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This is my new Chiptune compilation, I do not have much to elaborate on it, but I can say it was made using Famitracker, and all the basic channels of the "Ricoh 2A03". https://adplay.bandcamp.com/album/power-heart-2a03 If you would like to purchase the compilation then feel free to do so! Any comment, criticism or opinion about this composition is welcomed! I would like to know how did my efforts on this has turned out, though it wasn't much of a work for me I must admit.
Hey guys! This is a piece I've been working on for a little while now. I think it's got a Mega Man feel to it, like something you'd expect to hear in the final levels of a retro video game. My goal was to make an exciting intro and just up the ante from there, to just raise the stakes with every measure. Let me know what you guys think!
Hey guys! I made this little diddy in Famitracker, I wanted to have it sound as faithful to the NES/Famicom as possible. Please let me know what you think! In my opinion, I'd like to have a little more original material after that second section before the intro theme reprises.
Here's something a bit different. I've always been a big fan of composing in as many mediums as I can get my hands on, and one medium that I've really been getting into over the last couple years is chiptunes. I've done quite a few that I really like but this one is probably my most well-liked so far on the website I participate in (battleofthebits.org). It's quite classical-leaning in many ways, as opposed to a lot of chiptunes which deliberately seek to sound videogame-y. I called it 'ceilidh' because it was inspired by two ceilidhs that I attended during my first week here in Glasgow. A ceilidh, to put it as simply as possible, is a traditional Scottish gathering with song and dance. To me, the term 'chiptune' is distinct from '8-bit' in that a chiptune is music that could actually be physically played on a specific music chip. To prove it, the .mp3 I have uploaded here is an actual recording that another user took of their own NES, playing the music file I had created. It also means there's not much use me uploading the source file, because it was created in FamiTracker which is not notation software.