Tags : | 8Bit Chiptune | 2.87 MB

Description : What's better than 8BIT-Style :D

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  1. GregVincey
    GregVincey on Wed 27th May 2015 - 5 years ago

    Good sound man, comments here were interesting.

  2. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sun 29th Mar 2015 - 5 years ago

    I apologize, I meant to say "now" and not "not"... don't know if it was just a freudian slip up or a typo or what. But since you asked, I am back with a bit of explanation of the origins of chip tune. 8-bit and chip tune are technically two separate things in some cases, but are definitely related. Basically, chip tune is music made with sounds from "chips" or integrated circuits and could be at any bit rate, while 8-bit would pretty much mean any song created with sounds or samples from an 8 bit sound engine. Some chip tune is 8 bit, while *all* 8 bit should officially be chip tune, if that makes sense. Some popular examples of devices used in classic chip tune include SN76477 (used in many old arcade games, such as space invaders), the famous SID chip (used in commodore 64), and the tracker programs used on Amiga computers... also included would be Game Boy, and various circuits using TTL or CMOS logic IC's. There are others of course, and I would definitely include many vintage electronic toys in the chip tune range, such as Texas Instruments Speak and Spell, Casio SK sampling keyboards, and Talking Computrons. Then we get to the fact that, technically, 8 bit music should be recorded and distributed in 8-bit format, and not the more common 16 or 24 bit of modern music. Totally not saying you should change what you do, because I enjoyed listening! Just like discussing this sort of thing, so I thought I would respond. Take care!

    Ohropack
    Reply by Ohropack

    Alright, thank you for your explanation.
    I think I understand what you mean.
    Chiptune music is imitating the original so it sounds like 8-BIT, while original 8-BIT music is... well... original and not a fake. :)

  3. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 29th Mar 2015 - 5 years ago

    Awesome, I agree with Spiv, the stereo panning was great. I feel like playing my old Sega Genesis now.
    Cru

    Ohropack
    Reply by Ohropack

    Thanks alot and I'm happy that you enjoyed it.

  4. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sat 28th Mar 2015 - 5 years ago

    aaahh yes, not here's a genuine sounding chip piece! I realize it is probably VST stuff, but it sounds believable! Like I am playing a vintage 80s NES cartridge or something. Pleasing sound, and cool panning in the stereo field. Right on for your efforts here! Dig it!

    Ohropack
    Reply by Ohropack

    Yes you are totally right.
    The sounds coming from a VST plugin. I just put them in notes
    and make a melody of it :)
    Well I didn't know that 8-BIT Chiptune is something different.
    Maybe you could explain me what it is. I would be thankfully for your effort.

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