A guy who is supposebly so talented shouldn't have to rip off someone's tune.
WarezNewz wrote:I need to do some research to be 100% sure but I have a nagging feeling that the sound engine employed by the original artist was actually ripped from a commercially produced computer game.
As a 17-year-old schoolkid in 1983, Martin Galway used to write music for the BBC Micro, while some of his friends made games. Soon Martin realized that they could even make money, and approached Ocean Software. They liked the game (a Pac-Man clone), and Martin offered his skills as a musician.
Ocean were so impressed with his tunes that they let him borrow a complete assembly language development system, and he started composing right away.
During the eighties, Martin made music for many of the popular Commodore 64 games, and became one of the most famous SID artists. Galway is best known for his soaring, anthemic compositions, for making heavy use of the SID chip's ring modulation feature, and for compostions which made unconventional changes to SID register settings while notes were playing (producing his trademark echoey sound).
Kitlope wrote:The real tragedy is sweet innocent Nelly Furtado has turned herself into another typical MTV whore.
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