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 Post subject: Episode 80
PostPosted: 2017-05-03, 0:08:36 

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PA Music Disk Vol. 2 – PA80
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We are back with another Music Disk volume to satisfy the craving for more FM synth!

Today we’re featuring some select tunes from a disk title “Firecracker Music Collection vol.A: Comiket 42 Special” composed, arranged, and programmed entirely by CHEMOOL (Takahiro Yonemura). This disk was release for the PC-8801 on August 16th, 1992 and uses PMD v3.3 (by KAJA). Join us for some good ol’ fashion doujin originals and arrangements.

Track list:
0:00:06 Tetrafreaks (Tetraforce)
0:04:05 Vapor Trail (Vapor Trail) – GAMADELIC
0:08:01 Minor-1 (Legend of Noten)
0:15:29 BGM-E (Atomic Robokid) – Mecano Associates
0:18:13 Wagiagare! Power (Midnight Resistance) – GAMADELIC
0:21:09 Running Up! (Bass enhanced version) (Dirt Fox) – Shinji Hosoe
0:27:19 Flash Flash Flash (Bosconian X86) – Yuzo Koshiro
0:31:48 Activation (Martial Age X86) – KIYO
0:35:59 Lost of Consciousness (Nouten Chokugeki III)
0:40:08 Exert all your Powers!!~ (Super Sonic Shooter)

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 Post subject: Episode 81
PostPosted: 2017-05-16, 8:43:05 

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ExP XIX: 90s PC with Gene – PA81
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The 90s were a particularly strong era for game audio on all fronts. The console market was thriving by creating a simpler way to play a game on the cheap, but the PC gaming scene continued to deliver unique experiences with many different hardware configurations. Guest, Gene Dreyband, joins us for a look at some 90s PC/AT music that rocked our world.

Track List:

0:00:00 The Secret of Monkey Island Theme – Michael Land PC Speaker (Beeper)
0:06:32 Lagoon (Classic) (Fury of the Furries) – Frédéric Motte YM3812/OPL2
0:14:20 Dream (Wacky Wheels) – Mark Klem YM3812/OPL2
0:20:34 Transport Tycoon Deluxe Theme – John Broomhall YM3812/OPL2
0:27:49 Road 5 (Sky Roads) – Ott M. Aaloe YM3812/OPL2
0:33:07 Intergalactic Travel 2 (Solar Winds: The Escape) – Dan Froelich YM3812/OPL2
0:37:30 Dune (Variation) (Dune) – Stéphane Picq YMF262/OPL3 (Adlib Gold)
0:43:57 Industrious (Jazz Jackrabbit) – Robert Allen ScreamTracker3 Module
0:52:39 Wolfgang Ritter (Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers) – Robert Holmes MT-32
1:00:06 The Uninvited Visitors – Dubious Island (Sorcerian Forever) – Falcom Sound Team jdk
YMF262/OPL3

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 Post subject: Episode 82
PostPosted: 2017-06-02, 17:28:02 

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Lunar: The Silver Star with Noriyuki Iwadare – PA82
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Lunar touched many gamer’s hearts as it told the story of a young boy whose dreams of becoming a Dragonmaster begin to unfold. The game has remarkable storytelling (wether you love or hate the translation) mixed with adventure, love, and friendship that’s a must-play for any RPG fan. But the key to any good RPG is the music. Noriyuki Iwadare‘s (岩垂徳行) composition brings out the emotional quality that can emphasize the excitement or tear your heart out with despair. And without him, this would have been a very different game. Join us as we discuss the music of Lunar: The Silver Star and the remakes as well as an interview with composer, Noriyuki Iwadare.

