I did this in 2007. Technically perhaps not chipmusic..

"A Large Part of Your Mind Sliced" [2009]
Filmed and edited by Asif Siddiky of 2 Player Productions

"A Few Years Later" [2009]
Illustrated and animated by Plasticflesh

Which code did you use to embed?

Last edited by axisart (Jul 16, 2012 1:08 am)

ABSRDST wrote:

I swear this isn't just an excuse to post my video that my cousin made for my new song...

But it kind of is. In any case, do any of you guys have any video work done for your songs? I'd really like to see them, the video for the "videogames" 8 bit cover was exceptional.

i've watched this quite a few times, it's really top notch!

Here's something I made, it's not very good but I had fun with it:

And here is a decent fan-made video:

ABSRDST wrote:

I swear this isn't just an excuse to post my video that my cousin made for my new song...

But it kind of is. In any case, do any of you guys have any video work done for your songs? I'd really like to see them, the video for the "videogames" 8 bit cover was exceptional.


...Well that was dope.


REAL TRAP SHIT

Decktonic wrote:

[...]

And here is a decent fan-made video:

Best Chipmusic Video i have ever seen.
This is Awesome.

9-Heart wrote:
Decktonic wrote:

[...]

And here is a decent fan-made video:

Best Chipmusic Video i have ever seen.
This is Awesome.

I liked the last part the best, as it actually went with the music.

Shameless repost since it fits this thread smile

track off the next album. footage from archive.org

ovenrake wrote:

the ever constant self promotion dot com

not really chip but i'll play .5 of 10k's card
edit:
I also made that ascii spaceship and computer control center design cool
then my buddy did a video for mcfiredrill that deserves more attention, jus' sayin

I love miniburguer time. Which camera did you guys use?

This isn't really a chipmusic video per se. More like a slide show with chiptune in it. Main focus was the music, but I figured I'd put in something to look at.

It plays a bit oddly because the original file is an mp4, so there was no conversion involved. I added some kind of lo-fi filter (forgot what it was called) to the tune in LMMS to make it sound a bit more authentic.

Someone just sent me this today: