MASSIVE bump

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(28 replies, posted in General Discussion)

I heard that people who prefer sequencers to trackers are called intellectually disabled.

why are alt accounts talking to themselves in a thread no one gives a shit about?

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(16 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Delete your facebook and instagram.

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(114 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Freque wrote:

Chiptune is for faggots and fat people. You stunted nostalgic fucks can't run a mile, let alone a scene.

Heil Hitler.

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This guy has the gall to sling this kind of shit around and has a song called "You had me @ ASL" hahahaha

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(7 replies, posted in General Discussion)

TylerBarnes wrote:

I found this release to be spooky.

https://ptesquad.bandcamp.com/album/f13

can vouch, the best!

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(7 replies, posted in General Discussion)

DarkNES: https://darknes2a03.bandcamp.com

Me (?): https://heosphoros.net

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(1 replies, posted in Releases)

Hey Everyone! After 5 years the official soundtrack for Insanity's Blade is finally out!

You can grab it on my bandcamp for free! Check it out if you're into NES Prog Metal

https://heosphoros.bandcamp.com/album/insanitys-blade

can't wait an other year for episode 20! haha

Great release and thanks for the shout out heart

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(6 replies, posted in Releases)

This isn't your grand-dad's mario rave

wait wasn't chiptune dead!?

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(8 replies, posted in General Discussion)

herr_prof wrote:

You guys fall for it every time

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(114 replies, posted in General Discussion)

It took so long for it to die, it'd be a shame to bring it back really.

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(114 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Chiptune is dead.

Hey did you guys hear the new Bit Shifter?

Tadpole is hands down the best NES composer. He's blown everyone out of the water for years. I had the amazing opportunity to work with him on Diad (http://ubiktune.com/releases/ubi065-diad-diad).

Unfortunately his website is now offline. You can find some of his stuff here: http://2a03.free.fr/?p=pub&dir=tadpole

My fav of none Diad of his is his song with RJ1 named Identity.

An other great classic is SLiVeR. He was essentially my mentor when I first started out. Unfortunately his website is also offline.

You can listen to some of his stuff here: http://www.ptesquad.com/more/pte006.html

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(43 replies, posted in General Discussion)

I grew up with dialup and didn't have much patience to download MP3s. So I would download and listen to .nsf files from various videogames instead. After some more digging I found there was a small niche community of .nsf composers at 2a03.org. I joined the message board and slowly learnt MML to do my own .nsf. Soon after famitracker was invented and changed the nsf scene inside out. Fast forward 11 odd years and here we are.