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Chiptune mania!

December 5, 2011 Leave a comment

I grew up playing NES, and because of this I have a very fond affection for 8-bit music. So for the enjoyment and knowledge of others, I’ve written a short intro to the world of chiptune music, discussing soundwaves and channels, along with a tutorial on how to get started making your own 8-bit music using the free open-source program FamiTracker.

Visit this page here to read all about it and to listen to my own experiment with FamiTracker. If you have any interest in the NES at all, I guarantee it will peak your interest and you won’t be able to resist giving it a try for yourself!