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Ive herd it done before, but i just cant figure it out, how do people do chip tunes with such accurate gameboy sounds? the only anwser i could think of was emu;ation and wav sampling would just be grossly time consuming, so how is it done? dose it require a game boy? special cables? program? WHAT?!
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Chiptunes (basically the same thing) are done with a couple of basic sound wave instruments, you can do it with a couple 3xOsc
That's all you need, usually the noise waves are used to create a drumline of sorts
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What I did to emulate GameBoy sounds is I downloaded and installed FL Studio, then downloaded a VST called tb_triforce, which emulates GameBoy sounds. I also downloaded tb_peach, which emulates NES sounds. I don't remember where exactly I got 'em, but like the person above me said, you could find it at www.tweakbench.com.
my friend and i only know of two gb sound emulators: lsdj and nanoloop. i use lsdj myself....just need to learn how to use it ;) .