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C64 • Chipmusic • Game Boy Classic • PSP • Releases

Droid Song/The Empty Construct/CHKDISBRK


This is another one of my releases that came out a few days ago. It was made on gameboys, psps, and commodores so its a true chip/micro music album. Here is a little blurb I wrote about the album:

I’ve had these songs lying around for a while and I decided someone might like to listen to them. I’ve been working on a new style of music and I’m transforming my sound so these are a little different from my newest stuff but nonetheless its some fun chipmusic. And thanks to my friend Nick Newland for putting together the art. Enjoy

Amiga • Chipmusic • PSP • software

Protrekkr v2.0 by Neural Appeared

ProTrekkr (formerly known as NoiseTrekker by Juan Antonio Arguelles Rius aka Arguru) is a tracker program combining a software synthesizer together with a traditional samples tracker which can be used to create electronic music (like psytrance, trance goa, hard acid, IDM, chip, techno, etc.) for small sized intros, demos or games.

Protrekkr v2.0 by Neural.

Massive changlog after the jump:

Continue reading Protrekkr v2.0 by Neural Appeared

Amiga • C64 • Chipmusic • Compos • ds • Live Events • PSP

Breakpoint 2009 wrap-up Part One

77735Yeah this took me ages… 

Sorry, I am very busy with my real life and cannot commit to post as much as I used to.

But I still guess a lot of the releases on Breakpoint have passed by most people’s noses so here’s a sum up of what I thought was most interesting, on the oldschool/wild categories. Even a month after Breakpoint has ended, you could find a few gems here to enjoy . Hey, it beats reading about a retarded pussy who takes pride in the fact his bicolour hair covers all his face and that he just painted his Gameboy in 32 colours.

So find contained herein a bunch of videos and babble from yours truly!
Part one covers the DEMOS only. part 2 will cover Music and Graphics 

Click here to see my selections!

MDX • PSP • software

MDX Player for the PSP appeared

p9220003Thanks to the following tip from kami68k:

An MDX Player for the PSP appeared, its made by BouKiCHi:

more about MDX:

And on a sidenote, Naruto has announced a new Sound Driver for the Sharp X1 (why is everyone doing new Soundrivers lately?)

There is nothing to see yet though:

PSP • software

LittleGPTracker version 1.b_37 Out

lvpt1.1b_37 is in the ghetto section for GP2X/PSP/W32/DEB.

Here’s the list of changes:

  • Allowed multiple selection for note and instrument editing in Phrase Screen
  • Fixed synchronization problem between the main thread and the player thread. This fixes the problem that tracks could go out of sync when doing rendering at full speed (not using RT). It might also generally improve the stability for heavy pounders
  • Rendered files are now located in the project folder.
  • Fixed tempo to be more precise: before, tempo vs. sample count transformation was rounded to integers. This meant that exporting a track at 80 BPM would end up to something close to it but not exactly it, which could be a hassle if trying to use renderings in DAWS. Now it’s totally accurate. It might be that the track’s feel is slightly different, so let me know if there’s something in concert for your ears
  • Updated the note map to be always show (for consistency). Mute track are now also shown by having both the octave & instrument number shown as “–“
  • Cached some file attributes to make samplelib browsing faster on PSP.
  • Fixed audio volume in preview so that it doesn’t destroy your ear. Now it’s played at half volume which correspond to the default 128 volume of instruments

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