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clock cycle murderer

By GreaseMonkey on Jun 25, 2013 10:07 am

Guys, stop writing 8-shit in SunVox. THIS is how you're supposed to use it.

... including the fact that I'm doing something that's currently not a proper feature so I have to do it the hard way. Trust me, tuning each note is a pain in the ass. The mute feature was VERY useful for those chords.

This uses a hi-gain amp metamodule by cjaxis, which you can get here:

It also uses one of the snare samples which come with SunVox, because I suck at synthesising snares. This is the only sample I use.

If your computer can't handle playing this in real time, there's an "Export to WAV" feature. Use it.

(Licensed under CC-BY-SA. I don't want to be under an NC licence.)

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I don't think there is anything wrong with 8-bit stuff done in sunvox, it's quite good at it. What you've done in sunvox though is something else, how you managed to synthesise all those instruments is quite remarkable. Each synth is stronger than the one sample you use.


Oh sorry, forgot to post a download link for the sunvox module. Here you go:

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