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So, I have a handful of songs i wrote on guitar, drums, and bass, but im thinking about replacing some of the instrumentation I have with sounds from my Gameboys and Pocket-Operators (mostly just to justify the purchases XD). Does anyone have any recommendations for music that does a simmilar thing that i should listen to?

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IL, US

Awkward Terrible

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Liverpool, UK

The J Arthur Keenes Band
Depreciation Guild
Marshall Art
Failotron
SadNES
Anamanaguchi,

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I do this a bit. On this album in particular:

https://bowtie.bandcamp.com/album/drouth

and to a lesser extent:

https://bowtie.bandcamp.com/album/and-friends

not all tracks on the latter have chip, but it's a mishmash of different things from different artists, so might be worth a listen.

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England

bud melvin and his banjo

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San Diego

Danimal Cannon

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Slime Girls, especially the Vacation Wasteland album

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Melbourne

Tuberz McGee

https://cheapbeatsmusic.bandcamp.com/album/progression
https://cheapbeatsmusic.bandcamp.com/al … le-in-laws

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Omodaka!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SoZzlgQzHM

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26pviI-3tF0

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUPJkT4I7LY

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Penarth, UK

don't do it!

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The Forest, WA

listen to more firebrandboy wink
http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2gsate/ti … y-too-many

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There's a band called Crying whose early works do this.
I really love the audio engineering in Kubbi's music. Very crisp blend of electric guitars and chip without either being drowned out or fatiguing of the ears. Haven't heard anyone do it better.
MicroD does chip and drums.
Band called Pajjama posted a progressive rock EP here called "Starch" that had FM Synthy chip sounds.

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firebrandboy wrote:

don't do it!

do what?

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oh right, i should link a video