|Format||Commodore 64 Demo|
|Programming||Odie and Mr Mouse|
|Graphics||Odie and Mr Mouse|
|Release date||6th July 2018|
|External links||CSDb|| |
Developed in in co-operation with Mr Mouse of Xentax and utilising Odie's newly written OPL2 music driver, Odie FM is Cosine's first delve into the realms of FM-powered music on the C64. There are six tunes to listen to within this demo, some are conversions of Odie's own compositions and others are covers including Noisy Pillars by Jeroen Tel of the Maniacs Of Noise and Rob Hubbard's theme for the Game Killer cartridge from Robtek.
In order to hear music during this demo your C64 will need to be equipped with either Xentax's recently created FM-YAM cartridge or Commodore SFX Sound Expander which must be upgraded with a Yamaha YM3812 sound chip) or