mainstream artists - and you can hear that it is music made with soul. Computer music is NOT just bleeps and noise. It is just as good as commercial music and in some cases even better.. and we will prove it. Just tune in and have a listen for yourself.

SLAY Radio: SLAY Radio is an internet-based radio station, transmitting from Gothenburg (Göteborg) in Sweden and relaying to several other relays. Normally, it automatically plays from its internal playlist of Commodore 64 remixes that have mainly come from R:K:O and the commercial CDs at C64Audio.com. Members of the SLAY Radio website can also make requests from the playlist. On certain days of the week, usually starting at 20:00 CET (GMT+1) (but this time can change), there are also live shows, hosted by one or more DJs. The live shows have their own “feel” depending on the DJ(s) that are hosting the shows. They mainly still play tunes from R:K:O, but sometimes also play tunes that have been exclusively made for the show in question, for for SLAY Radio in general, or is a tune that the DJ(s) think are relevant to the “scene”. Also, tunes that are not from the Commodore 64 can be played.

The SID Station: Commodore 64 music 24/7.

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