Okay, you might not know this about me: I love video game music. Like, a lot. Personally, I never get tired of hearing new versions of classic tunes, and I also fully support the blatant overuse of video game sound effects and voice clips in any situation. So, it is my absolute delight to introduce you to Nelward. He’s just recently released the creatively-titled Remixes for name-your-price on Bandcamp, and it’s great. Do yourself a favor and listen up:
Finally, it’s part two of the compression tutorial. Building on what we learned in the first one, we are going to look at some of the really useful and slightly more complex things you can do with the concept of compression. Today we’re going to talk about side-chain compression
Next week, Electric Philly and N3rd Street Gamers brings you a Halloween party featuring a spoopy set by DJ CUTMAN! The event combines retrogaming and live electronic music in a fun and casual environment. Located at Devnuts in the Northern Liberties section of Philadelphia, the space features multiple gaming stations with a custom collection of horror/monster themed games as well as a 72″ LCD screen with an endless library of games from past consoles and arcade classics!
The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) had its 30th birthday on October 18th, so what better way to celebrate the occasion than playing some Metroid? Well, MTRD, to be exact: