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Thief of Heaven (8-Bit)

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Oct 9, 2011 | 4:40 AM EDT
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9.1 MB
4 min 0 sec
4.46 / 5.00

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enjeeadium; round numero drei!

i wasn't really keen on using this for a few reasons but i don't expect to get around to making anything else before the 17th so YEAH enjoy some chips! i'm simply ecstatic with how this turned out, personally.

1xDMG w/ LSDJ and the slightest dash of reverb



Rated 5 / 5 stars


great track, good job

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Orchestra of Retro Tunes

has a perfect melody throughout

Deserves a Ten

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really cool stuff man

Really like this. What the hell do you produce stuff like this with? I love it. I've never looked into 8bit production before. Sounds really authentic man. Would love to know what you do it with.

But yeah, really quality. Love the drums and all the synths. Reminds me of doing flips on Dizzy. Love it. 10/10 5/5

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midimachine responds:

For my 8-bit stuff I use a Game Boy (the old brick one, a.k.a. DMG-001) running a program called littlesounddj (LSDJ). You can get USB cartridges made by a company called EMS and you put the LSDJ rom on the cartridge which is what I've done here. Failing that, you can just run LSDJ in an emulator and it should work okay but it sounds way better and feels way cooler using a Game Boy.

Thanks for the review! :)