Posts tagged ‘demoscene’

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Making the Machine – part 1

Preamble In hopes that most people enjoy makingof’s as much as I do, the following series of articles would be an attempt to describe the creation process of my Revision demo called “Machine” by Ümlaüt Design, both from a technical and artistic standpoint, and perhaps shed some light on a few easily avoidable mistakes I’ve […]

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The great demoscene sourcecode giveaway

Something really interesting started happening a few days ago, when the well-known demoscene group Farbrausch released the source codes for most of their projects and tools, including the coveted Werkkzeug 3 demo-making tool, as well as their compression techniques and the V2 software synthesizer. This extremely cool action seemed to trigger what can almost be […]

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Syncing your real-time graphics right

For me, as a musician and designer, the most exciting part of the visual aspects of making a demo is undoubtedly the direction, editing and synchronization with the music. The problem is of course that I’m not a coder. Enter GNU Rocket – the general purpose, ad-hoc tool that gives non-coders an intuitive interface to […]

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Making-of: Numb Res

Begin It was easter. We made a new demo for The Gathering 2011.Yea, that’s right – in Norway, not in Germany. I really wanted to do a new demo because I’ve been collecting new routines all winter, and it was high time they got into the wild. So about 3 weeks before easter Jani and I […]

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Making-of: Milk 2.5k

This is an attempt to describe a bit about how we made the 2.5k intro, “Milk” by The Compo Xaviours. There’s alot more that went into the intro than I’d like to admit, and I feel that should be documented here. But before I begin, there’s a bit of backstory to be understood. Going back […]

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Making-of: Spheres on a plane

This is a somewhat lengthy piece focused around our demo “Spheres on a plane”, and the technical aspects that went into making it. I should state early on that if you’re not interested in the demo (or any demo) or the way they’re made, this entry might not be for you. Before you read on, watch […]