Q: What scares you? A: Freddy Kruger [more inside]
This is another arrangement of a video game, but this time I wrote the original, as a Nintendo-compatible authentic chiptune, and then later turned it into this by improvising on piano, and sending it to my dear friend Jeff to play violin over it. My job BEST JOB OF WORLD.
It is tradition among my people to collect 8-bit chiptune soundtracks that contain brilliant music, and learn and arrange them so that others may find joy in their melodic beauty! [more inside]
A grooving house remix I did of my own track from the ultra-upbeat original soundtrack of my latest game project, Mighty Switch Force (3DS eShop). [more inside]
For fun one day when I very first was learning laptop recording years ago I decided to learn and record a version of the credit theme to MegaMan 2. [more inside]
As promised, music from a non-existent top-down space shooter. Instead of the lack of percussion, imagine a chorus of pixellated missile explosions.
After reading a few comments, I've decided to make the soundtrack to a video game that doesn't exist.
Decided to whip out my slightly-more-old-school-than-usual electronic instrument for some nostalgia. Saddest theme, Memories of Green, and Ocean Palace Theme.
A song that mirrors itself.