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Help fund Internet Archaeology's very first pressing, Now That's What I Call MIDI
Help fund Internet Archaeology's very first pressing, Now That's What I Call MIDI
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    1. Eike Swegat on May 12, 2011

      yay today I recieved the record. thank you very much and greetings from germany!

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      fabnie on May 7, 2011

      I just received my copy of the record and just can't stop listening to it. great stuff, thanks again for the idea and everyone who helped realizing this fantastic project!

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      Nick Seaver on April 23, 2011

      this is so good

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      Daniel Gast on April 20, 2011

      Oh, man. This turned out to be the most awesome impulse purchase since I bought that box full of Soviet calculators on eBay in the late nineties. Thank you very much!

    5. Nurettin Mert AYDIN on April 3, 2011

      Any update on the shipments? Have you started shipping the vinyls?

    6. Bryan Bortz on January 21, 2011

      Any timeline yet?

    7. Nullsleep on January 3, 2011

      Yeah, let's do it. Give me a call.

    8. Ryder Ripps Creator on December 24, 2010

      @nullsleep im away in LA till the 3rd!!! You free the 4th? See ya in the 11!!

    9. Nullsleep on December 23, 2010

      @ryder meetup early next week for the OPL3 midi recording session?

    10. Ryder Ripps Creator on December 12, 2010

      ill bring over floppy

    11. Ryder Ripps Creator on December 12, 2010

      @nullsleep dude that would totally rule! Are you free sometime Wednesday night?

    12. Nullsleep on December 12, 2010

      Totally agree with Dragan.

      Ryder, I have an old IBM laptop with OPL3 soundcard. Let me know if you want to put it to use for this.

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      Dragan Espenschied (deleted) on December 10, 2010

      BTW, if this works out you could also pump out the Intl. Facebook songs compilation.

    14. Ryder Ripps Creator on December 10, 2010

      @Dragan will look into this

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      Dragan Espenschied (deleted) on December 10, 2010

      Dudes, i will support this project, IF:
      you will use the Microsoft General MIDI synth or an Adlib OPL3 Soundcard to record the MIDIs. If you use Quicktime it will not end up good.

    16. Ryder Ripps Creator on December 10, 2010

      Isn't "jams" spelled "jamz"?

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      Nuts McGullan on December 10, 2010

      So you guys contacted the original composers of these 90s jams, as well as the people who sequenced the MIDIs based on those tunes, to get full permission and licensing to profit off their art, labor, and intellectual property, right? (For that matter, I'm impressed you also managed to license the "Now That's What I Call" trademark from Virgin/EMI for use on a music compilation.)