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I've already used LSDJ with a Game Boy emulator, I want to be able to do more that jut 4 channels, though. Any and all tips are appreciated.
Did you check out the free VST thread? There were some effects someone mentioned that would be good for that: http://www.newgrounds.com/bbs/topic/1042 375/1
Also, I haven't used the buzz interface, but you might want to check it out: http://www.buzzmachines.com/whatisbuzz.p hp
(first, sorry about my bad english)
MUSAGI 0.23 is the best program to do Chiptune (more easier than famitracker, lsdj and any other tracker) the design and the interface are easier than other software, and musagi was designed to do chiptune (again, sorry about my bad english)
At 11/5/13 05:27 PM, camoshark wrote: In case you guys haven't noticed, this thread is FOUR years old.
I believe that's a record, as far as necros go...
Nope, not even close.
Also, leaving this open because he at least bumped it with relevant information regarding the subject that others can see even if the OP isn't around anymore.
In all honesty, chiptune comes and goes over the years in small waves. It's one of those genres that will always be relevant/encourage new young producers to step up to bat for a moment.
Giants are too tall. We'll have to stand on top of each others shoulders to survive.
At 5/23/09 06:31 PM, eckmann88 wrote: I've already used LSDJ with a Game Boy emulator, I want to be able to do more that jut 4 channels, though. Any and all tips are appreciated.
I use Magical 8-bit, and it's free! It's very basic but not a lot of diversity to it, so in that sense it's sort of limited. But I have also heard Plogue Chipsound is supposed to be great too! But it costs some money