Track list:
0:00:08 Now the Story Begins (PlayStation)
0:17:06 Toward the Horizon (PlayStation)
0:22:29 Burg (PlayStation)
0:25:58 Burg (Sega CD)
0:38:31 Fun Traveling (PlayStation)
0:45:33 Town by the Sea (Sega CD)
0:52:04 Have a Big Dream (Sega Saturn)
0:58:45 Traffic (PSP)
1:04:15 Mysterious Cave (PSP)
1:07:32 Go Go Go! (PlayStation)
1:10:43 Fighting Spirits (PlayStation)
1:18:45 Battle (Sega CD)
1:24:18 Fighters (PSP)
1:27:23 Four Heroes (PSP)
1:34:57 Recollection (PlayStation)
1:37:29 Sad Events (Sega CD)
1:41:58 Thieve’s Bazaar (PlayStation)
1:52:47 Solitary Wolf (PSP)
2:12:23 Hero In Town (Sega CD)
2:18:41 Meribia (PSP)
2:31:32 Determination (PSP)
2:37:02 The Tower (Sega CD)
2:39:33 Final Conflict (Sega CD)
2:44:00 Lunar Theme Arranged (Ending Credits) (PlayStation)

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 Post subject: Episode 83
PostPosted: 2017-06-16, 0:15:43 

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BlaZeon - PA83
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BlaZeon is a horizontal shooter, developed by A.I Co and published by Atlus in 1992 for the arcade. Originally a Japanese only release, Atlus ported the game to the SNES for Japan AND the US shortly after (in the same year, 1992) The music (composed by Tsukasa Masuko) is totally pumpin’ and deserves a listen. Join in as we dive into the soundtrack.


BlaZeon (Atlus, 1992)
Arcade, YM2151
Composed by Tsukasa Masuko
Pack by 2ch-H

Track List:

0:00:07 Next Step (Stage Clear)
0:04:54 Optimistic Departure (Title Demo / Stage 1)
0:09:26 Cosmic Ocean Blue (Stage 2 [First Section])
0:16:08 Cosmic Ocean Blue (SNES)
0:20:48 Alpha (Stage 2 [Second Section])
0:28:41 Infinite World (Stage 3)
0:40:06 Unlimited Attack (Middle Boss)
0:43:29 Intimidating Spaces (Boss)
0:57:12 Fighting Machine (Stage 4 [First Section])
1:01:01 Emergency Avoidance (Stage 4 [Second Section])
1:05:03 Battle of Silence (Stage 5)
1:11:25 Hop, Step, Jump! (Ending)

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 Post subject: Episode 84
PostPosted: 2017-07-12, 23:05:27 

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Uchuu no Kishi Tekkaman Blade - PA84
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In this installment of Pixelated Audio, we’re heading back to the Game Boy featuring a soundtrack from a Japanese-only title called Uchuu no Kishi Tekkaman Blade, developed by Sun L and published by Yutaka in 1992. This game is based off the short lived anime by Tatsunoko Production and Sotsu Agency. The game is a blast and has a great soundtrack composed by Norihiko Togashi, who has contributed to over 100 titles in his career (Battle Dodgeball, Ultraman, and Super Wagyan Land for SFC). Join us as we tear apart the audio from this cool action platformer.

Uchuu no Kishi Tekkaman Blade (宇宙の騎士テッカマンブレード)
Sun L / Yutaka (Game Boy, 1992)
Composed by Norihiko Togashi

Track List:

0:00:09 Title Screen
0:06:32 Stage 1
0:16:26 Stage 2
0:19:14 Stage Clear
0:28:23 Stage 3
0:40:17 Stage 4
0:42:42 Stage 5
0:47:22 Stage 6
0:49:45 Boss
0:57:30 Ending Cinematic
0:59:39 Staff Roll

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 Post subject: Episode 86
PostPosted: 2017-08-01, 23:01:45 

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Dragon Fighter - PA86
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The third Natsume NES/Famicom spotlight on the show features music from another strong composer. Dragon Fighter is a side scrolling action platformer, released for the Famicom in Japan in 1990, developed by Natsume and published by Towa Chiki. In 1992 the game was brought to the North American audience by a company called SOFEL Corp. Using the driver by Iku Mizutani, composer Kouichi Yamanishi delivers a similar style that retains everything we love about the Natsume sound. Join us as we listen to the music of Dragon Fighter on Nintendo’s 8 bit powerhouse.

