9-Heart wrote:

for Chiptune and other electronic, lo-fi, weird stuff.

FUCK YES. I have been waiting for something like this. Highly interested in this, and in the cassette tape aesthetic overall. Count me in! big_smile


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I got the email as well. Time to get started on my piece, then. smile


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Ateno, I sent you a PM with my email in it, because I wasn't paying attention and didn't do it in my last one. Herp Derp.


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Hey there, I would love to collaborate if I could.
I'll go with Duskull.

Hello, everyone. My name is Nathan, from Oklahoma City, OK. I’m on ucollective and noisechannel but this is basically my first post on chipmusic. It is great to be a member of such an awesome website dedicated to the promotion of chip music. Here is a little bit of background on me.

I discovered the chip music scene from 8bc back in Fall of 2010, my junior year of college. I was a music composition major and ended up graduating in Spring 2013 with my bachelor’s degree in it. I lurked 8bc like a hawk and discovered some of my favorite artists that way, including Sabrepulse, IAYD, Disasterpeace, Fighter X, Electric Children, Trey Frey, and more. I first downloaded the full version of LSDJ 4.0 (I think it was?) and used my emulator, but got absolutely nowhere. Part of it was being lazy, a huge chunk of it was the intimidation I felt from a very heavy classical music school. My senior year I finished my first piece on LSDJ, using a Gameboy and cart this time around, and it was written with the intent to say, “fuck this, I’m a composer and I’ll write whatever I damn well please.” So I did and people liked it. I’ve writing chip music ever since, as well as more commercial music (I’m working on a short film score for a friend of mine now). I plan to write commercial music, specifically video game music as my career of choice from here on out.

That’s what I got and I'm sticking to it. It's a pleasure to meet you all! Also, is there anybody else on cm.o from Oklahoma City or the surrounding area? I was just curious, it feels like the chip scene in OKC is non-existent.