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Aug 5, 2014 | 8:57 PM EDT
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Loop
147 KB
8 sec
Score
3.54 / 5.00

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Rated 3.54 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Chipstep
Tags:
loop
chip
vintage
arpeggio

Author Comments

This is my FIRST TIME making an arpeggio. I know. It sounds terrible. Could I possibly get some help here? I really want to get into the habit of making chiptunes, and I think arpeggios are the place to start. :D

I tried using the vintage sounds FL Studio provided, but I don't think they sound good at all. Even with layering. I'll try something else I guess.

Any help or criticism counts! ^~^

Reviews


PandasticalityPandasticality

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome, i love chip sounds, i used chip sounds in my latest song, this could really be made into something beatiful, very clear chip sounds, gj.

- Pandasticality


Exilious responds:

Thank you very much! I plan on extending this into something a little longer, so be on the lookout!


GomichoGomicho

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Even though its your first time and short in length, I love the simplicity of it. Doesn't make you think too much into details and has a happy vibe to it.

Hope you make more soon~


Exilious responds:

Wow, thank you! I'm gonna keep practicing using arpeggio's and see if I can really make something out of it. Stay tuned, 'cause there will be this and other songs coming your way! :D

Once again, thanks for the feedback! ^~^


Aisnon-AAisnon-A

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I have little experience with chip-step, but I think the appregio sounds fine. The notes are distinct, pitch well, and create a discernible voice; you could easily compliment it. I suggest experimenting with that aspect. Maybe observe how different basses and percussion mix, or even fiddle with the appregio's speed while testing different synths?

Also, as I understand it, an appregio is sometimes referred to as a broken chord, so harmony and position may be important.

I hope this helps somehow.


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Exilious responds:

It helps a bunch! Thank you very much for the feedback. I hope to test it out by cutting out certain parts and putting behind a melody of some sort. As well as trying out different synths to see what works. Again, I really appreciate the feedback! :D