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Help in compositing a chiptune

category: general [glöplog]
A little update about what I have now.
Sounds different. I tried to keep a simple rythm and add some ... accordion? x)
Initially I don't wanted to share it yet cause I'm still experimenting but if you want to play with it ^^
added on the 2019-05-18 00:05:03 by Romain337 Romain337
*By experimenting I mean that I'm trying to apply things I read here before to show what I think good enought so I can have your hints and try better.
added on the 2019-05-18 00:12:40 by Romain337 Romain337
It's getting better. :) The melodic sounds fight each other a little bit in a few places, so it would be better if you could decide at each spot what is melody and what is accompaniment. And at some point, when you decide it's been enough of the A part or whatever, time to introduce something new, you could make the bass play some other chords. Now it's just "F - Dm - F - Dm" all the time.

I made some changes, now there's a new part that has three-voice chords in addition to the bass, and a melancholic melody. It feels like it's not even the same genre, but just to give some ideas. The chords are like this: C - Dm - C - Dm - Bb - F - Am - Dm.
added on the 2019-06-01 01:01:17 by yzi yzi
@yzi: I have since advanced in this song and it sound very different now :)
I have started the integration in the intro I do for the Switch.
Thanks you for the edit, I will take a look at this afterwork :p
added on the 2019-06-03 09:56:39 by Romain337 Romain337
Wow the last 2 pattern are very cool !! I need to study how they work.
Thanks you very much. But seriously.

For now I'm integrating this one in the intro, but it could change a bit until the release. I need to apply the rule "write code not engine" or something similar otherwise I will spent my life on it.
added on the 2019-06-03 19:04:07 by Romain337 Romain337


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