Revenge of the MODs

Greetings! I bring you a sample of my youth with a curated bunch of Commodore Amiga modules including one that memed its way into the Commodore Consciousphere back in the 90s.

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Studio Notes

This track is a little bit famous as it was the first of the Amiga Format magazine’s Mod-of-the-Month competition winners, following suite from CU Amiga’s long standing mod-of-the-month cover-disk feature. This came about due to Amiga Format launching a Cover CD that had more storage than they knew what to do with, so on they piled the reader’s modules.

Unfortunately some unscrupulous readers sent in ripped modules that either were not their own work or had considerable sampling from commercial works so after a few issues Amiga Format dropped the entire concept which was a shame.

Still, I got in the magazine, which was nice.

Despite the magazine mentioning a Kazoo, there was no such thing used. The vocals were just my voice into a microphone.

The lead to a game developer contacting me, I have written up as well as included that correspondence for posterity in a separate article.

Equipment used:

  • Commodore Amiga 500+ 2MB
  • Megalosound Turbo Sampler
  • CB Radio Echo-Microphone
  • Realistic Reverb/Delay Box

Cover Art

Vince the Ice Cream Van Man

Studio Notes

Recording the legendary ice cream van music off the CB radio as Vince tootled around Birmingham in his ice cream van as well as commentary from various other CB radio users around the area at the time.

Equipment used:

  • Commodore Amiga 500+ 2MB
  • Megalosound Turbo Sampler

Cover Art

And more:

If you would like to see more detailed information about these tracks, click here to view the catalogue