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Another one-take, no-edit, not-really-stereo synth jam!
These always turn out longer than I want/expect them to...
If you don't like repetitive basslines, maybe this isn't for you.
Now for my defense on why this is Wildchip:
I was going for a SID kinda sound. This means I have used 2 melodic voices and one percussive one. The percussive sounds are either pink noise based or in case of the bassdrum sine wave based. I have routed the melodic voices through a single lowpass filter without resonance. Both are pulse waves, one of them with PWM. I forgot to route the drum sounds through it tbh.
So all in all I think I got the most important limitations down.
Here some more info on how things are set up:
The bassline notes and the drumsounds are correlated because they are created by a single sequencer. Only later in the recording I remembered that I had buttons OR'd to the trigger ins of my drums. You can listen to me consistently missing the beat.
The Hihat sound is special. It is not triggered by the sequencer directly, but instead by a PLL that tries and fails to match the clock of the sequencer.
While the bassline is constant, the other melodic voice had a switch to either produce mostly random notes or fast arpeggios.
Lastly I should mention that I added some extra nonsense at the start and finish of the track radio music style.
Sometimes you can hear my note quantizer going erratic. This is of course totally intentional and not due to bad design. It really enhances the sound!