On this episode, I have a look at the chiptune sounds of the NES and Game Boy and dive into the audio capabilities of both consoles.

Video of Russ making music – https://twitter.com/russdiemon/status/1037537972768399361

Super Audio Boy VST – https://impactsoundworks.com/product/super-audio-boy/

My website – https://willhelliwell.com

Get in touch on Twitter – https://twitter.com/willhelliwell1

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1982, the year of the Commodore 64! Let’s take a look at writing music for this iconic system.
Difference Between SID Chips
Cybernoid 2
C64 Playlist

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We’re going right back to 1977 video game music with the Atari 2600! In this episode, I have a look at some of the limitations of that console and how music was written for it.

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Music theory is one of those things a lot of musicians (I’m looking at you, guitarists) like to avoid. So I made this episode to try and simplify it, make it less daunting and more useful. You can check out the neck diagrams over on my blog on Medium

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