AudioThing has announced updates to two of its plugins dedicated to 8-bit and chiptune sounds. miniBit is an 8-bit/chiptune style synthesizer plugin that emulates the sound of 80s game consoles and retro computers, while the miniVerb recreates the classic digital echo/reverb sound made famous by iconic consoles such as the NES and SNES. Changes in […]
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Luca Di Gennaro
“Split screen cover of “Main Theme” by Kazumi Totaka from Animal Crossing: New Horizons (© 2020 Nintendo) just with a Moog Sub 37 and Logic Pro X percussions.”
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“Chip Maestro 8 bit synthesizer cartridge for NES. I bought this from the original kickstarter years ago, but have never really used it. Just popped it in the NES and tried it out for a few minutes. This is very easy to use, but does not display anything on the screen while it’s plugged in – everything is configured via MIDI. The instruction booklet is available on
Really Nice Audio
“In this final Specdrum video we take a quick look at the extra sounds that were available and how to sync the system to a DAW.”
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“Serena’s Harp melody (AKA Yggdrasil Theme) from Dragon Quest XI – Echoes of an Elusive Age performed live on synths. I added some ambient ocean sounds for atmosphere. Hopefully you find this calming / soothing.
Just finished playing this game and I absolutely loved it, the soundtrack by Koichi Sugiyama is fantastic.
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You can find demos of one here.
“A true arcade-style keyboard and mono-synth, emulating the chip-tune sounds of old. It does all the old arpeggiator effects and classic Nintendo/Sega sounds you’ll recognise, and even has a small built-in speaker.
Playing on the arcade game switches is a truly unique experience, great fun, and then you have that great big red joystick for
“All the sounds, except for the drums were generated by a a Yamaha Reface CS.
No effects has been added.”
“My take on the title theme of the classic NES Metroid game, performed live on a Sequential Prophet XL and a Moog Matriarch. I overdubbed my Therevox ET-4 in one part (you’ll see it).”
“Here’s a very minimalist track.”