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big_smile gracias !!!  nice pic! 8'd


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not the best marijuana in the world, but it will get you high on the beach! smile


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big_smile yooo


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2 game boys + monotron . happy to share this set, i'm used to track on famitracker, and i'm highly impressed with the live mode on LSDJ, something thats is hard to find on most trackers.
http://soundcloud.com/droidon/submersiv … live-set-1


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Hello nice people, i've been expecting to share some of my last productions! hope you like some glitchy dance on Famitracker wink digging some bass

Download at Chippanze.org


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wedanced wrote:

i didnt hate dubstep until all you guys killed it for me. no joke.

now we're talking!


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is this thread smelling like a new Dubstep chip comp???  it would be cool... smile


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nice tunes KODEK, i have one release of yours! smile  heavy and neat stuff.
if you want to release something at Chippanze.org, youre most welcome!

now, someone please dig this tune! http://soundcloud.com/nostalgia/nostalgia-the-hero-clip
im so happy to see talented artists aplying (nice) chip influence on extreme tunes.
dubstep haters, eat dust!



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Diskette Deluxe wrote:

FM-chip influenced. When I saw him DJ he opened with the Streets of Rage opening theme, figures!

Love joker, I think he calls his style of dubstep 'purple'. It's more like raw electronic hip-hop.

JOKER IS GREAT! im a big fan smile
here is a interview, on wich he mentions some games that he would like to make a nice BGM for!
http://emmalinedavies.blogspot.com/2009 … super.html

some nice tunes on the thread! cheers

i liked it a lot! TMNT rooocks smile
i mentioned your release in local tv interview, now you can get some brazilian girls hehehe


dementional smile

hello! im a big fan of NeS trackers, i mostly record my albuns using Famitracker! in 2 years i learned two diferent ways for live playing in it smile ima LSDJ user too (perfect for instant gigs), as i also got into LGPT (getting used to samples...osc is nice).

but now. 1 year after the first NTRQ been released, i bought a Dingoo, and i intend to use it for this tracker.
i know its emulated, but what the fuck, its so pratical and totally functional! and the NES tunes are amazing, this is a great tracker! with a bunch of new dynamics.
soon, i would like to make a NTRQ worshop here in Brasil! and here, i would like to congratulate Neil for this great and inspiring creation! NTRQ FTW



thanks for sharing smile

lan-party hahahaha


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droid-on wrote:


Yes, there are some nice productions with chipmusic based on dubstep! mainly RALP, wich has brought the spirit of massive bass lines and hard beats to the chipmusic world. Quarta 330 is also a great reference, as he remixed those tracks from Cardopusher and Kode9 (old school dubstep-not massive).
also, there are some amazing artists using game tunes as inspiration, like RUSTIE from Numbers. hes a talented guy, and his music diverges from the convencional dubstep, as a lot of artists carrying that genre does.

the "dubstep way" is known for digging hard tunes, with massive sub bass lines, usual 140/70 bpm or less , there a lot of styles, Massive is the most popular, as it drives the crowd nuts, headbanging and weird jumps with strange hand movements...

yes, it seems to be developed from d'n b, almost every dubstep liveset ends with a drum n bass track hehe its like scratching from that low bpm to a very fast takedown.
the live performance of the best dubstep artists are intense! as the music structure has more dynamics and louder tunes than the some other genres (and also cause its new stuff, hype hehe)

at my perspective, dubstep is a genre that in general, push the tunes to the edge! diferent from most IDM music, dubstep partys are made to dance, as you can also enjoy some breakdown beats and edgy synthetizing...extra subs are mandatory big_smile


and thanks to André and Kurt (Pulselooper and Subway sonicbeat) for throwing my album at this thread hehe smile
but the new hype is SKRILLEX hahahahha my dubstep is obsolete !