In this wicked ZX Spectrum 128 demo released at Sundown 2009 two weekends ago (where it took first place in the Oldskool competition), Evilpaul demonstrates what could possibly be "the first 'proper' tape streaming demo on the Spectrum."

The coder explains, "We use tiny delays in the loading routines to stream the new code, run the current effect, and play the music." And if that sounds too technical for you, Evilpaul also channeled Pimp My Ride host Xzibit for this summary: "Yo dawg, I heard you like demos so I put a demo in your demos so you can watch a demo while you load your demos." Brilliant.

You can download the Spectrum demo from Ate Bit Productions, though you should keep in mind that the program will likely not work properly in most a few emulators without some fiddling.

[Via TCTD]