8-Bit Chip

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     Traditionally, 8-Bit music is created in what can be described as a spreadsheet-like environment, where pitches and effects are coded one at a time. My idea was to put all the major 8-bit voices (Pulse 50%/25%/12%, Triangle, and Noise) into a single piano keyboard setup, allowing any piano-savvy musician to quickly start writing some chiptune goodness.

• Pulse (3 variants), triangle, and noise wave samples

• Simple all-in-one keyboard layout

• "Legato" effect

• Vibrato, tremolo, slide (portamento), attack, and release controls


Tech Specs:

     - SFZ Format (Level 2.0)

     - 44.1 kHz, FLAC, Stereo

     - 2.5 MB on Disk

Works in most DAWs and notation software using Plogue's sforzando, a free SFZ player that functions as both a standalone player, as well as a VST/AU/RTAS/AAX plugin.

Current Version: 2.1.3 Version History

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