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Featuring C64 and Yamaha DX7 samples.
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52536
Level 16 Chipist
post #52536 :: 2015.01.30 11:22am
  
  Warlord and KungFuFurby liēkd this
The mp3 is recorded directly from my SNES. Not one of the three SPC players I tested it on sounded right.
 
 
52621
Level 14 Chipist
post #52621 :: 2015.02.01 7:04am
Wow, this is really strong sound.
 
 
53428
Level 16 Chipist
post #53428 :: 2015.02.13 2:55pm
Thanks, this was a fun song to make and one of the few times I've used more than 60 samples.
 
 
53578
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post #53578 :: 2015.02.15 5:29am :: edit 2015.02.15 5:30am
  
  criticistghost liēkd this
I love the spc echo lathered over this, gives a warmth and spaceyness to the song. What was the workflow?
 
 
53595
Level 8 Criticist
post #53595 :: 2015.02.15 9:40am
crazy cool sound for snes, sorta sounds like old afx stuff!
 
 
53629
Level 16 Chipist
post #53629 :: 2015.02.15 5:29pm :: edit 2017.02.15 12:08pm
This song started out in OctaMED in 1998. It remained incomplete until late January of this year when I converted it to .xm for use in a modified version of SoundTracker (Unix). All samples were upgraded to new 16-bit versions. I added a new part right before the ending with some different chords.

It's been fun, and a little weird, revisiting and completeing such old songs.

Here's an alternate version
with PWM.
 
 

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