Concept and Design: Chris Mason
Electronics: Chris Mason
The time period between around 1980 and 1990 is unique in the history of computer game music.
Before 1980 computers were mostly only capable of making a “Beep”
After 1990 advances in storage meant it was possible to store complete digital soundtracks.
This window between 1980-1990 is the time when computers started getting dedicated audio hardware and programmers began experimenting to see how far they could push it.
This was the soundtrack to my childhood.
Arcade Classics (C64) - Rob Hubbard
Monty On The Run (C64) - Rob Hubbard
Auf Wiedershen Monty (C64) - Rob Hubbard, Ben Daglish
One Man And His Droid (C64) - Rob Hubbard
Future Knight (C64) - Ben Daglish
Sacred Armour Of Antiriad (C64) - Richard Joseph
Hybris (Amiga) - Paul van der Valk
R-Type (Amiga) - Chris Huelsbeck
Deathstar Demo (Amiga) - Unknown
Klim’s Theme (Amiga) - U4IA
Gyruss (Arcade) - Masahiro Inoue
Outrun (Arcade) - Hiroshi Kawaguchi
Radio kindly donated by Alison Abernethy