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Help me to know this track on Arte-Tracks Demoscene

category: general [glöplog]

Track starting at ~ 03.50

Is this a prod ?

Does any1 knows artist / track.

Thanks alot dudes.

added on the 2008-04-20 12:28:43 by notorius notorius
it's Radix, track name: Transponder

added on the 2008-04-20 12:35:55 by substrate substrate
wow that was faucking fast dude, thanks alot o/
added on the 2008-04-20 12:44:25 by notorius notorius
if I remember right, this prod has it http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=5591
the documentation is kinda strange anyway :D
IIRC, Channel 5 has "yuki satellites" by radix (awesome track btw :p).
added on the 2008-04-21 19:53:37 by wullon wullon
saga, I think documentations/articles about "scenes" (of any kind, let it be graff, skateboarding, videogaming or rodeo) always seem strange to the "members" of the group/movement/whatsoever wich is reported on. Because those members are not the target group of such publications. (and things become odd when you're a journalist and a member of the scene that you have to report on at the same time...)
added on the 2008-04-21 20:09:35 by maw maw
strange or not - it is ooold... (it is from the year when the popular demo was released, which is - according to pouet - 2003).
added on the 2008-04-21 20:57:15 by mihi mihi
maw: Still, when they speak about the cracktros of the early 80s and how the demoscene evolved, why the fuck do they say in the beginning that "creating is the newest hype"?
Because tracks is a bunch of crap. Their gimmick is to talk about the newest thing you never heard off. So their niche is to talk (or fabricate) underground scenes and make a nice document out of it. A nice document you will forget quickly when you're a normal person, and that you will both reverse and revile if you're in the know.

It's a good example of how dishonest documentaries and "journalists" can be.
added on the 2008-04-21 21:34:47 by _-_-__ _-_-__
uhm, didnt thought there will be a clash about the 'informative' content in that docu.

Imho arte/tracks did a good job ( jajaja i know its old ).

From the point of journalism they kept it very objective. Of course its never been made for the guys whos hot into it, but for the 'normal' hard working man, who's chilling after some work @ evening in front of the TV who hasnt any clue.

I know there has been always fear in the 'underground' if somethings beeing hyped too much and getting commercialised (aka HipHop aka 3d-Gamers, and so on...), but artetracks is miles away from it.

Im just hoping, there wont be any big TV Show about 'Germany's Top-DemoScener' or something. And 2 days later masses of topics pop up like: "How do i make demos like farbrausch?"

If that happens, i become a "EMO-Scener" right away :p
added on the 2008-04-22 01:12:01 by notorius notorius
If I remember correctly, this demo features a remix of the track.
added on the 2008-04-22 01:15:01 by ham ham
Notorius, man I'm talking in general. They manage to make the "occasional" ok document. But if you check the one they did before farbrausch's (about chiptunes) .. this one was total crap. And if you check the latest they did at the main party in marseilles, this ones as well is total crap and misleading.

I had the displeasure to see their dubstep report as well.
added on the 2008-04-22 08:09:08 by _-_-__ _-_-__
i did everything i could to mislead the masses indeed :)
added on the 2008-04-22 10:34:32 by havoc havoc
solution : may be that's scener do the right thing for the scene
_-_-__: hm never saw any other one beside this, so i cant really say anything about that. On the other hand; there aren't that much major Tv-Companies out there, who's documenting such things, so I'm gratefull about that, including arthouse movies.

added on the 2008-04-23 02:09:31 by notorius notorius


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