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  22nd/51   Σ23.492   Nov 26th 2017 2:22pm
WARNING: Beware of furby interference.

On a different note... this is the first time in a year that I've ever made something
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Level 23 Chipist
post #92484 :: 2017.11.26 4:39pm
Oh man those orch5 stabs 4tw. Ah yeah!
Level 26 Chipist
post #92488 :: 2017.11.26 6:10pm
  th4 D34D liēkd this
I actually didn't exactly use an ORCH5 stab (in the context of the Fairlight CMI).
Level 24 Chipist
post #92499 :: 2017.11.27 5:06am
Epic ending
Level 23 Mixist
post #92521 :: 2017.11.27 8:53pm
them s3xmoditmania samples
Level 7 Chipist
post #92657 :: 2017.11.30 9:32pm
Nice chords and humming in the background. It gives the sound a soothing atmosphere.
Level 9 Chipist
post #92808 :: 2017.12.05 1:27am
Much quieter than the other entries; could use a good volume leveling. Other than that, good solid cheese.
Level 9 Mixist
post #93004 :: 2017.12.11 7:02am
A very strong return. I really like slow intros with a lot of pads so this entry was right up my alley. very nice use of voice samples :D
Level 27 Renderist
post #93192 :: 2017.12.14 12:23pm
i know you were pretending this was playing on an SNES.
Level 26 Chipist
post #93197 :: 2017.12.14 2:09pm
Actually, not quite. After all, it doesn't have 64 channels to play with, right?

Plus, this is something I actually rarely do these days. Other non-SNES material is either for other sound chips, contains a pre-defined sample pack, or were remixed straight off of my SNES originals.

If it were actually one of my songs from 2007-2008, then it would be more plausible...
Level 12 Chipist
post #94129 :: 2018.01.07 3:39pm
  Jimmyoshi and Sinc-X liēkd this
use openmpt kff.
Level 26 Chipist
post #94185 :: 2018.01.08 2:37pm :: edit 2018.01.08 2:59pm
For the extra special effects that I could apply to the song itself? If I really wanted to do that... then I have Renoise for that particular job. Or Harmony Assistant, although that's not a tracker.

See Furby's Rock 'n Roll and Beware the Furb-sanity for my Renoise-produced entries (or Super Rock 'n Roll
, which is a remix of my Famicompo Mini 10 entry also made in Renoise). I have never released one produced in Harmony Assistant for Battle of the Bits. The biggest obstacle I have to get over to use that program more regularly is "uncanny valley", as I would put it, as I found myself actually getting bored of some of my songs that I made in that program.

Plus, I have a platform incompatibility with OpenMPT. I refuse to dive in to Windows emulation (and I'm running Mac OS X 10.6.8, which is the last version compatible with Rosetta).
Level 12 Chipist
post #94837 :: 2018.01.26 11:46am
can you give us the .it file?
Level 26 Chipist
post #94839 :: 2018.01.26 1:30pm
There is one major catch: this IT file is nearly 50 MB! This is because I have a reversed copy of nearly the entire song in there. https://app.box.com/s/kowfszl5i94duuv1zfrt903qcu0pzsyu

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