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Computer » Commodore 64/128Arkanoid - High-Score Have video

Author: flag Martin Galway

Production Label: LabelImagine Software
Uploaded By: flag franz_opa

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Song Length: 1:17
Release Year: 1987
Song Status: Active
Song Bitrate: 320 kbps
Song Source: Game
Song Platform: PlatformComputer » Commodore 64/128


Additional Information:

arranged from the arcade game, the original song by Hisayoshi Ogura

stone oakvalley's recording
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Regarding "sampled drums" in this record:
(Galway himself in the interview)

"I figured out how samples were played by hacking into someone else's code ... OK, I admit it ... It was a drum synthesizer package called Digidrums, actually, so you could still say I was the first to include samples in a piece of music. [...] Never would I claim to have invented that technique, I just got it published first. In fact, I couldn't really figure out where they got the sample data, just that they were wiggling the volume register, so I tried to make up my own drum sample sounds in realtime - which is the flatulence stuff that shipped in Arkanoid."

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Computer » Amiga (500 / 600 / 1200 / 2000 / 3000 / 4000)Dyrre by flag LizardKing (Gustaf Grefberg)
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Arkanoid - Box Art - C64/C128
Arkanoid - Box Art - C64/C128
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Arkanoid - Title Screen - C64/C128
Arkanoid - Ingame Screen - C64/C128
Arkanoid - Ingame Screen - C64/C128
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