Season 1 completed!

Press Over, Game Ever and Camarón Brujo Música presents the first series of documentaries about the Latin America Chiptune Scene
All videos have the CC for English subtitles

Trailer/Presentation

EPISODE 1: Toni Leys is an accomplished chiptune artist from Argentina. In this interview he tells us about his journey as a musician. How he fell in love with Sega Genesis' music and how he got to make a living doing music for videogames.

EPISODE 2: Uctumi is playing with his Commodore 64 since the beginnings of the internet. Behind his humble look, his music is diverse, full of style, personality and creativity.

EPISODE 3: Kry.exe
Kry.exe tells us about the beginnings of chiptune, as well as his own beginnings as a musician and where his music is going. He also shares with us his knowledge about demoscene and chiptune fests.

EPISODE 4: Jota Cápsula
From Chile, the first international guest

EPISODE 5: GAS1312 + IDecade
Two guests from Italy on their tour to Argentina

EPISODE 6: Cinematronic
Ciro plays a hard techno style with his PSP. He tells us about the beginnings of the argentinian chiptune movement on his town, Paraná. He also considers himself a "digital rescuer", looking for gold computers that were thrown to the garbage.

EPISODE 7: Coke and Aspirin
Cokeanaspirin is a very peculiar chiptune artist. He uses his hairstyle and a bear hat to cover his face when he plays,
he doesn't even like to share his music online, but behind that introvert look there is a friendly style of enjoyable music,
and everyone on the chiptune scene knows him.

EPISODE 8: Hyper Foofie
Jeffrey is one of the pioneers of chiptune music in Costa Rica. Much of what he knows was learned on a trip to Argentina, being around figures such as The Pat Moritas and Toni Leys. He combines 8 and 16 bit music with techno influences, achieving a style that resembles to a dance club DJ.

Latin Chip is produced by
Press Over (http://www.pressover.news/)
Game Ever (http://gameeverstudio.com/)
Camarón Brujo Música (http://www.camaronbrujomusica.com/)

Credits:
Hosted by: Naku Berneri
Directed by: Pablo Forconi
General Producer: Juan Lomanto
DP: Daniela Bruno
Camera Crew: Daniela Bruno, Agustina Del Mestre, Agustín Isart
Sound Engineer: Naku Berneri, Nicola Carrara
Video Editors: Micaela Lara, Daniela Bruno
Sound Editor: Guillermo Bruno
Original Soundtrack: Guillermo Bruno
MoGraph: Franco Albertti, Daniela Bruno
Opening Titles: Random Lab

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EPISODE 3: Kry.exe
Kry.exe tells us about the beginnings of chiptune, as well as his own beginnings as a musician and where his music is going. He also shares with us his knowledge about demoscene and chiptune fests.

[CC] for English Subtitles

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EPISODE 2: Uctumi is playing with his Commodore 64 since the beginnings of the internet. Behind his humble look, his music is diverse, full of style, personality and creativity.

[CC] for English Subtitles

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From Argentina, a new serie of the local scene artists. CC for english subs

EPISODE 1: Toni Leys is an accomplished chiptune artist from Argentina. In this interview he tells us about his journey as a musician. How he fell in love with Sega Genesis' music and how he got to make a living doing music for videogames.

https://blipblop8bit.bandcamp.com/album/drugs-and-wires

The new record released by Blipblop Records is the second mini-album of the 8 bit musician Cinematronic. Named "Drugs and Wires". The power of the tracks is characterized by a crude, harsh, technopunk sound.

Cinematronic uses old videogame consoles to give form to demolishing and noisy cyberpunk beats.

All the tracks were composed and played with a Nintendo Gameboy running the LSDJ software. No computers. No samples. No FX. No preset instruments. Just the audio chip of the Nintendo Gameboy.

Since 2009 became an active component in the argentinian chipmusic scene. His performances includes hundreds of events in different cities, parties, workshops and art events.

https://blipblop8bit.bandcamp.com/
https://www.instagram.com/cinematronic.fail/
https://www.facebook.com/cinematronic/

released April 16, 2019

https://blipblop8bit.bandcamp.com/album/essential-xp

From Berlin, we are happy to announce the release of the second album of Random Select.
Matias Brunacci explores the Gameboy sonically showing us his most darker and brighter sides, an insightful journey that never abandons his playful mood.

Patterns that begin with an apparent playful simplicity are repeated hypnotically taking us to the intricate territory of the "unheimlich". The pulse waves fall like bombs, the beat becomes strange, it disorients us and invites us to guess where the next will hit while the melodies are transformed into randomly twisted snakes. Finally, the light appears at the end of the tunnel in the form of an ambient melody.

Essential XP, perhaps the most awaited album of the founders of the Blipblop collective.

https://blipblop8bit.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/randomselect8bit/

released July 17, 2019

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@zuberi8b

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New video from Cinematronic

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https://blipblop8bit.bandcamp.com/album/vol1

Sad Moritas is the dark side project maded by Los Pat Moritas. Powered riffs and hi BPM for the devilish dancing. Sad Moritas is 8bit music created on LSDJ on a Game Boy and post processed on a modern computer.
Long life to Blipblop, long life to chiptune.

https://blipblop8bit.bandcamp.com/
https://lospatmoritas.tumblr.com/
http://www.instagram.com/lospatmoritas/ … atmoritas/
credits
released February 11, 2019

excellent!

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That Genesis track is insane! but maybe you like my live set with a couple of covers only with DMG01
https://soundcloud.com/zuberi8b/live-2019-01-13

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Im in, with my account, and the last upload is from 19th of Nov

Great work! strong... Parental Advisory

Well Jeff, seems you are right and I have an issue with my GB Light
This 1st picture is the original backlight and is so dim

Then I tested with a pocket screen with a backlight and is a huge difference, actually the original seems brighter than it is

And later I tried the original backlight with the polarizer film of the green backlight and yes is the same brightness

So my issue seems to be the screen polarizer of my GB Light, and that I found in internet but didn't thought that was my case
https://imgur.com/a/K6pFH
Now the thing is that with the original backlight the background looks dirty, and with the backlight kit not.
Thinking how should I go on

I searched but could not find any information regarding the GameBoy Light, yes it has a backlight but is not as good as modern backlights.
As GameBoy Light uses 2xAA instead of 2xAAA should not be an issue using everdrive and batteries can last longer.
And as it has a switch to turn it off/on/backlight could be helpfull.