Dragon Fighter
Natsume / Towa Chiki / SOFEL (NES, 1990)
Composed by Kouichi Yamanishi

Track List:

0:00:09 The Frozen Battle
0:07:30 Don’t Disturb
0:14:17 In to the Depth
0:30:33 Can You Chain Up
0:32:38 Initiative of a Ghost
0:37:09 Boss 1
0:38:52 Boss 2
0:46:50 The Dragon Fighter
0:54:02 Ending


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 Post subject: Episode 87
PostPosted: 2017-08-16, 17:52:58 

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Starfire with guest Takeshi Abo - PA87
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Heading back to the YM2608 for a look (and listen) at a game called Starfire for the PC-9801. A system exclusive, 1st person action RPG, released on October 14th of 1994; developed and published by a small company called StarCraft Inc. It’s an interesting game that, even though a Japanese only title, borrows heavily from Western games like “Might and Magic.” More importantly, the music composed by Takeshi Abo, is a mixture of ambient, dance, and focuses on rhythm and pace to carry the mood.

Join in as we discuss the music of Starfire and also chat with Takeshi Abo about his music from over 20 years ago!

Starfire (1994, Starcraft Inc.)
NEC PC-9801, YM2608 (MUSDRV Sound driver)
Composed by Takeshi Abo

Track List:

0:00:00 Title Screen
0:07:33 Opening
0:10:28 Enemy Ship I
0:17:08 Galaxy II
0:20:11 Planet II
0:28:42 My Ship
0:41:07 Battle I
0:43:02 Boss Theme
0:45:49 Planet III
0:53:08 Event I
0:55:31 Enemy Ship II
1:12:15 Galaxy I
1:25:22 Unused Track
1:31:47 Ending

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 Post subject: Episode 88
PostPosted: 2017-09-15, 9:01:26 

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LIVE: MAGWest Panel with guests Inverse Phase and Extent of the Jam – PA88
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MAGWest was the first West Coast MAGFest event in Santa Clara, California (August 25th-27th) and we were stoked to be invited to do a panel this year. The topic we landed on was the sound system of the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive and how the two sound chips (Sega PSG/YM2612) complemented each other for a rich audio experience. This year we had two guests join in on the talk. Well-known chiptune artist and game audio advocate Inverse Phase and the master of the OPL2, Extent of the Jam. Sound chips, tunes, and some Inverse Phase originals included. There’s also a mini game at the end :)

MAGWest had tons of bands, music, gaming, and awesome people in the community. It was a blast! Look below for the presentation —Oh, and pardon the audio quality!

For our panel, we included a visual presentation to help with some of the explanation. MAGWest Slides

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 Post subject: Episode 89
PostPosted: 2017-09-21, 2:49:39 

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ExP XX: Sega Genesis/Mega Drive with Gene
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Riding on the heels of our last episode (MAGWest Panel), Gene co-hosts with us once again for a Sega Genesis/Mega Drive themed Expansion Pack. We’ve got a lot of great music and hopefully some new stuff that you might have missed!


Track List:

0:00:00 “Lively Town” (Shining Force II)
Motoaki Takenouchi
0:09:12 “Thought of the Holy” (Warsong)
Hiroshi Fujioka, Noriyuki Iwadare, Isao Mizoguchi
0:15:45 “Climbing the Temple” (X-Men 2: Clone Wars)
Kurt Harland
0:23:27 “Let’s Plow” (Skitchin’)
Jeff van Dyck
0:30:48 “Plague Factory” (The Ooze)
Howard Drossin
0:38:01 “Act 1: The Void of Space” (Verytex)
Hitoshi Sakimoto, Masaharu Iwata, Yoshio Furukawa
0:44:46 “Technocity Type – Stage 5-2” (Rocket Knight Adventures)
Masanori Ouchi, Aki Hata, Michiru Yamane, Masanori Adachi, Hiroshi Kobayashi
0:51:18 “Sound Test No. 4” (ATP Tour Championship Tennis)
Hikoshi Hashimoto
1:01:26 “Arab Rock 1” (Aladdin)
Donald Griffin
1:09:20 “Scarab of Glory No. 1 / Sakuraba Fight BGM 3” (The Hybrid Front)
Naofumi Hataya, Junko Shiratsu, Sachio Ogawa
1:15:24 “Lose Theme” (Kiss Shot)
Naofumi Hataya, Hiroshi Kubota
1:20:51 “Gotham By Night” (Adventures of Batman & Robin)
Jesper Kyd

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