Episode 26: Recording Chiptunes from Hardware

02.10.2018 - By Retro Game Audio

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Patrick and Steve are joined by Jeffrey Roberts to discuss the optimal set-ups for recording chiptunes and video game music from hardware. We review the audio outputs, recommended mods, audio formats, and flashcarts/ devices for a variety of consoles.

12:43 - NES
23:00 - Sound Expansion on the NES
31:02 - Top Loader NES
32:29 - Nintendo Famicom
38:02 - Game Boy & Game Boy Color
50:36 - Super Game Boy
55:04 - Super Nintendo
1:07:29 - Sega Genesis/ Mega Drive
1:19:40 - Sega Nomad
1:23:22 - Sega Master System
1:30:12 - Sega Game Gear
1:35:29 - TurboGrafx / PCE
1:41:29 - Atari Lynx
1:43:44 - Neo Geo AES

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Cover photo credit:
https://www.instagram.com/lippemfg/

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