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GOTO80 - Floptrik (3.5" floppy disk)

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Central Processing Unit - 00110000 (CPU048)

16th June 2017

 

01. Monday Night

02. Automatas

03. Varkex

04. Varken

05. Oso

06. Dansa In

07. Birds on Fire Note

08. Dr. Step

09. Fist of Trade 03:29

10. In the name of the sword

 

http://shop.cpurecords.net/album/floptrik

 

http://www.goto80.com/

http://cpurecords.net/

 

Goto80 presents a 3.5" floppy disk of Commodore 64 music & videos

 

Goto80 aka Anders Carlsson is a lo-fi artist and researcher who has been called “the most prolific chiptune artist in the world”. Since his first steps on the demoscene in 1992 he has developed a unique mix of 8-bit pop, beats and craft.

 

The file on the 3.5” floppy disk is a 170 kilobyte Commodore 64 disk image that can be loaded into VICE, a program that runs on Windows, Linux or Mac, which runs programs intended for old 8-bit Commodore computers.

 

Half of the tracks are generative remixes and sound different each time they're played. The other half come with synchronized PETSCII-visuals.

Edited by vincentvc

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I like that preview track! Sweet filter action on that SID.

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Bah, he should've gone the whole hog and actually bunged it on a 5¼'' C64 formatted floppy

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Oh my, Wikipedia has now gone all Web2.0 !

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Bah, he should've gone the whole hog and actually bunged it on a 5¼'' C64 formatted floppy

He did one on a C64 cart,

 

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and a 12" cut to look like a 5" floppy

 

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I might actually have to buy this damn floppy.

 

Oh my, Wikipedia has now gone all Web2.0 !

It's just the mobile version of the site. Drop the 'm' and you get: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goto80

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Bah, he should've gone the whole hog and actually bunged it on a 5¼'' C64 formatted floppy

He did one on a C64 cart,

 

and a 12" cut to look like a 5" floppy

 

That's wild - love it. I'm sure I've got some Goto80 stuff but I can't remember where I got them from!

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Shit this is awesome! Good one CPU. I hope they release a digital download as well, I dont really feel like getting my windows XP tower out from storage

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