Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

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Silence
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Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by Silence » Mon Nov 29, 2010 9:28 am

Im curious. Has anyone tried it? and are there any particular opinions?
Ill have to try the demo soon but i was curious if anyone has used it with logic/live?
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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by chapelier fou » Mon Nov 29, 2010 10:22 am

Tried the demo. It is awesome.
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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by docprosper » Mon Nov 29, 2010 6:16 pm

I've demo'd it too and love the sounds, they are solid. I keep forgetting to buy it though...
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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by bridgealantee » Tue Nov 30, 2010 1:40 am

Worth the money! I love it.

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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by agent314 » Tue Nov 30, 2010 1:49 am

You could also take a look at magical8bit.

It has served my 8-bit audio needs as well as I've needed it to, and it's free!

A quick mp3 I made for an 8-bit-looking Flash game styled after Dance Dance Revolution using only magical8bit and a couple of Redux'd drum loops.

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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by Zeddy » Tue Nov 30, 2010 1:54 am

agent314 wrote:You could also take a look at magical8bit.

It has served my 8-bit audio needs as well as I've needed it to, and it's free!

A quick mp3 I made for an 8-bit-looking Flash game styled after Dance Dance Revolution using only magical8bit and a couple of Redux'd drum loops.
That song was really really awesome. Thank you for sharing. I loved it.

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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by Silence » Tue Nov 30, 2010 9:32 am

cool track! :)


I had magical8bit when i was on windows and its cool but now i use YMCK(i think thats what its called)

The thing i like with chipsound is the fact that it emulates so many chips and even the SID which is great cuz i dont wanna have a piece of hardware with me everywhere i go... and they seem to be cool ppl with a cool EULA...
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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by willdahbe » Wed Dec 01, 2010 7:42 pm

Anyone want to buy my license for cheap? I just got a ct scan bill in the mail today for $1,832... 8O

Of Plouge Chipsounds that is.

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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by docprosper » Wed Dec 01, 2010 8:46 pm

How much? Is it platform specific? (I'm on a mac)
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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by willdahbe » Wed Dec 01, 2010 9:21 pm

docprosper wrote:How much? Is it platform specific? (I'm on a mac)
-Hamish


It works on Mac, that's what I'm using. I will have to get back to you in a few hours when i get in front of a computer on price and lisence transfer stuff. As I don't even remember how much it was.

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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by Schnauzer » Wed Dec 01, 2010 9:28 pm

Hell yes I've been using this!
With this I could behave like a chiptune snob without having to mod snes-es and Gameboys :)

Seriously, YMCK is very very very good, but it takes more work and knowledge to make it work for you.
Plogues presets are the best!

And for 50 euro's this was a no brainer for me. (I think that was the introduction price)
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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by Jacqueslacouth » Thu Dec 02, 2010 2:08 am

Damn, Damn, Damn :evil:

I had just promised not to buy any more instruments after the Black Friday sales....then I read this thread, I decide to Demo it and.......Oh Yeh! Of course I do....what harm will one more do.....surely the kids can survive a few nights without food, the bank will understand,,,,,,,,, :wink:

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Re: Plouge Chipsounds anyone?

Post by Cool Character » Thu Dec 02, 2010 6:25 am

I really want to like it.

But the interesting waveforms can't be messed with by an amp envelope. I REALLY wanted to like it, too.

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