I made this one in August 2012 and it was my first real attempt at making an original in FamiTracker. It’s short, but sweet. I tried to emulate some of Noboyuki Shioda’s NES and GB work. (Note: This is not a Kirby cover as the picture might imply.)
Just wanted to quickly clear something up about a few new songs that I’ve made recently. I’m working on a soundtrack and have made a few originals in FamiTracker that I haven’t posted here yet. What I’m going to do is post up the full album once I release and it’ll show up on the site first thing. Until then, if you want to keep up to date with those songs, check out my SoundCloud or YouTube page, or you can listen to the playlist at the bottom of this page. You can actually download the FLAC files on SoundCloud if you want the songs now, but the final versions of the songs will be released with the soundtrack. I’ll continue to post any covers as I make them. Thanks and sorry for the confusion.
Made in FamiTracker with the N163 expansion. I made this arrangement for the FamiTracker boards’ Demo Compo 7 and ended up winning with it. I’m pretty happy with this one. It was a different style than I’m used to and one of the first songs that I’ve practiced a decent amount of improv with.
Just wanted to let everyone know that FTMs are available for most of my FamiTracker-composed music because I’ve gotten quite a few requests for those. If you have FamiTracker, it’ll allow you to look at the whole song, note by note.
Made in FamiTracker with the VRC6 expansion. This song was mostly influenced by a lot of neo-progressive music. I did a lot of experimenting with this song, and I’m pretty pleased with how it turned out!
This is my first NSF to use the VRC7 sound chip and I had a lot of fun with it! This didn’t take too long, but it’s cool to see how much more creative you can get when you have all these extra FM sounds.