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Take yourself back to a simpler time when video games had fewer colors and their soundtracks were made up of bleeps and bloops! We’ll show you how to create an 8-bit video game sound (called a “chiptune”) out of any midi track using GarageBand.

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Take yourself back to a simpler time when video games had fewer colors and their soundtracks were made up of bleeps and bloops!

We’ll show you how to create an 8-bit video game sound (called a “chiptune”) out of any midi track using GarageBand and the Magical 8bit Plug.

This TechUniversity screencast is completely free! Just head on over to TechUniversity to check out the full video.

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  1. allyourapple Tuesday, June 1, 2010

    This is awesome! I’ve been listening to a lot of Anamanaguchi lately and it’s neat to see how this retro, video game style sound can be emulated.

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