Demoscene at Wikipedia

Adok - 09:27 1 February 2019 #

The article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demoscene is pretty good, but:

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IMHO, we should make an effort to get these issues fixed, so that the article will be a finely crafted Wikipedia article.

Adok - 09:28 1 February 2019 #

Oh, and of course the Concept section needs to be somewhat rewritten:

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Weedsuz - 12:40 6 February 2019 #

Wikipedia is a brand name. We are instead trying to build a brand, based on the indie scene, where as before, people compete for the demoqueens, with Malala being an honorary queen, representing the educational aspect.

See also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyZTWMjM96s

Weedsuz Elwood "Sick On Monday", Alice Cooper "Schools Out" Mashup, video by Spaceballs, Weedsuz enhanced.


Weedsuz - 12:42 6 February 2019 #

We also in this aspect, suggest horizontal tracking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4v30eZqseew


Weedsuz - 13:11 6 February 2019 #

This track also uses "6 channels", while on chords allowing also chordmixing. This mindset also scales to vintage computers, and in this video, Monty also sets out to fix The 32K Scene. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDs9k5tMBkk

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