Technically impressive FM synth music

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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby fitzpatr » 2017-10-19 @ 05:12

appiah4 wrote:It probably and hopefully was mentioned in a million posts above but I LOVE alloyrun..

Me too!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vpmyQBOb58&list=PLNGVuhUQDXfeMlkd4_oqYk2JEjCR1G-GP&index=3
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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby Stretch » 2017-12-03 @ 21:45

Dynamite Headdy for the Sega Genesis/Megadrive is very good.
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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby Kreshna Aryaguna Nurzaman » 2017-12-11 @ 17:21

fitzpatr wrote:
appiah4 wrote:It probably and hopefully was mentioned in a million posts above but I LOVE alloyrun..

Me too!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vpmyQBOb58&list=PLNGVuhUQDXfeMlkd4_oqYk2JEjCR1G-GP&index=3

Very good song indeed, but I always have the impression that FM music sound best with anime-like songs or Japanese game soundtracks.
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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby Scali » 2017-12-11 @ 21:35

I found this one recently, on the Crossfire Designs page: https://youtu.be/nfOxZI36xxE
Made in a tracker called Easy AdLib. Never heard of it. I really like how it sounds though.
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