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Feryl – “With All My Heart EP”

“I love You more than I love myself. With all my heart I repent of ever having offended You. Grant that I may love You always; and then do with me as You will.” -St. Alphonsus Liguori

“With All My Heart”, a ten-minute EP of minimalistic and catchy chip music, was written in about a month and a half, with a limit of eight channels and no external effects. The back-to-basics compositional style relies on tight percussion, quirky melodies, and basic 8-bit samples developed with the SFXR sound creation tool. I’d like to extend thanks to my friends, family, and Eternal Savior for their continued support and devotion.

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Feryl – “Before the Day Fades”

After over two years of chip music composition, Feryl presents “Before the Day Fades”, one of his finest efforts to date. Written in the familiar XM format, this brief, nine-track album will whisk you away to a simple and melodic landscape in the form of accessible module chip music. From the happy tunes of “Raindrops and Sunshine” to the heavy, dance-floor beats of “Irreversible”, Feryl’s album is a pleasant step forward from the typical music of the genre.

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Feryl – 2010 Chiptune Blog Awards

As the year draws to a close, I present you all with the first ever official Chiptune Blog Awards, 2010 edition. Many noteworthy artists, albums and surprises awaited us this year, and below I have compiled a list with the best of what the chiptune community had to offer in the past twelve months. The awards are listed here, have a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!


Feryl – “The Last of Autumn”

Feryl’s “The Last of Autumn” is a pleasant chiptune album themed around the four seasons of the year. Using simple emulated notes and relying on lighthearted melodies, Feryl creates a nicely unique atmosphere that is often missed in the modern chiptune scene.

If you’ve grown too accustomed to the harsh and noisy style that is all-too-common these days in the chip music scene, “The Last of Autumn” offers a gentle reprieve with its short, pleasant tunes and conceptual theme.

PLEASE NOTE: A few tracks sound noticeably distorted at certain points, but this is just a result of BandCamp’s online streaming quality and is NOT indicative of the actual downloaded music. I have personally tested the downloaded versions of the tracks and can assure you that the quality is much better than what you’ll hear on this page.

Special thanks to Natty Greene for his support and advice during production.

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