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The second edition of dubCRT, produced by Shareware Plus with a new package design, is available now. This is a C-64 cartridge with songs and reactive PETSCII-visuals that can be tweaked, remixed, and destroyed. There's also 11 fresh remixes! From the Facebook-post:
The first batch of 25 dubCRT's are now ready to order!
Simply send £65 GBP to sales[at]sharewareplus[dot]com making sure you include your full name & address. For tracking please add £5 GBP.
We expect the first batch to sell out quickly over the weekend and a second batch will be available in two weeks.
There's a long feature on DUBCRT in RESET Magazine #9.5, that you can pdf-read here. Tim from DataDoor talks about the background and inspirations to the project and me, 4mat and iLKke say a few things as well.
As mentioned in the interview, a new batch will be made soon so stay sharp if you don't want to miss it! Uh, meaning: stay tuned at Shareware PLUS.
Get it here (throughout November).
Looking for the actual cartridge? Shareware Plus are making new ones that will be available in the phuture.
It's finally out! DUBCRT is a music album, interactive light synthesizer and remix-gadget released as a Commodore 64 cartridge. It holds 8 songs with inter-reactive PETSCII-visuals coded by 4mat, with graphics made by iLKke. Get it on Bandcamp (very limited edition). The audio release has recordings of the songs (8580 and 6581 mixed together) and remixes by Datassette, Julien Mier, Mesak, Faderunner, ssaliva, Anomie, Sm0hm, Tim Koch, Jellica, Brännvall and Extraboy. Get it on Bandcamp too! A 19-minute jam with some of the songs from DUBCRT, performed in defMON on C64 together with a delay pedal.
On Sunday my next cassette, 0407, will be released on Data Airlines. Phwah, cassettes are so mainstream I hear you say. Well, then I've got something for you (soon) - a C64-cartridge by the name of DUBCRT. It has music, generative PETSCII-graphics, LEDs, and hidden parts presented in a mysteriously interactive mega interface. Made by me, iLKke and 4mat, and organized by DataDoor.
More about this later. For now, let's focus on cassettes!