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Posted on 11-11-13 01:38:49 PM Link | Quote
Although I have my own collection of chiptunes (mostly from video games), but is there any good VG Music or chiptunes you like? I need a bigger collection to fill up disk space...ehm, I mean for fun...

Jokes aside, any good chiptunes in your collection? Then, post!
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Posted on 11-11-13 03:31:28 PM Link | Quote
For starters, there's the entire Sonic 2 soundtrack... Most of the music from GHOULS'N GHOSTS (genesis) is pretty good, Fortuna and the Staff Roll from Star Fox 1, and Area 6 as well as the Training music from SF64... Everything from Super Metroid... A few tracks from the first two Shining Force games are pretty good, namely most of the battle and town/castle musics (aka pretty much all of those soundtracks)... I don't know if this is a plausible suggestion, but you also mentioned regular VG Music, so... All of the original Ty the Tasmanian Tiger soundtrack, namely Bridge on the River Ty and Walk in the Park. If I think of any more, I'll edit or post again~
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Posted on 11-11-13 03:34:41 PM (last edited by m64m at 02-24-15 06:38:41 PM) Link | Quote
Here's 18.36GB of chiptune music. It's an archive of music from a website called 8Bit Collective, which doesn't exist anymore. To top it all off, all the songs are licensed under Creative Commons 3.0
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Posted on 11-11-13 04:16:44 PM (last edited by Kak64 at 11-11-13 05:09:27 PM) Link | Quote
Originally posted by m64m
Here's an 18.36GB torrent of chiptune music. It's an archive of music from a website called 8Bit Collective, which doesn't exist anymore. To top it all off, all the songs are licensed under Creative Commons 3.0

Oh god... 18GB..

Hoo boy, if my internet connection could download VX Netlux 60GB Torrent, why not this?

It will take me... yeah, in Italy, how much time?... let's j-just move on. (Downloading it anyway ).
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Posted on 11-11-13 04:38:41 PM Link | Quote
Ubiktune is a very good netlabel for chipmusic. They have about 70 releases (most of which I still haven't listened to) and they're pretty good
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Posted on 11-11-13 05:17:51 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by m64m
Here's an 18.36GB torrent of chiptune music. It's an archive of music from a website called 8Bit Collective, which doesn't exist anymore. To top it all off, all the songs are licensed under Creative Commons 3.0


I need a 4TB hard drive. Internal and external. Two externals.

I don't want to keep having to reserve the remaining space of 1.5TB I have in all.

...Oh what the hell *downloads*
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Posted on 11-12-13 04:33:03 AM Link | Quote
Or if you don't mind streams, there's Kohina.
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Posted on 11-18-13 06:50:15 PM Link | Quote
aaand done!
I have finished downloading everything. Whew! Now I can turn off this PC and go to sleep. It's almost 1 AM now!
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Posted on 12-11-13 04:30:39 PM Link | Quote
I got an album from C64audio.com called "Back in Time", which contains many Rob Hubbard tracks and some Martin Galway ones too, among others. If you want to download it, feel free to send me a PM. Lossless or 320kb/s MP3 are my selections I have
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Posted on 12-16-13 10:12:11 AM (last edited by Raccoon Sam at 12-16-13 10:12:32 AM) Link | Quote
my favorites are Jeroen Tel's SIDs and everything by Maktone.
I'm a purist, so I don't personally consider them 'chiptunes' but I still like OxygenStar's stuff a lot. Their album, "How to meet local hot women" is great!
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Posted on 12-16-13 11:38:55 AM (last edited by devin at 12-16-13 11:40:32 AM) Link | Quote
Originally posted by Raccoon Sam
Jeroen Tel

Originally posted by Raccoon Sam
Maktone



(JT also did some fine NES and Master System music back then too, and a few Game Boy games, though the latter being mostly unreleased I don't know how much of the music is currently available except as his personal source code dumps on romhacking.net :V)

(Also, I adore Maktone's beard.)

On that note, I totally forgot to link the High Voltage SID Collection, which has a few tens of thousands of C64 SID files, full of game music and massive amounts of both new and old stuff from "the scene" (best of all it's still updated with more and more new stuff about twice a year, and is about due for another update this month).

It's a bit daunting to sift through just because of the sheer number of files and artists, but it's not hard to find lists of well-liked C64 musicians (or just queue the entire collection up at once, hit "shuffle", and see what happens )
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Posted on 12-17-13 11:15:48 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by devin
On that note, I totally forgot to link the High Voltage SID Collection, which has a few tens of thousands of C64 SID files, full of game music and massive amounts of both new and old stuff from "the scene" (best of all it's still updated with more and more new stuff about twice a year, and is about due for another update this month).)
Finally!

I was just waiting for some VG music, although I didn't expect to hear about the C64 :/ . After all, this was one of the most important "platforms" for Chiptunes and etc... How could I forget about that?

Good thing these are chiptunes, so in their original format they shouldn't take much disk space (lacking due to toastytech mirror, Atlas Archive, 18GB Chiptunes, VMs, the list goes on...)

Originally posted by devin
Queue the entire collection up at once, hit "shuffle", and see what happens

I get stuck at the first step due to Server Execution Failing.
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Posted on 12-17-13 01:24:06 PM Link | Quote
I prefer NoLife-radio. Probably because they play less home computer and more console music.
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Posted on 12-17-13 02:35:04 PM Link | Quote
Does it have to be video game music?

Because here is a groovy collection of 8-bit bossa nova. I believe they’re all original compositions.
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Posted on 12-17-13 02:48:36 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Sofi
Does it have to be video game music?

Not really, but it's "heavily enforced" because this thread was made specifically for that (and everything goes into the Emulation folder).

You can still post about original compositions, if you wish to...
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Posted on 12-17-13 06:20:15 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Kak64
Originally posted by Sofi
Does it have to be video game music?

Not really, but it's "heavily enforced" because this thread was made specifically for that (and everything goes into the Emulation folder).

You can still post about original compositions, if you wish to...

I did, check it out in my previous post, dude.
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Posted on 12-18-13 04:55:44 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Sofi
Originally posted by Kak64
Originally posted by Sofi
Does it have to be video game music?

Not really, but it's "heavily enforced" because this thread was made specifically for that (and everything goes into the Emulation folder).

You can still post about original compositions, if you wish to...

I did, check it out in my previous post, dude.
I was just giving the "general recommendations" on what chiptunes to link to.

I didn't say anything specific.
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Posted on 02-03-14 02:04:10 AM Link | Quote

Big Giant Circles’s Impostor Nostalgia is one of my absolute favorite electronic albums. Not from a video game, but definitely video game–inspired.

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Posted on 02-11-14 08:13:45 AM Link | Quote
Obviously you have Anamanaguchi. Everyone should at this point.

Sabrepulse, Xinon and 8-Bit Weapon are also really good... I have some more in my collection, but I'll have to check. The Realization split EP by Sabrepulse/Xinon though is absolutely fantastic and Vanishing Point in particular is just mind-blowingly good.
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Posted on 02-24-15 06:40:58 PM Link | Quote
The original link I posted to the 18GB of CC3.0 chiptune is dead, so have a fresh one courtesy of archive.org.
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