This collection of tracks was available on Mp3.com
in the late 90s during the site's heyday. It was an awesome experience being part of that early wave of Mp3.com
artists, and the pay per play revenue sharing model covered my rent for several critical months until I found work at a sound studio. Sadly that grassroots boom was (temporarily) snuffed out once the site was purchased by major label Universal Music Group who decided to refocus the site on their catalog of signed artists.
Instrumentation: Soundblaster AWE64 with 4MB of onboard RAM (yes DPC was made entirely with a PC sound card plus a lot of creative sampling & tone shaping). Not to be forgotten, the keyboard controller was a creaking Casio CT-670 with wonderfully spongy action.