Thomas in 2004
Thomas started making music on the
C64 in 1988. He joined
Vibrants in 1989 as the third member, and immediately started using
JCH's Music Editor.
He composed almost 1000 tunes on the C64 alone, but he has also composed music for
several other computer formats. In 1996, he joined
Maniacs of Noise.
Thomas lives in Aalborg,
Denmark today, together with his girlfriend. He works as a psychologist and is chief of a psychiatric unit
treating people with personality disorders.
He is still an active composer and have produced music for various games on
Tunes encoded in digital formats such as MP3 or
Ogg Vorbis. Some are remixed recordings of older tracker tunes while others
are full MIDI recordings.
All the music Drax composed in FT2 is
presented in one reasonably big page. It also includes the music he composed for
Maniacs of Noise.
All the worktunes Drax composed in JCH's NewPlayer series.
Also contains the early works in Soundmonitor and Future Composer.
All the music Drax released in JCH's NewPlayer series.
Also contains music done in unique players as well as the newest stuff in
Laxity's NewPlayer v21.
Contains the AdLib music by most members of Vibrants
composed in JCH's EdLib editor. Also includes three special tunes with a
10th digitized track.
A collection of modules composed in old
music editors and trackers. In other words, everything that wasn't composed
in FastTracker 2 can be found here.
The boxes in the middle will lead you to the pages with all the music. If you have
SidPlay installed on your computer,
you can hear the music in the C64 pages right away. If you would rather want
to download the SID music for offline pleasure, go to the
High Voltage collection.
The AdLib music can be played with a
plug-in for Winamp or
XMPlay. It also plays the three tunes that
has a 10th digitized track. A few very old tunes are not supported by any known plug-in, but there are
links to MP3 versions in this case.
In the page with the FastTracker 2 music, I strongly recommend that you use
the XMPlay application. You can use
ModPlug Player if you want, but none
of them will play
all the tunes correctly. XMPlay may also apply cool effects such as e.g. surround sound or reverb.