Posts Tagged ‘chip tune’

Rhyphte Reviews: We Were Once Called Spring

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It’s finally summer, and I’m finished with college and coming out of hiatus. The last few months have been crunch, and I’ve had much less time to produce or review, but I’ve still been able to hear so many of the great new titles that have been dropping this year. Among them is yet another excellent indie-chip hybrid, a subgenre of a subgenre I’m starting to notice I have a weakness for.

We Were Once Called Spring‘ is Azuria Sky’s experimental and significant expansion into the constantly blending realm of folk and indie. It’s an eclectic assortment of LSDJ riffs, folksy chord progressions, and poignant, sentimental lyrics backed by acoustic guitar.

Album art for ‘We Were Once Called Spring’
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Intense Tech con Defense Mech – Un groove grooveante y trucos para los ticks. Parte dos

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Artículo Original de DEFENSE MECHANISM. Traducción al Español por Pixel Guy.

¡Bienvenidos una vez más a Intense Tech con Defense Mech! En esta ocasión continuaremos explorando los grooves. Una vez que hayas leído esta lección deberás de tener algunos trucos extra bajo la manga para hacer el groove de tus canciones aún más intenso.

Imagen hecha por @dethrood
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Aydan Appreciates: ‘The Best of DDRKirby(ISQ) – Volume 2’

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DDRKirby(ISQ) has composed an absolutely obscene amount of quality tunes over the past decade and a half, and is a long-standing member of both the OCRemix and chipmusic communities. Predominantly composing music for a series of themed game competitions called the ‘Ludum Dare’ series, DDRKirby(ISQ) and friends have created dozens of these small, entertaining, browser-based games. With this competition being held once every six months, a colossal amount of material has been composed; DDRKirby(ISQ) has graciously compiled what they consider to be their best hits over the past few years. From video game remixes to original compositions, the album is simply packed full of memorable music!

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Advice from the Volume 8 Judging Panel

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Heya friends! With only a little more than 2 months remaining until the Volume 8 submission deadline (#July 6th #PutItOnYourCalendars), it’s time for our annual advice column from this year’s judging panel!

Whether you’re just getting started on your track or already making final tweaks to your entry (you lovely early birdy, you), chances are you’ll benefit from the collective advice presented below. Happy reading & composing!

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