Saturday, 22 June 2019

PixelPlus player for CODEF

Here is the obligatory CODEF conversion of the latest webmusic player by Juergen Wothke! Here is the webPixel+ player for PxTone Collage & Organya music files. Respective formats were created by
Daisuke "Pixel" Amaya for STUDIO PIXEL.
Thanks as always to Juergen for all of his hard work!

Friday, 21 June 2019

The 24 Hour Screen by TCB from Syntax Terror

Time to go back to the ST! I saw on a Facebook Group the other day, an old TCB screen I had long forgotten about, so decided that it deserved the CODEF remake treatment.... so here it is, the 24 Hour Screen by TCB from the Syntax Terror demo!

Hope you enjoy it as much as you may have done first time around! :-)

Monday, 6 May 2019

Nintendo DS webaudio player

Using the latest WebAudio player by Juergen Wothke, which this time plays music files from the Nintendo DS - I have made the obligatory CODEF version!

Plenty of great tunes available at FTP/Modland for you to enjoy! Have fun!

Friday, 26 April 2019

Oracle Ball Scroller

Hey! I thought it was time for a new remake, and saw a cool post on one of the Cracktro pages showing a cool screen by Oracle, called Ball Scroller..... so here it is, is CODEF form! Right-click to change songs (as per the original), and lots of cool bubble-type graphics! Enjoy!

Friday, 12 April 2019

Atari ST Quartet music webaudio playback with CODEF

Does anyone reading this remember the Atari ST four channel digi-sample playback software QUARTET? 

It was marketed by Microdeal, and was "kind of" the first ST version of the four channel digi sounds as used on the Amiga with Soundtracker (although the actual Soundtracker software came to the ST a short while later). In the meantime, Quartet was used for games and demos, and unusually was based on the traditional music stave system unlike the sequencer style of the various Sound Trackers.

Anyway, enough history - thanks once again to Juergen Wothke, and his amazing UADE players, a recent update means now Quartet tunes are now supported. As demonstrated in my CODEF example here...

Enjoy the retro goodness! :-)

Saturday, 6 April 2019

TCB Tracker webaudio playback with CODEF

Using the latest version of the UADE player by Juergen Wothke (as used in his PlayMOD project), I was able to add-in the TCB Tracker support into the webAudio UADE - so now Atari ST fans can playback their favourite 4 channel digi tunes, made with the TCB Tracker! Yay!

Head over to my website to see a working demo...

Enjoy! :-) 

Sunday, 31 March 2019

WebAudio SunVox Player!

Using the latest webaudio player by Jürgen Wothke, for the SunVox system, here is my obligatory CODEF re-jig!

Thanks as always to Jürgen for all of his hard work, and allowing us to share his code!

Tuesday, 26 March 2019


On many of the demoscreens I have written, in order to achieve the various effects, I use a command called globalCompositeOperation.

We can not only draw new shapes behind existing shapes but we can also use it to mask off certain areas, clear sections from the canvas (not limited to rectangles or simple shapes) and more.

globalCompositeOperation = type

This sets the type of compositing operation to apply when drawing new shapes, where type is a string identifying which of the twelve compositing operations to use.

If you goto the link below, the various types of operation can be tested and seen in use.

Monday, 18 March 2019

Alpha Flight Jungle Dreams 3 Intro from the Amiga

Today's remake is another one from the Commodore Amiga, this time it's Alpha Flight, and their "Jungle Dreams #3" Pack Disk Intro which has it's day in CODEF!

Nice little tune, and a nice look - also a quick 90 minute remake! :-) Enjoy!

Friday, 8 March 2019

Paradox 28 Amiga Intro

I recently saw a cool BBS Packdisk Intro from the Amiga, Paragon 28 - just loved the ideas in it - a great tune, nice font, and some really cool EQ bars! So I thought I just HAD to do a quick remake! 

I hope you enjoy it...