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#20[corner]

It fills me with DEE-LITEā„¢ 39F Pride Fluid to announce that I have produced my first video game soundtrack. The game is The Indie Game Legend, by Paul Hubans. It is an homage to The Guardian Legend (NES, 1988), and a satire of the social scene among the higher-profile developers on the TIGSource forums. The music, tuned to Paul's vision and direction, is mostly pseudo-chip rock inspired by the original game.

Download The Indie Game Legend to experience all the emulated old-timey goodness you can handle:
http://phubans.wordpress.com/

I have made the tunes themselves available as well. Find them in the projects section as usual.

I plan to write more soundtracks as the opportunities manifest. Keep synced.

#10[corner]

Renoise is one of my favorite music composition programs. One interesting feature it has is the ability to load any file as if it were a raw, headerless audio file. I like loading non-audio files like images, text, and executables, trying out different assumed sample rates and bit depths. This can generate some weird sound sources.

Here is a short tune I made in 2007 which uses a BMP image loaded as the main instrument.

Gravedance

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