8Bit Forest Interlude

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This is my version of Forest Interlude from Donkey Kong Country 2. I made this using Famitracker, a sequencing program for making 8-bit styled music. This song uses the expansion chip for the Famicom called the VRC7. The VRC7 uses FM Synthesis.

You can find this and any other songs I've covered on Youtube at my Channel; VolcansMusic. If you have any suggestions or concerns, I'll gladly listen!

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This is crazy awesome! and it was made on a Famicom!? good job! 10/10

VolcansMusic responds:

More like; made for a Famicom. I made it in a tracking program on the computer, but this could be imported to play on a Famicom or a modded NES. I don't have the means to do so, but I've seen it done before. Thanks!~

Was playing Geometry Dash and heard this in a user stage and just loved it so i searched it and got the link to here and now im writing a review and ive listen to this twenty times today....Plan on taking this and trying to do something with it idk yet but good work man....Be ready to hear my version of FF7 Cosmo Canyon theme very soon you are such an inspiration to a game developer and animation student like me and i thank you very much

Came here to say your song was in Dashiegames's gameplay of geometry dash and in a stage of geometry dash and also came here to say I love 8bit and I love the original for this song so thanks for making it!

VolcansMusic responds:

Thanks for letting me know! Got a few comments on the Youtube Video for the song as well. Glad you like it. :D

Amazing i'm an Indie game developer and i'm looking for some 8bit stuff and I would love to use this track in my game and your name will be in the credits

VolcansMusic responds:

Go for it! :D

Woooow i really love this one! :D awesome job! :D

Credits & Info

4.39 / 5.00

Aug 10, 2014
5:39 AM EDT
Video Game
File Info
6.8 MB
4 min 15 sec

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.