Commodore 64 Orchestra

Submitted by: ............ 8 years ago in Entertainment

The C64 orchestra is reviving, in classical form, the music from classic Commodore 64 games from the 1980s.
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Male 55
I had the privelege of owning a C-64 when I was younger, the games were fantastic, and I can still remember the music. Captain Blood was my favorite game, I wish I could find a copy.
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Male 2,553
xD nice try but it sounds bad.
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Male 326
Fckin` A!
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Male 8,302
LOL this is even more impressive given that the C64 had no real sound support built in - to even produce a beep you had to POKE about 15 memory locations in machine code. Sound was really slow to take off on the C64, but the software cracking teams produced the best music by far off it, "back in the day".
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Female 15,763
I didn`t even know what the hell a C64 was...
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Male 395
Nice, but guys and gals, anyone who likes this should check out Machinae Supremacy, they combine an old C64 SSID music chip with some really good rock to create GREAT music! =) www.myspace.com/machinaesupremacy
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Male 274
Well at least someone found something useful to do with the Commodore 64. I still preferred the Atari 800. Wrote my very first program on an Atari, were as the C64 was a piece of junk. }-)
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Female 718
wow thats actually enjoyable. especially the begining
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Male 2,593
Well, I`m glad I could stop that one. The sound was annoying
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Male 1,853
If I hadn`t known that it was from the C64, I would have thought the beginning was from some 1700s composer.
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Male 17,512
LOL!

Never would`ve thought the crappy C64 music would ever be played by an orchestra.

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Male 1,894
somehow it sounds better to me without the orchestra. Not enough Bleep, Bleep, Bleep anymore...
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Male 21
Link: Commodore 64 Orchestra [Rate Link] - The C64 orchestra is reviving, in classical form, the music from classic Commodore 64 games from the 1980s.
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