Stone Oakvalley’s Authentic SID Collection has probable been around for a while. I just found it, which makes it new for me. They have loads and loads of Commodore 64 music, including all my old tunes from the day. And the best part is that it’s in MP3- as well as in SID format. If you wonder how I started out making music, head on over to SOASC and listen to my old chip tunes. Click here!
Development of the dance arcade machine Pump it up pro 2 is now finished. Soon it will soon be shipped to arcades around the world and you can step dance to my track Mind your matter. Click here for the list of tracks available.
I now have a page for questions and answers. Check it out!
Mike Walters is a master of building strange new electronic instruments out of older parts. His latest finished project is the Drumssette – a four channel drum machine built out of a Tascam MF-P01 track cassette recorder. Click here to read more about it.
I have added the Word Press Super Cache plugin to the wordpress installation, so now Fogelberg.com loads much faster than before.
Yes! Tomorrow is my last day at work and then my four week summer vacation will FINALLY begin. I have been working on a new tune for a while but now it’s (hopefully) almost finished. I will post it on Soundcloud when it’s done. Then I will start on another remixing project of a Japanese artist.
Today is the Swedish midsummer – when children dance around a giant phallo symbol made of flowers while grownups have a legit reason to let their hair down and get really drunk. 🙂
Dutch DJ Eelke Kleijn has put my remix of Ricky Ryan’s track “Tokyo Tales” at number 4 on his top top list for June 2010.
I’ve been pretty sick for the last week or so but now I’m slowly getting back to “normal”. I’m working on a new track which I hope to finish soon. And the weather is finally getting better in Sweden which does add to the inspiration. The winter has been too long.