eagerly awaiting a mac version!


(4 replies, posted in Atari)

I have an Atari 800xl and write little music programs in basic to make interesting samples for use in my songs! Never used a tracker for it though.

I've been involved in teaching people about chiptunes, Gameboy music, and LSDJ for several years. I've led several workshops at different Universities. I've written a book that has sold very well over the past few years on LSDJ and is even in a few libraries. I've produced Youtube content on LSDJ programming as well.

Anyways, I now consider this the definitive INTRODUCTION TO CHIPTUNE/LSDJ resource. This is extremely well done and very thorough. There's no need to for anything else but this now. Bravo Paul + Soundlfy. Great, great job.



(4 replies, posted in Trading Post)

just want to say that I love the FB01 and I highly recommend it. basically the same chip as a sega genesis!

Kris k wrote:

man now i miss rochester a lot. this was awesome, thanks for putting it together!!!

no, thank YOU

havocCc wrote:

this is awesome footage, thank you!

thanks! I'm really proud of how it came out.

it's taken four years but it's finally done. ENJOY!


(10 replies, posted in Other Hardware)

stereo effects, like the tc flashback or hall of fame, sound awesome with Gameboy music.


(109 replies, posted in General Discussion)

haha wow, this thread was a wild ride


(109 replies, posted in General Discussion)

JaffaCakeMexica wrote:

Actually, I really feel like I have been a victim of discrimination on chipmusic.org for not being gay.


pselodux wrote:

I already release through bandcamp, but would just like the extended exposure that a label would provide. I'm really not good at promoting my own music!

maybe this is a side discussion but this is something I've always wondered about with net labels. what are they getting in exchange for releasing and promoting your music? do they get a cut of the profits?


(31 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

Dolby-Z wrote:

So lately, I've been very interested in chip instruments mimicking the sound and functions of analog synthesizers.

that's pretty broad, there are hundreds of analog synths that make a really wide variety of sound.

you mention the filter on the synth screen. you can definitely use that to make a lot of creative sounds. but it's never going to sound like a moog low pass filter.

a lot of people use LSDJ to emulate other things and then end up with a completely new sound. experiment with the synth screen, the waves, the wav instrument screen, and tables. you'll find a ton of interesting sounds.


(5 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

yeah loads of people do it. you might see it referred to as 2xLSDJ.

accidental double post

if I have an older arduinoboy, do I need to update it's programming to do this?