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A tiny little chip

1:03

166 bpm

Electronic

Music - single full track

 
 
 

  • Aggressive
  • Confused
  • Crazy
  • Monotonic
  • Intro story / animation
  • Title screen / Menu system
  • Ingame standard level
  • Ingame boss level
  • Level complete
  • Intermission animation
  • Game over
  • Highscore input
  • Highscore view
  • Game complete
FileFileinfoPriceMP3 previews
mod
50,574 bytes
  • 4 ch, 8 bit, 22050 Hz
  • Chip music
  • Music requires/does smooth looping
€ 4.00 non-exclusive
€ 40.00 exclusive
mp3
1.7 mb
  • 8 bit, 22050 Hz
  • Chip music
  • Music has an ending (Doesn't loop)
€ 4.00 non-exclusive
€ 40.00 exclusive
wav
23.3 mb
  • 16 bit, 48000 Hz
  • Chip music
  • Music requires/does smooth looping
€ 4.00 non-exclusive
€ 40.00 exclusive

Author: Trond Øyvind Hermansen   [Request this track]    [View track & author details

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Trond Øyvind Hermansen

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Under the handle "Rad" or "Rad Radical" or in the really old days "Tron" or "Techno-Tron" I made a lot of techno-tunes on my Amiga 500 back in the day. Most are from 1992-1993, but a few was made as late as 1996.

The style is mostly hardcore techno with a bit of fun and most are really fast paced.

I am ever so slowly converting the mod-files into mp3-files and adding them here, but it takes a lot of time so bear with me.

I used to play the drums and some guitar, but today I only play a bone flute. I am dreaming about making mods again, but who has time for such luxury?

Don't hesitate to ask any questions you must have.

See ya. :-)

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