|Lef - 2015-07-28 |
My dick is 4 bits.
Actually more like Atari Jaguar, it really doesn't last for very long and there's not much in the way of a game going on.
I'm like Kasumi Ninja.
|memedumpster - 2015-07-28 |
I'm a 2 bit whoore.
|Aress - 2015-07-28 |
"It's like, 'oh nobody listens to the fat kid'. Or "oh nobody listens to the kid who needs a haircut.' Or "oh nobody listens to the kid who looks like he gave Chester Cheetah a rimjob".
Extra spicy flavor.
|Xenocide - 2015-07-28 |
He sounds pretty 8-bitter.
|EvilHomer - 2015-07-28 |
Lots of quality chiptune dorkery in the comments section.
Anyone here know of a good NES chiptune program that'll run/record off a MIDI keyboard controller?
Will GXSCC do that?
There isn't really one. I have a MIDInes but they're kind of buggy. I think you'd be happier running MaxYMiser on an Atari ST. I haven't really used it because I don't have a real monitor for my ST and 64-x200 is too blurry to read when you use the composite out, but I'm pretty sure you can play the instruments you design in it via midi; I know you can sync the tracker tempo to midi clock.
I haven't used it, but FamiTracker supports MIDI keyboards and can even export the NES sound format.
With the proper equipment you could even write your own songs to an NES cartridge if you wanted.
If you want to go super hardcore, there's a device out there called "Synthboy" I think which is an analog rack style controller that hooks into a real GameBoy and uses it's sound engine with custom software to produce sounds.
Yeah, there are a few options for controlling a Gameboy live but nothing I know about for NES other than MIDINES, and it's really underwhelming. I'm glad I traded for one but if I had spent money on it I'd have sold it. To uneliable to use as an instrument, but decent for making loops and stuff if you really want to get your sounds from real hardware. Which I can kind of respect because no matter what anyone says about "oh it's just a few raw oscillators" (which is true) the DO have a pretty distinct sound to them. The pitch bend sounds different in the analog domain, and I think the sample channel sounds a lot different than any software emulation I've heard. Nobody will actually hear the difference in a mix and it doesn't really matter, but there IS a difference.
|Old_Zircon - 2015-07-28 |
What is he even saying? I think I know what he is TRYING to say, but what he's ACTUALLY saying is a mystery.
|chumbucket - 2015-07-29 |
So son, what did you do today?
Well, here's the thing, I just did this video and ...sheesh, dammit, people are smokin crack or something because it's just not 8bit! You know? I mean, uhhh, just compare it! It's obvious! So frustrating!! I know, I'm fat, but god, 8bit?? Really? I'm so sick of it! Really!
Awww, that's too bad. Well eat your cookies and if you want to take your milk back to your room it's ok just put it back in the sink when you're done with it ok sweetie?
|Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2015-07-29 |
Well, I think that it sounds a bit 8-bit!
|DerangedGoblin - 2015-07-29 |
There is something beautiful about the way his mannerisms channel Chris-chan around 2:15.
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