My trailer for our documentary. Consider it more of a teaser than a true trailer.
8-bit music is not a thing only found in old games. People make 8-bit versions of popular songs that are fully instrumental with voice.
A recent example of 8-bit art and 8-bit music (via Chiptune) that was depicted is from Disney Channel’s recent show Gravity Falls in the episode Fight Fighters which features 8-bit characters from an arcade as well as a Chiptune version of the theme song.
We salute YMCK!
- What is chiptune? To you?
- How did you get started with chiptune?
- How long have you been doing it?
- Who do you think is the audience?
- Where can you get the access?
- Why do you chiptune?
- How do you learn to chiptune?
- What are some difficulties?
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_pg9sJVnqw[/youtube]As a thanks to Pedro Silva of Slime Girls for interviewing with me, here’s some tunes. Take a gander…
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEp0t6WW9XU[/youtube]Here’s my short multimedia presentation on chiptune. Featuring interview clips from Pedro Silva, of the great San Jose chiptune band, Slime Girls. Also featuring music and voiceover by yours truly.