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    Suyo? Making remotely good music? What is this?

    Posted by (twitter: @Suyo_)
    August 21st, 2011 3:45 am

    If you noticed my ear assassins in the last two LDs, you might want to turn off your speakers as soon you play this. But do not worry, as the music actually went pretty well this time!

    Well, it didn’t start this well first. I left my trusty Ubuntu to boot in my non-trusty Windows. I started pxtone, and first stared at the thing for 10 minutes since I had no idea how to make a good sounding song. Then I just screwed around for half an hour, remade the main theme of Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu for some reason until I found the Effects window. And I got an idea.

    I didn’t use pxtone to make music, I did the sounds there.

    After quickly throwing some together, I rebooted again, this time into Ubuntu Studio, where I jumped into Hydrogen Drum Sequencer and made a little loop.
    Then I jumped back to Ubuntu again, slapped everything together and here we are.

    Have a link: Update 4
    Controls are still the same: A/D or Left/Right to fire grappling hooks, run as long as you can before HOLYCRAPLAVAITISSOHOTAASFGSAFIFASFAS.

    Next up: more level variatons. LET’S DO THIS

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