#3
Having only heard that kind of music inside of a Mario game, I liked it a lot I'm wondering how would I go about making music like that? Do I expressly need one of those old sound chips, or is there any way to reproduce those sounds? I'm afraid you've inspired me to make some of my own
#4
Quote by st.stephen
Having only heard that kind of music inside of a Mario game, I liked it a lot I'm wondering how would I go about making music like that? Do I expressly need one of those old sound chips, or is there any way to reproduce those sounds? I'm afraid you've inspired me to make some of my own

I'm new to it aswell but I use a tracker called Milkytracker (http://www.milkytracker.net/?download). It's sort of like a piano roll that goes down instead of left. If you need any help I could probably help you out. Also the genre is called chiptunes.
#5
i love it. i could see it in a montage of a drug user doing something bad.....take from that what u will
#6
I dunno, I kinda thought it was boring really. A good intro but it never really went anywhere..

Also you could of just use a 8bit plugin vst to get the exact same sounds. I've made a few tracks using it before.. none in my profile here though
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#7
I like it. Cool stuff. Does get a little boring/repetitive though.
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