Gundersonmunderson created the graphics, animation, and music for this fun video. He emulated the Sega Genesis’ Yamaha YM2612 chip for this arrangement of College & Electric Youth’s “A Real Hero,” which you should remember from the soundtrack for Drive.
I’m pretty new to this whole plug.dj thing but I basically made myself a handy Youtube playlist of dozens of classic game music collections and here we are. It’s kind of like Turntable just more … open, if that makes sense. Also not restricted to America because it’s based on Youtube and Soundcloud imports.
COME CHAT WITH ME WHILE WE LISTEN TO COOL BEEPS AND BOOPS
Quick Man (Edit) from the Rockman No Constancy soundtrack (Rockman 2 hack).
Oh, wow. This is actually an 8-bit cover of the Namco x Capcom Opening, but it’s absolutely beautiful here. If you’ve ever played this incredibly difficult ROM hack, the music is stunning and rewarding, just for playing through it. The true reward is actually finishing a stage. Even if you don’t make it (as most don’t), just hearing this playing in the background is often satisfying enough.
Someday I should Livestream my pitiful attempts at this game.
Another Winter by Anamanaguchi, remixed by Jackal Queenston.
Probably less chip and more electronic, but a great remix of a great song just on the edge of winter sounded like the best idea. First snowstorm of the season where I live, so Another Winter had to happen. Perhaps a bit “dancier” than the original, but this is still a very solid track.
It’s especially interesting for me because I always listen to Another Winter in the fall, and this is like the next step. I’m about to graduate, shit’s about to get real. I dunno. I have too many feelings about music.
As you may have guessed, I am Addy, and this is my blog of Neat Things, such as: glitch art, monster girls, chiptunes, art by both myself and friends, and other things that I find cool and hope to share. <3