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Thread: Does Anyone Dig Chiptunes?

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    Jeffy

    Talking Does Anyone Dig Chiptunes?

    I am a chiptunes artist and have been working with dot-matrix gameboys (1989) and LsDJ (which is a music tracking software for it) for about 6 months now. I make pop/dance/disco/hardcore electronica music and have slowly been gathering a fanbase in the D/FW metroplex. I was just wondering what ADISC thinks of me n.n here's the link to my site, i have a rough recording up of one of the only songs i have with vocals -> HANNAHMONTANATRON!!! on MySpace Music - Free Streaming MP3s, Pictures & Music Downloads

    And to explain the name, my little sister gave it to me. n.n; enjoy

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    love chiptune/VGM stuff! been listening to 8 bit weapon, lobatt, ect. here and there. would you mind if i friended you on myspace?

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    EmeraldsAndLime

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    Try "Goto80"

    He does most of his stuff on a C64.

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    Jeffy

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    Quote Originally Posted by kite View Post
    love chiptune/VGM stuff! been listening to 8 bit weapon, lobatt, ect. here and there. would you mind if i friended you on myspace?
    Please do! It'd be really cool to start building a *b/dl fanbase *moshing padded ftw*


    And i've heart goto80 before, it's amazing what you can do with obsolete equipment XP

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    I really like chiptunes, and there's some good chiptunes + vocals stuff out there as well. Try paniq.org or pornophonique.de. Jamendo (creative commons licensed music) seems to have quite a few artists on it, btw

    I really have to try to make some myself someday, although happy hardcore is nice, too (and easier to make).

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    Jeffy

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    Quote Originally Posted by r0bino View Post
    I really like chiptunes, and there's some good chiptunes + vocals stuff out there as well. Try paniq.org or pornophonique.de. Jamendo (creative commons licensed music) seems to have quite a few artists on it, btw

    I really have to try to make some myself someday, although happy hardcore is nice, too (and easier to make).
    and happy hardcore is just that... happy :3 we need more of that music.

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    Chiptunes are awesome!
    I guess having video games as my main form of entertainment until I was around 12 will instill an appreciation for such things X3

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    Jeffy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Envy View Post
    Chiptunes are awesome!
    I guess having video games as my main form of entertainment until I was around 12 will instill an appreciation for such things X3
    Hehe i'm in the same boat X3 now i make it my art form.

    Hehe i know you on FA. Love your chubby artwork n.n

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    What kid of the 80/90's could resist chiptunes? My own stuff (that I don't really feel comfortable posting here) aren't chiptunes per say. However, elements of the sound are incorporated into most of it.

    So far I'm mostly using a Reason refill (AES-001) that was ripped from the NES sound processor, and Nitrotracker on my DS. I'll probably keep exploring more "hardcore" stuff later on.

    Anyway; some nice tunes there, man. I like it.

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    I really like chiptunes, but the only 8bit band I've really listened to is Anamanaguchi (and they are awesome!)

    I've done stuff with midi before, and downloaded an 8bit tracker a while ago, but I've been too lazy to try and figure out how to do it, what with having to draw my own waveforms and all. i should probably make learning how to do it one of my summer goals :p

    edit: solid tunes man. london is dead is... weird... but good. sometimes it sounds choppy but that could just be the myspace player/

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