Warp 1.5: Music
Back in 1987 the British (?) software company Thalamus released a famous
shoot-em-up game called "Delta" for the Commodore 64 home computer.
It featured some music by the highly skilled composer Rob Hubbard (not to be
confused with L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology) which I
thought would be neat to accompany my own little creation in the genre.
Nowadays there are several applications for
the C64 and its powerful
sound processor, MOS 6581, a.k.a. the SID (Sound Interface Device) chip.
There is even a special browser plug-in for it, but since I couldn't
very well expect the majority of people to be equipped with that,
I made sure to include the same music in a couple of more common formats,
MIDI and MOD.
The MIDI version was created by Geir Tjelta (email@example.com). I have
no idea who made the MOD file. Both are OK, but there ain't nothing like
the real thing, so get the SID plug-in if you can.
Software for playing...