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  Events : 8-bit Symphony
   posted by _Steve_ on 17-Nov-2018 19:03:53 (867 reads)

8-Bit Symphony concert box office opens at 10am today. Thanks for your part in making it happen: it started right here!
So, this is essentially a live performance of around a half of the box-set (they use the same orchestrations, so work done on the concert is work done on the box-set).

You can get tickets at:

Imagine sitting in a plush hall, familiar faces here and there, looking at an orchestra as big as the one that recorded Star Wars... then they start to play Comic Bakery... then build into a giant Ocean Loader that makes you proud to be there (this track is still NotePerformer WIP)

90+ minutes later, you're stunned by a succession of hits like Monty on the Run, Ghosts and Goblins, The Last Ninja®, Firelord, and more.

If you're already coming, check in at and share the event: this is the biggest thing C64 music has ever done.

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Re: 8-bit Symphony
Posted on 18-Nov-2018 15:35:26
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I would have missed it anyway, but as a point for the future, the time zone would be invaluable information.

I've decided to follow an awful lot of people I respect and leave AmigaWorld. If for some reason you want to talk to me, it shouldn't take much effort to find me.

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Re: 8-bit Symphony
Posted on 18-Nov-2018 18:24:18
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City Hall thats a shame the seating is terrible ,acoustics are good though. I will be going but the thought of sitting in a tightly packed hall full of similar aged gentlemen is not appealing :) ,I go (dramatic pause) for the 8bit music .

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Re: 8-bit Symphony
Posted on 19-Nov-2018 19:34:26
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Let's share and make a celebration!!!

Amiga is there? I don't care hahaha

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Re: 8-bit Symphony
Posted on 20-Nov-2018 21:53:25
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It is GMT (well it will be GMT+1 in June next year) - the logo takes you to the site set up for the symphony.

The performance is at 7:30pm on 15 June 2019 in Hull (North East coast of the England in the UK).

Last edited by _Steve_ on 20-Nov-2018 at 09:55 PM.

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