Using a Commodore Amiga running Laurie Spiegel’s Music Mouse program, composer Vito Ricci recently put together a series of tracks that test the limits of the home computer system. These compositions were commissioned by Sanna Almajedi and Gary Abugan, who are currently involved in putting together an art exhibition in New York City based around the Amiga and its usage within music. The first release Ricci’s Symphony For Amiga, features six tracks of bizarre computer music that sounds unlike anything we’ve heard from the Commodore Amiga before. You can purchase the compilation for € 22,97 on the webstore of Junorecords.

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