Mibri
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SNES/Super Famicom
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SPC Lover
 
  76th/325   Σ24.716   Dec 30th 2018 3:56pm
 
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My first BotB entry. I always thought my first would be a C64 tune, since C64 is my thing, but... nah, it's a Super Famicom tune! Inspired by classic 80s electro funk like Egyptian Lover and Pretty Tony, you're getting 808s, synth strings, and my own voice through a vocoder... Hope you like it!
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106377
Level 13 Chipist
post #106377 :: 2018.12.30 4:09pm
  
  Mibri liēkd this
Really nice use of the vocoder. It really sounds like it came from a sample library that a big producer would use. (I don't know if my wording is confusing or not, tell me if it is)
 
 
106379
Level 9 Chipist
post #106379 :: 2018.12.30 4:12pm
  
  RigidatoMS liēkd this
Hey, thank you so much! Not confusing at all - I think I understand, and I really appreciate the compliment. I enjoy messing around with the vocoder!
 
 
106380
Level 26 Chipist
post #106380 :: 2018.12.30 4:56pm
  
  Mibri liēkd this
This would make a great track for a SNES/SFC Demo, I love it!
 
 
106381
Level 9 Chipist
post #106381 :: 2018.12.30 4:58pm
  
  Tobikomi liēkd this
Cheers! I would LOVE to see a really lengthy, ambitious SNES demo, so I hope that a group will have a go at that one day. We're totally spoiled for demos in C64 land ;)
 
 
106388
Level 26 Chipist
post #106388 :: 2018.12.31 8:23am
  
  Mibri liēkd this
Hey, I could give that a go some day. I'm actually tempted to do a simplistic music video for one of my entires on this website... and I also have an idea for a second entry of mine.
 
 
106389
Level 9 Chipist
post #106389 :: 2018.12.31 9:08am
Aaaah, do it! I'm a big fan of the SPC music that you've posted on here so I bet you'd bring some fire...
 
 
106391
Level 26 Chipist
post #106391 :: 2018.12.31 9:54am
The biggest obstacle for me doing so? I have the real deal, but I don't have an actual cartridge that allows me to test out my custom programs. I'm also a little bit of a beginner, having only barely programmed anything (although I have programmed a few tests dating back to 2012)... although I do have bsnes+ (although I'm about to partially lose my ability to update that thing). My custom sound driver, which I have attempted to make over four years, is stuck in the initialization phases and is a bit messy (however, I have a working "timer core", which gives me excellent precision as long as I don't neglect to fetch the SPC700 hardware timer for too long). I also have to sort out what assembler I want to ultimately use... previously, I used TASM for SPC700 assembly. I now use asar. And for all of my ROMs that I did program, I used WLA-DX (and boy do I have a messy implementation when it comes to my memory mapping...). I'm not sure about continuing to use that in the long run...
 
 
106659
Level 9 Chipist
post #106659 :: 2019.01.13 12:56pm :: edit 2019.01.13 12:56pm
Oops, I must have listened to this too many times and favourited it?? I'm sorry about that!
 
 
107606
Level 23 Chipist
post #107606 :: 2019.02.14 9:19pm :: edit 2019.02.14 9:20pm
  
  Mibri liēkd this
Hehe, you definitely nailed the electro style! Diggin' these vibes. :D
 
 
107723
Level 24 Chipist
post #107723 :: 2019.02.16 1:54pm
  
  Mibri and kleeder liēkd this
Very nice mid 80s hip-hop electro style stuff ^-^
 
 
107733
Level 9 Chipist
post #107733 :: 2019.02.16 5:03pm
Thanks, that was the plan!
 
 

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