BYTE BEATS INCORPORATED.
 
  Mar 5th 2019 9:17pm
 
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31043
 
Experimenting with HTML bytebeat was so fun!
I think more people should try this format. Even though it seems obscure and weird at first glance, all it really boils down to is math, in my opinion.

289 bytes, 8khz.

Play in it back on the web browser


(I'll render this later.)

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108711
Level 26 Chipist
post #108711 :: 2019.03.06 5:47am
  
  Yung Gotenks liēkd this
this sounds like it has a high-pass filter applied to it or something, pretty cool stuff
 
 
108758
Level 20 Chipist
post #108758 :: 2019.03.06 11:03am
Yeah, cool isn't it? If you isolate "channel" 4 by commenting everything else out, you'll hear that it's just a square wave that rises and descends in pitch and volume, but in the context of the mix it sounded like that.
 
 
109716
Level 27 Chipist
post #109716 :: 2019.04.14 12:26pm
its like phaser engine zxbeeper tones mixed with vic 20 noise!
 
 

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