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(17 replies, posted in General Discussion)

This is great!  Needs autoplay, and volume controls.  Maybe a way to keep the volume of all the songs similar automatically, like the smart sound feature on tvs?

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(14 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Todderbert wrote:
HimsyPimsy wrote:

Maybe Boneless by The Mist Toggles?  I used to have the rom but I can't find it any more.  Cant find anywhere to download it either.

Had it on my comp. Here you go: http://www.multiup.eu/download/67083b8b … neless.zip


Thanks!

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(14 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Maybe Boneless by The Mist Toggles?  I used to have the rom but I can't find it any more.  Cant find anywhere to download it either.

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(89 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Nice!  What are the white boxes with the red black and green buttons on them?

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(65 replies, posted in Trading Post)

Time to ask for your money back?

This is a pretty definitive guide:

game boy sound comparison

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(5 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

Where did you get the power supply from?

8

(26 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

I wonder if their passive mixer cuts out too much bass.

Hell yeah buddy come to Austin, TX and I'll go see you!

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(8 replies, posted in Other Hardware)

Sounds like you want one of these: 

http://store.kitsch-bent.com/product/usb-boy

Really like your stuff man!  Bright and punchy.

I was on 8bc originally.  I only migrated over because I heard about this board at a house party.

Maybe add a deep kick to bring a bit of movement and structure to the composition.  That may not be what you're looking for though.  Parts of this sound really baddass!

Edit:  After listening to Red Water, just bring the volume of the kicks up a bit.

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(3 replies, posted in Constructive Criticism)

Double post.

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(3 replies, posted in Constructive Criticism)

Not sure what program you're using, but this video got me off the ground when I had no idea where to start with composition.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8IsqsW … Pk7sZZwSRA

Lay down a quick and dirty beat, get a little melody going, and then tweak your instrument settings.  Something quick like this, might make for a nice starting point.

The best colors for good contrast are either green or yellow because they make the blue lcds look closer to black.  Probably going to grab a yellow one from HHL soon because I like how crisp it looks, and it reminds me of the stock look.