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*WILD_CHIP*
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Sacrilegious Alchemy
 
  40th/108   Σ24.350   Aug 16th 2012 7:02pm
 
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An discomforting blend of wood, plastic, and metal.

Renoise with ReSynth plugin to make the pulses, drums are DS-10's white noise through Monotron's filter with a bitcrush plugin, two electric guitars, and vocal utterances from UTAU voicebanks Momone Momo and Kasane Teto.

http://renoise.com
http://www.renoise.com/tools/resynth
http://korgds10synthesizer.com/
http://www.korg.com/monotrons
http://www.guitarfetish.com/XV-870-Surf-Green-Rosewood-Fingerboard_p_999.html
http://www.epiphone.com/Products/Les-Paul/Les-Paul-Special-II.aspx
http://utau2008.web.fc2.com/
http://www42.atwiki.jp/momonemomo_en
http://kasaneteto.jp/

Lyrics:
ばばばばばばば
ばばばばばばばばば

らららららららら
ららららららららららら

Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba
Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba

La la la la la la la la
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19650
Level 21 Playa
post #19650 :: 2012.08.17 12:10am
  
  gyms liēkd this
well done!! this is really beautiful. and it would appear my girlfriend likes it too, she's about to make me play it for the third time in a row ;)
 
 
19731
Level 26 Chipist
post #19731 :: 2012.08.31 11:24am :: edit 2012.08.31 11:24am
The original upload is broken. Storage error...
 
 
19759
Level 23 Chipist
post #19759 :: 2012.08.31 4:03pm :: edit 2012.08.31 5:25pm
This is a "wild" entry so it's just the mp3 file anyway...

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/17997350/Sacrilegious%20Alchemy.mp3

Sorry for the inconvenience.
 
 
19858
Level 26 Chipist
post #19858 :: 2012.09.05 3:22am
Ah, OK. This one's up there in the length, which is up in my realm... I usually make that long of a tune (I did do one for the SNES, and I've gotten away with six minutes... even 14 on the SNES, though maybe I should try to break the 64-pattern barrier through some special code modifications... otherwise, you'd get lots of repetition. XMSNES does support up to 255... hmm...).
 
 

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