8-bit stings

SquareNote

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Hi everyone,

I'm just getting started with my plans to upload music on StencylForge--hopefully the first set of many. My first pass will be a collection of very short (like, under 10 seconds each) stings in 8-bit NES style. I'm using a midiNES, which directly accesses a working NES sound chip for maximum authenticity and nostalgia!

These stings could be useful for game events like acquiring a power-up, completing a level, game over, showing a hi-score screen, and things like that. I'll also include some very very short clips for menu UI sounds.

After that I'll probably do some 1-minute loops for background or menu music.

The collection of stings should go up sometime over the next couple of days depending on when I have a free hour or two to package them all up--I'll reply here when I upload them.

This is just the beginning from me. I have some orchestral stuff too I'll probably release.

thanks,
SquareNote

Darkhog

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Could you make some music for Adventure Cavern? Right now it uses straight rips from Adventure Island, except for main menu and level 4 music. I'd like something AI-styled, but not from AI.

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SquareNote

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Let me get some generic stuff up first and then I'll start looking at contributing to specific projects. I'll take a look at Adventure Cavern though and see if I have anything written already that I can expand on!

SquareNote

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Ok, they're up. There's a resource pack called 8bit Stings.