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  • 10th March 2013
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Decided to bring some very old songs to life again out from the grave from the amiga soundtracker / protracker days. 3-4 of these songs were in demo releases back in 87-89ish. I do not recall the demo names but am actively contacting old friends to see if we can dig them up for you all! I wish I still had my SIDS songs but they were all lost to a HD crash very long ago. Sorry about that :(

Early days:
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Scott Lee aka (Micro Pro (C64) 1982 / Crystal Warrior(Amiga) 1986-1988 / Dezacrator 1989-Today)
SysOp: Druids Keep / Commodore Connection / West Coast USA BBS scene - C-NET BBS / BBS-PC! 1983 - 1990 (Both commodore 64 and amiga systems)

Joined Crusaders very briefly 1987 then Fantasy. (Carmine / Crypt Roamer) Last group was Agile / Silents (Josh / Quinn).

Recently:
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Scott Lee aka (Crystal Warrior / Dezacrator / Micro Pro) moved from sid/mod/midi songs to working on video games / TV productions. Titles have included "THQ Summoner PSX2, Novalogic Delta Force Xtreme, Descent: Freespace 2, Intel DVD logo, etc. Scott does alot of video game soundtracks, TV / Film these days.

Greetings:
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Greets go out to: Melon Dezign, Dr. Awesome, Fleshbrain, Mage (Elenzil), The Trooper (Saxonlight), Quinn (Agile), Crypt Roamer, Thrash Maniac, Hackrat (Fantasy), Dr. Chip (Red Sector), Surfer Bob, Gizmo, The Red sector team, Bamiga, Defjam, Irn_Mdn, Fairlight, and the rest of the old timers. Glad I could share these with you all. Some are short but good memories of long ago.


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http://www.youtube.com/user/Dezacrator?feature=mhee

DEMOSCENE BIO:
http://amp.dascene.net/forum/index.php/topic,489.msg2605.html#msg2605

A few more details I wanted to add to this discussion.

I finally found my BBSLIST info here on the national bbslist registry.

http://bbslist.textfiles.com/805/

(Search for Druid's Keep Westlake)

Also I just started doing a hollywood club here in Hollywood, Ca that is supporting full demo scene content! [img]https://fbcdn-sphotos-h-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/941081_10151701547176454_1592637587_n.jpg[/img]

Gargaj was kind enough to allow Conspiriacy demos to be played. My idea is to expose more of the scene to a new crowd!

Kevin Macks Son is Ray Mack and our main musician! Here check out who Kevin Mack is.

http://zine.bitfellas.org/article.php?zine=14&id=16

This is huge for the people that love this scene! Lastly, it will be broadcasted worldwide on Digital Imported FM Radio!

https://www.facebook.com/events/310099675787186/

Lastly here was our privious party, no demoscene stuff that time but this is just the beginning of this reboot!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l90kyt_ueA

Best,
Scott Lee
Official Website
https://www.youtube.com/c/ScottLeeOfficialWebsite






Scott Lee's messages

Last 10 messages:
From: Scott Lee To: majormusic
21:39 on 13th March 2013
Scott Lee

majormusic: I really write all types of music. Orchestral, EDM, really depends. Sometimes the visuals of a game breed something with bite, texture and blending of many things. Thats what makes it fun :)

Re: Great stuff here Scott! Huge fan of the sound you create here. What genre does most of your music for video games fall into? I would love to hear more!


From: majormusic
17:09 on 11th March 2013
majormusic

Great stuff here Scott! Huge fan of the sound you create here. What genre does most of your music for video games fall into? I would love to hear more!


From: Scott Lee To: Impaler
23:24 on 10th March 2013
Scott Lee

Impaler: Nice! I have so many fond memories of this era. Was a magical journey working with less, and creating more. The subculture, the community of like-minded creative free thinkers.

Re: My first Computer in 1989 was a C64. In 1990 my parents bought me a Amiga 500:-)


From: Impaler
17:32 on 10th March 2013
Impaler

My first Computer in 1989 was a C64. In 1990 my parents bought me a Amiga 500:-)


From: Scott Lee
22:58 on 8th March 2013
Scott Lee

Hi All! I still have alot of tracks. Around 500+ that I can pull off my Amiga 500 disk and Amiga 3000T HD. All songs are also the original 4 channel soundtracker / protracker form from the amiga. Best, Scott


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