Set Start is a ditty that plays at the beginning or end of each set in 180.
The C64 version plays whenever you beat an opponent.
The song is rendered on the Commodore 64's SID chip. It sounds the same on every revision and is track 2 in the rip.
The Atari 8-bit port is one semitone lower.
The song is rendered on the Atari 8-bit's POKEY chip and track 2 in the rip.
The CPC port plays whenever you beat an opponent or the clock. It was recorded while winning in WinAPE Version 2.0 Beta 2 and is file 2 in the rip.
The ZX Spectrum version is two semitones lower.
It was recorded from Game Emu Player and is track 2 in the rip.
World Darts (AMI)
The Amiga port plays as you press the joystick button, the main menu scrolls out and the title screen fades in. The game has two bugs:
- The game calls the music driver twice as fast as it should, but the song still sounds nice and was recorded (but not ripped) as such.
- During the last chord, the title screen flips. While doing so, two sound effects are supposed to play, but since the driver did not yet support simultaneous music and sound effects, the chord is distorted instead. For recording, the driver was modified to not play sound effects.
The song was recorded from the main menu in WinUAE 4.3.0 and is track 2 in the JCB rip.
World Darts (ARC)
- deepsid.com/?file=/MUSICIANS/W/Whittaker_David/180.sid&subtune=2&tab=visuals&sundry=osc - Visualization of C64 arrangement.