In the early 80s most kids where trying to convince their parents to use the limited 8-bit machines as a serious tool – only to end up playing the newest games. But in the 90s the young grown-ups have been updated to 16-bit. They developed software strategies and started to heavily use those limited bit-opportunities to express themselves artistically.
"Another visitor... stay a while." You know this part? Then stay forever! My name is Marco Breddin and i work as a journalist specialized in music, film and sound technology. I never forget about the era of home computers, where i was a member of the demoscene. 'The Microfunk' tries to catch up the many new approaches to electronic music, based on our grown 8/16-bit pop culture.