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Chip Run

March 5th, 2009 by


chiprun

I wanted to make the most 8bit sounding song I could and this is what I came up with. I used all the classic free VSTs that make creating video game music so easy: Toad, Peach, Syntendo.  The drums are a simple bass and snare sound, with high hats every so often. I didn’t use 8bit drums because I wanted to see if I could make it danceable. The rest of the tracks are itterations of the 3 VSTs I used. I paid special attention to the drums for this track, although they are very simple I spent a lot of time putting variations and fills where I thought they were needed. Enjoy!

4 Responses to “Chip Run”

  1. RSS.WASS.RATT

    I think the the page should be divided between mashups and chiptunes. and the teams will battle to the death. VIVA LOS CHIPTUNES!!

  2. Graham

    Solid track. I liked the last motif with the chords.

  3. Mike

    2:12 is a great moment in music history.

  4. Felix

    I agree with mike. It’s a delicious moment.

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