ChipBeat “Juno/Ann Flowers” — no Samples used, only Hardware ! Roland Alpha Juno 2 – Waldorf Blofeld – Drumstation (Trier August 2012)
This is a special version of the PixiTracker designed for TRUE 1-BIT SOUND like on old microcomputers.
Android version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nightradio.pixitracker1bit
iOS version coming soon…
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Background info from the author:
I have never tried making a song with glitching effects. Althought there isn’t a lot of that in this, so far, I am going to try to incorporate much of that effect within this song (considering that’s what makes this music part of the “Glitch Electronic” genre. I long the result so far. But let me know what you think in the comments :3
–DOWNLOAD LINK (For song and desktop wallpaper) BELOW–
Glitch Chip (WIP):
Desktop Diablo Wallpaper (Direct Download):
A 32k demo for the Atari 2600 VCS. Placed 2nd in the oldskool demo compo at Stream 2012. Code by me and music by Knoeki. MESS capture.
Chip Music Maker is a “Power Up” for your iPhone or iPad! Fun, Easy to Use, and authentic 8 / 16 bit sounds
No time to delve into the big and serious music apps?
PixiTracker is what you need! It is a simple and fun tool to quickly create musical sketches or chip tunes. Without requiring a lot of musical knowledge!
* high quality 16bit sampler and pattern based sequencer (tracker);
* unlimited number of patterns;
* several packs with unique sounds;
* MIDI keyboard support;
* mic/line-in recording;
* Wi-Fi export/import;
* export to WAV;
* audio copy/paste;
* iTunes File Sharing;
* true warm pixel interface!
One man stands alone against a zombie apocalypse. How will he survive?
Music: “Last Stand” by Burnkit2600 (C)2012 (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)
from the album “Sonic Sanctuary”
Video Editor: Justin Emerson
Public Domain Footage: (archive.org)
“The Last Man on Earth” (1964) starring Vincent Price, “Mystery of Time” (1957) and “A Tale of Two Cities” (1947)
More info here:
Chip stepsequencer – AY38910
“Song i made in train
Video i shot in train”
“Mail Order Monsters performing the song Fairlight, live in studio at WKTV. We play exclusively through the ‘SID’ chip, taken directly from Commodore 64 computers and placed in a new hand built circuitry that allows greater flexibility, and compatibility with modern MIDI equipment. We utilize over 20 chips in our performances.”
These are some new features that will be in Chipsune 2.0.
More info and downloads can be found here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Chipsune/124212437700974
The songs that are demo here are property of Nintendo and Gamefreak, and are not included in the future update.