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There’s this old .XM file that came along with a DOS demo called ascii4everagain, many years ago.

Always loved the demo, thought the music was friggin sweet.

Tonight I remixed the track from it’s old DOS-XM sound to more of a relaxed Electronica version.

[ Caustik – CHIP.XM (PPU Remix).mp3 ]

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Written by caustik

September 2nd, 2009 at 2:18 am

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  1. Great work, really interesting to hear a chiptune remixed/reimagined like that.

    I still prefer the original though! 😉


    2 Sep 09 at 3:14 am

  2. I was thinking next time it’d be interesting to try sync’ing the remix to a video recording of the demo the music was from.


    2 Sep 09 at 3:41 am

  3. That would be neat .. though wouldn’t it limit you quite a bit artistically? If you wanted to stay synced you obviously couldn’t stray too far from the original. Beat wise at least.


    2 Sep 09 at 6:57 am

  4. true. actually just having youtube videos of all the old demos would be good enough to make me happy 😛


    2 Sep 09 at 2:13 pm

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