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Computer Generated Musics (CGM)


For the demo scene


I you want to know what the demo scene and demo making are, please switch there: http://www.demoscene.tv and follow the other links. Almost all songs I did as a demo maker were for computer animations inside the IRIS team. IRIS was a French group of demo making founded in the late 1980s. After a break of ten years, in 2006, I became so nostalgic of that period that I decided to start/enter a group. With XT95, I co-founded FRequency. @lx ex-ACE of IRIS joined us very quickly.


Between 1988 and 1994 I composed CG Musics on my Amiga 500 and 1200 under the pseudonym ulrick.


Most of the ziks I made between 1988 and 1994 are available on Soundcloud with more recent ziks I've done for FRequency: Soundcloud.


For Game


I also had the opportunity to compose the songs of a computer game, "Explora III - Sous le signe du serpent", edited by Infomedia and available for Amiga and Atari ST. A few screenshots are available from Lemon Retro Store here. The tunes are available from MirSoft here and, Unexotica there. An interview and a few screenshots were compiled by Blood, Largo and Ranx at their Alone in the Past 's web site. Another Interview can be found at Amiga Music Preservation on when and why I started CGM.  More recently, I gave an interview to futurepresent.fr about my experience as French oldschooler in today's demoscene.


68000 Assembly code


I did intros and demos on Amiga, one of which can be found there (more graphs by Deflector for this demo are here). I am no longer coding in low-level languages.


You can contact me at ulrick@frequency.fr