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Sounds really cool! Will try and give this a go soon.
The MP3 is only in L-channel though?
On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 6:20 AM, Louis Gorenfeld
> I finally got around to zipping up and releasing my chiptune
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Sounds really cool! Will try and give this a go soon.The MP3 is onl=
y in L-channel though?Cheers!On =
Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 6:20 AM, Louis Gorenfeld <louis.gorenfeld@gma=
I finally got around to zipping up and relea=
sing my chiptune
accompaniment software that I debuted at San Mateo Maker Faire 2012.
It's called Chip-o-Matic and it runs off Pure Data. I figured it'd =
of interest to people on this list. Plus, it comes with a small
document that talks about the history of chiptunes and how they work.
Basically, you load it up in Pure Data, and then you can set the beat
pattern/arpeg speed/tempo, choose the bass note with the lower octave,
play arpeggios with the middle octaves, and play leads with the top
It can be gotten at http://extentofthejam.com/Chip-o-Matic-1.0.tar.gz<=
And here's a small thrown-together sample of me noodling with it:
Happy Valentine's Day, everyone!
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