More about April Sun: More about the new tune I posted yesterday ( April Sun ). There is one thing I'm quite proud of in this tune. The lead melody guitar with all of that soloing stuff was recorded in one take, the first and only take! So I guess I'm starting to get the hang of playing guitar ;-). I got the wrong note in the beginning of the chorus, but I fixed that with a little editing. I also removed some solo parts, but that's it... The many takes you can see on track 3 (in the picture) was for the spoken words. The extra take on track 7 and 15/16 was for the demo I made first.
Exactly 9 years ago I made a ...
My Lacy Marie: A very dear person to me was corresponding with me tonight when during the conversation I happened to remember something that happened 15 years ago and I had literally had chosen to NOT remember it. I need to air this and since those of you here are my favorite soap-box crowd to sound off in front of, I think I will.
About 15 years ago, I was living in California and I was living a relatively happy life. I had a good job, good friends, and a good outlook. Not perfect, mind you, but whose other than Bill Gates' ever is? I happened to be in one of my upbeat phases and I had a girlfriend who me...
Commodore 64 and Vic-20 programming challenge: 358 bytes of Basic V2!: Write something (anything really) in just 358 bytes of basic code. (The .prg file can be at most 360 bytes). Why 358 bytes? Well, that's 1/10 of the memory of an unexpanded vic-20.
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By Anders Persson
Programmed on a real PAL vic-20. Runs in both unexpanded and expanded mode.
The NTSC version is tested in VICE only.
By Anders Persson
That's right, it's a 358 byte version of this...