#1
Hey pit, (not sure if this is where to post this)
I've recently been listening to a decent amount of nintendocore and metalcore with some 8-bit-like sounds and wondered if I could make such a sound myself. Somethin like Iamerror or Greta knights.
That being said, anyone know any good programs to make these 8-bit sounds?
#2
....Nintendocore?

just because you CAN add core to a word doesn't mean you should :/
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#6
"Nintendocore?"



Just call it what it is - chiptune.

If you want to be really authentic about it, get something like MidiNES that allows you to use the existing sound chip in the NES as a synth. Otherwise, any basic square or triangle wave with a bit of bit reduction will do.
#8
Pretty sure Peet From IAE uses that basic 3xOsc.

But most generic nintendocore/cybergrind stuff:
Peach by Tweakbench.
FL Slayer.
RD_Drumkit in FL studio.
****ty $10 microphone.

I mess around with chip sounds from time to time.
#9
DragonForce anyone?
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#10
How about...

A NINTENDO NES?
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#11
VisualBoyAdvance+LSDJ, maybe?
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DragonForce anyone?
No, not nintendocore, or chiptune. Just sounds like a ****ty adventure-fighter thingy.
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"Nintendocore?"



Just call it what it is - chiptune.

If you want to be really authentic about it, get something like MidiNES that allows you to use the existing sound chip in the NES as a synth. Otherwise, any basic square or triangle wave with a bit of bit reduction will do.
I have trouble thinking of HORSE the Band as chiptune, honestly. Nintendocore seems to fit them quite well, despite how much the band themselves hate the term.
Last edited by maXterbat0r at Oct 6, 2009,