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#ActualMoritz P.G. Katz

Posted 29 January 2013 - 01:09 PM

Glad I could be of help!

If you're looking for genuine chip sounds, try Plogue Chipsounds - it's more a sampler than a synth, but it has a lot of editing options and features recordings from the most popular chips. (Atari, C64, NES...)

Cheers, Moritz

Edit:
The reply editor on this forum... is it just me and my browser, or does it keep messing up other people's posts too?

#2Moritz P.G. Katz

Posted 29 January 2013 - 01:08 PM

Glad I could be of help! If you're looking for genuine chip sounds, try Plogue Chipsounds - it's more a sampler than a synth, but it has a lot of editing options and features recordings from the most popular chips. (Atari, C64, NES...) Cheers, Moritz

#1Moritz P.G. Katz

Posted 29 January 2013 - 01:07 PM

Glad I could be of help!

If you're looking for genuine chip sounds, try Plogue - it's more a sampler than a synth, but it has a lot of editing options and features recordings from the most popular chips. (Atari, C64, NES...)

Cheers,
Moritz

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