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(114 replies, posted in General Discussion)

well mix into more genres. I still make chip punk.  about year ago I started to bit crash my guitar to create low fi crunch when put over drive before it. it sound nice in punk. how ever am not a good musician so it not likely to catch on. emulators allow people to make chip tunes without  real hard ware. I lucky enough to keep my gba around and now using that for chip tunes. What I hate is that music genre go through fads and cycle where you have up and downs. it people stuck to genre and keep make music help get alive in its down cycle.

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(73 replies, posted in General Discussion)

my opinion punk rock not dead. as long there is electric guitars there be punk rock. also long there people who light simple electronic sound there be chip tunes

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(73 replies, posted in General Discussion)

been using combination of punk and chip tunes for awhile. I like that chip tune minimum aesthetics. I even do minimum tuning using the raw vocaloid engine as aesthetic. which vocaloid community dislikes. They really big in high produce sound to even over produce sounds over there.  Problem is that still learning how to  make music. So some of latest songs my melodies are whack. only one sound being  I found that distorted guitar can harmonized well with square waves. punk use what you got on a budget. chip tunes start by people use what they had.

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(73 replies, posted in General Discussion)

been using combination of punk and chip tunes for awhile. I like that chip tune minimum aesthetics. I even do minimum tuning using the raw vocaloid engine as aesthetic. which vocaloid community dislikes. They really big in high produce sound to even over produce sounds over there.  Problem is that still learning how to  make music. So some of latest songs my melodies are whack. only one sound being  I found that distorted guitar can harmonized well with square waves. punk use what you got on a budget. chip tunes start by people use what they had.

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(28 replies, posted in General Discussion)

very like is considering that hardware to make 8 bit music is scarce.

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(28 replies, posted in General Discussion)

there is band camp page that did popular punk songs in 8 bit sounds.
https://punkgoes8-bit.bandcamp.com/

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(13 replies, posted in Software & Plug-ins)

well the cheapest vocaloid is avanna and her download is 69 dollars. the vocaloid community consider her clearest of all v3 vocaloids and is good for beginners. she is soft blank so you have use some dynamics. I use her for several songs. I tried utau but could not figure out the phonemes. since english has 40 phonemes but only 24 letters in the alphabet. all utau symbols for english phonemes make no sense.

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(7 replies, posted in Other Hardware)

well have some more in mind of something like this
http://youtu.be/VdI3vnkpTlQ?list=FLsOxL … rCcsvNzYtw
the idea is hybrid synth. what I think I that early cpu clock speed were too slow so they had control an oscillator.
it hard for me to think of it as pulse waves but square waves of different duty cycles.
when think of pulse think of wave that decays sharply.

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(7 replies, posted in Other Hardware)

I know that chip tunes use olds game system and computers. what about chip analog synths that sound like old games systems. the 555 is the heart altari punk console. 555 is unique in how produces square waves and a chip that is still produce.

I make song about every two to three weeks because I use a voicaloid I write lyrics and tune her. the vocaloid I use right now is avanna. also I make sure song is good. so this year like be at max 26 but like be under that.

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(33 replies, posted in General Discussion)

I played saxophone for at least five years to seven. I been composing music for six mouths.

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(6 replies, posted in Releases)

this ep is about new style I created which is called chip punk. it 8 bit music
pop punk hybrid. the vocaloid avanna was used for all vocals. I use magical 8 bit for 8 bit sounds. I use a atari punk console That I built for the opening. follow the link to go the band camp page https://spark300c.bandcamp.com/album/a-chip-punk-ep