serial_crusher: Ah. That's more like it.
Cerebral Knievel: What the hell?anyways... Bit music... it has been around for a while now.
desolation15: Isn't this just midi?
russlar: Subdivisions > Every other 8-bit remix
Matrix Flavored Wasabi: Cerebral Knievel: What the hell?anyways... Bit music... it has been around for a while now.I always heard it called Chiptunes.
machoprogrammer: Wait, people actually voluntarily listen to the crap on Reload?
cameroncrazy1984: Yeah, cause I really wanna hear Fuel in 8 bits...
skinink: I wonder how Enter Sandman sounds as a 8 bit song.
Cerebral Knievel: Matrix Flavored Wasabi: Cerebral Knievel: What the hell?anyways... Bit music... it has been around for a while now.I always heard it called Chiptunes.it can go either way I think.. but in my.. opinion, at least (opinions being like assholes and all).. bit tunes applies to programing songs as applied to certain sound environments.. like this thing that uses the 8bit NES as a sound chip environment.. or a C64 chip set..in short.. a bit tune is a song composed in the style of a bit set or, system.. so.. interpreting metallica as it would sound via a NES, is a Bit tune,a chip tune is using the parameters of a chip set to create an original tunethat is at least how I interpret the difference between a bit tune and a chip tune. .for it to be a CHIPtune.. it would be exploiting sound chips, or making general analogue noise to create compositions.
serial_crusher: Why this album of all the choices? Metallica's second worst album on Nintendo's second best console./ I guess there could have been worse albums since this one, but it's where I stopped listening anyhow.// SNES was the best.
Hawnkee: Chiptunes are hipster fodder? When the fark did that happen? Hipsters want attention. Gamers just a better rig.
FarkGrudge: admitting it's all just midi music
SuburbanSound: I much prefer these guys. They take classic video game music and actually play it on real honest to goodness instruments. The Contra boss music is ridiculous.
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