Forum comments in chronological order

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Jag tar inget ansvar för det som skrivs i forumet, förutom mina egna inlägg. Vänligen rapportera alla inlägg som bryter mot reglerna, så ska jag se vad jag kan göra. Som regelbrott räknas till exempel förolämpningar, förtal, spam och olagligt material. Mata inte trålarna.

Jan 2015


Mon 5-Jan-2015 01:29
Good job. You are becoming rather evil.

Making the Chipophone

Fri 9-Jan-2015 00:25
Thats great! How much are the costs for marterial?

Jerry , germany

Scene Spirit

Mon 12-Jan-2015 20:59
Hi Linus! Please let me know where I can donate you! -> forum(at)

The TTY demystified

Wed 14-Jan-2015 21:09
This is the best article I have ever read about tty.

Thanks a lot!

(fortune cookie)

Mon 19-Jan-2015 16:20
There's no solid proof he ever said this.

A case against syntax highlighting

Wed 21-Jan-2015 15:06
Thanks for your post. What is true is that you have to view the same thing in different ways...

I will start different modes of operation:
If I'm in a hurry: syntax highlighting
If I have time, I will relax myself: no syntax highlighting

SID theme search engine

Alexander Popov
Fri 23-Jan-2015 11:35
What's the tune playing around 7:00?
Linus Åkesson
Fri 23-Jan-2015 12:02

xaerox wrote:

What's the tune playing around 7:00?

Wait for the melody (at 7:28). Type it into the search engine: "agegaagechaed". There is only a single result, "DNA Warrior", and it is correct.

Safe VSP

Sun 25-Jan-2015 01:14
Wonderful tune, it is meditative, yet it rocks. Someone remix it into a full hour song please.

Scene Spirit

Sun 25-Jan-2015 10:24
Hi Linus! Long time fan here. I would like to make a request for a future post. It would be really interesting to learn more about your creative process when making SID-tunes. Both how you go about composing (piano first? whistling in the shower? arranging and composing simultaneously?), and more practically (tracker software, instrumentation, favourite environment, etc). Perhaps even a video with a tour of your customised setup?