Evolution (8-Bit Girl) – A Collection of Love Songs for the 8-bit Generation by equinoxe

Evolution 8Bit Girl

Evolution (8-Bit Girl) is a collection of love songs to the 8-bit generation, a reminder why we fell in love with all those loading screens, tracker tunes and the demoscene many years ago. The album contains eight tracks of post modern electronic dance music, recorded using a variety of classic machines and synthesisers including: Commodore 64, Commodore 64C, Commodore Amiga running OctaMED, Nintendo NES, Korg MS-20, Korg Polysix, MicroKORG, Emulator II, iPhone and Fairlight CMI.

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One thought on “Evolution (8-Bit Girl) – A Collection of Love Songs for the 8-bit Generation by equinoxe

  1. Doug Jacobs says:

    This is what chiptunes would be if todays computers were more like C64 and Amigas (AtariSt) of olde.

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