Sequencing programs

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by contageouswh, Mar 11, 2004.

  1. contageouswh

    contageouswh New Member

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    can anyone tell where to find a program that can let me make some crazy chip tunes ?
  2. Ronny

    Ronny Midi Mad Super Mod! Staff Member Super Mod

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    Is this some new style of music?
  3. 70sixer

    70sixer New Member

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    whats a crazy chip tune?
  4. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Chiptunes were popular back in the Commodore and Amiga days. I have a huge collection of them myself. Essentially, they are chip-generated music/audio files, including SID and NSF, and the loosely accepted MOD/S3M. MOD/S3M files do not truly qualify, because they use ripped-from-chip samples instead of an actual chip, and does not rely on any chip for sampleage.

    Sequencer? I haven't come across one lately. I will let you know if I find one, but I must know what format you plan to sequence in.
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  5. shaft99

    shaft99 New Member

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    It must be the crazy sounds from the commodore tape recorder!!
  6. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    The Sound Interface Device, SID (MOS 6581 and MOS 8580, depending on version of the machine) is the sound synthetizer chip used in Commodore 64 and 128. No audio data was present at the time of making of these tunes. Everything was chip generated.

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