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The Commodore Story - Changing the world 8-bits at a time

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    The Commodore Story is a cram packed 2 hour documentary film that takes us through Commodore's evolution from the 70's to the 90's from the PET, Vic20, C64 to the Amiga and beyond including the very rare C65 and the retro wave of nostalgic events and Commodore/Amiga related products hitting the market today.

    Music fans will enjoy the added bonus documentary The Chiptune Story - Creating retro music 8-bits & 16-bits at a time. That looks at Commodore's contributions to sound design. Beyond the keys, the Commodores SID sound chips remain as the longest lasting legacy of the company. Long after the computers themselves were useless. The SID continued to fuel to an entire genre of game music that is more popular than ever, today.
    Type: Documentary
    Year: 2018
    Total Time: 120 mins
    Styles: Chiptune, Disco, Soundtrack, Synth-Pop, Techno
    Formats: Blu Ray, Digital / Download
    Liscense: Copyright
    Andy Finkel
    Ben Daglish
    Bil Herd
    Chris Huelsbeck
    Dave Haynie
    David Murray
    David Pleasance
    Gail Wellington
    Hedley Davis
    Jack Tramiel
    Jeff Porter
    Kenny Mcalpine
    Leonard Tramiel
    Mark Knight
    Michael Tomczyk
    R.j. Mical
    Randell Jesup
    Rob Hubbard
    Ron Nicholson
    Trevor Dickinson
    Director: Steven Fletcher
    Producer: Steven Fletcher, Torsten Franz, Trevor Dickinson
    Soundtrack: Harry Filby, Matthew Fletcher, Tristan Kane
    Cinematography: Matthew Fletcher
    Sound: Matthew Fletcher
    Studio: WavemStudios
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