Set Start

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Set Start
Composer Unknown
Released 1986-??-??
Title Origin Game Location
Loops No

Set Start is a ditty that plays at the beginning of each set in 180. The song's composer is unknown, but it is probably Jason Brooke as he is the only composer who has been credited in the first releases of the game (in the Atari 8-bit game). However, David Whittaker may also be the composer, as the HVSC credits him to the Commodore 64 release in the same year.

Games

180 (A8)

Platform - A8.png
180 (A8)
Output - POKEY.svg
180 - A8 - Game Set.png
Arranger Jason Brooke
Released 1986-??-??
Length 0:07
Format SAP

The song is rendered on the Atari 8-bit's C012294 chip.

180 (C64)

Platform - C64.png
180 (C64)
Output - SID.svg
Arranger David Whittaker
Released 1986-??-??
Length 0:07
Format SID

The song is rendered on the Commodore 64's 6581 chip.

180 (CPC)

Platform - CPC.png
180 (CPC)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1986-??-??
Format UNK

The song is rendered on the Amstrad CPC's AY-3-8912 chip.

180 (ZXS)

Platform - ZXS.png
180 (ZXS)
Output - AY.svg
Arranger Unknown
Released 1986-??-??
Length 0:07
Format AY

The song is rendered on the ZX Spectrum's AY-3-8912 chip.

180 (MSX)

Platform - MSX.png
180 (MSX)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1987-??-??
Format KSS

The song is rendered on the ZX Spectrum's AY-3-8910 chip.

180 (AMI)

Platform - AMI.png
180 (AMI)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1988-??-??
Format UNK

The song is rendered on the Amiga's 8364 chip.

180 (AST)

Platform - AST.png
180 (AST)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1988-??-??
Format SNDH

The song is rendered on the Atari ST's YM2149 chip.

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