/* modern_chiptunes.h * * This album was created as an entry to "Auld Lang Sine 2", an online * music contest - see http://als.ubikmusic.org/ for more details. * * A chiptune is a song played by a microchip. "Modern Chiptunes" means * the tracks on this album were generated by a set of C programs, with * no other processing (except to convert to MP3). */ #ifndef MODERN_CHIPTUNES_H #define MODERN_CHIPTUNES_H #define ARTIST "Andrew Kay" #define HANDLE "Warfreak2" #define URL "http://warfreak2.org.uk" char tracks[][] = { "1 - Microprocessor 1", // Just a short intro. "2 - Live Wire 3", // This song was originally an improv. "3 - Automatic 1", // More electronic stuff. "4 - Sacred Place 4", // Very vaguely dance-ish. I'm evil. "5 - Silicon 1", // Mood-based electronic-ness. "6 - PRNG 1", // Atonal/percussion/rhythmic noise. "7 - Fingerprint 5", // A short melodic intermission. "8 - Ternary 1", // Slow, 9:8 timing. "9 - Overclocked 1", // Fast drums and staccato synths. "A - Automatic 2", // Ambient revisit of earlier track. "B - Fluid 1", // A chord flows between different sounds. "C - Output 4" // Smooth outro. }; #define COPYRIGHT "2005, Warfreak2" /* Other credits: * Some synthesis ideas were based on theory from Sound on Sound * magazine's "Synth Secrets". * Code fragments for many Butterworth filters were generated by * WinFilter, a freeware program written by Adrian Kundert. * Track 2 was originally an improvisation between Xios and myself. He * did the percussion, which isn't carried over into this arrangement * so he only gets a mention :P */ #endif