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last minute entry for the sake of submitting a vic-20 entry.
made with mod2vic and a bit of extra tweaking. mp3 recorded from hardware. enjoy :)
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37501
Level 24 Mixist
cce
post #37501 :: 2014.02.16 11:20pm
  
  raphaelgoulart liēkd this
Great song! It's good to hear mod2vic works on actual hardware too :)
 
 
37512
Level 29 Chipist
post #37512 :: 2014.02.17 4:00am
Good work! Seems like mod2vic gives a better control over the channel volumes compared to victracker. Extra props for hardware render :)
 
 
37522
Level 27 Renderist
post #37522 :: 2014.02.17 7:43am
  
  Baron Knoxburry liēkd this
channel volumes?
 
 
37525
Level 22 Chipist
post #37525 :: 2014.02.17 8:53am
Perhaps, two channels with the same note played were used to simulate volumes.
 
 
37526
Level 29 Chipist
post #37526 :: 2014.02.17 9:10am
ah, right - checked the tool. indeed global volume only (as one would expect). nevertheless, good job ;)
 
 
37530
Level 30 Mixist
post #37530 :: 2014.02.17 11:15am
I wonder if the chip sounds just a little different to me because it's PAL and all my machines are NTSC. :D
 
 
37533
Level 23 Chipist
post #37533 :: 2014.02.17 11:58am :: edit 2014.02.17 11:58am
  
  anewuser liēkd this
@Warlord, I take that as a compliment :p In fact mod2vic offers even less control over volumes than victracker since there's no seperate volume channel.
source (w/o noise tweaking)
 
 
38116
Level 20 Criticist
Xyz
post #38116 :: 2014.02.23 11:22pm
+1 extra props for hardware render
 
 

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