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PostPosted: 2016-03-15, 14:50:55 

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Pixelated Audio is a bi-weekly podcast that focuses on video game music & retro games that span across multiple platforms in an attempt to bring music, history, awareness and some of the gaming culture to people that share a similar passion. New episodes will be updated in thread. The primary goal is to have fun, talk about old games, sit back and enjoy the magical sound shower.

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This was a really fun show! Between this and the Ai Senshi Nicole show, you guys are really giving some props to the FDS and it's music. :)


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PostPosted: 2016-04-01, 17:52:47 

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Episode 52 - Granzort on the SuperGrafx
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Madou King Granzort was released in 1990 by Hudson Soft (developed by Mutech) for the PC Engine SuperGrafx. Sure, it's a bit on the obscure side but we fell in love with this game almost immediately for its fun gameplay, challenging platforming, and vivid graphics. This little gem didn't get a whole lot of love (namely due to being an exclusive SuperGrafx title) but packs a great soundtrack.

Madou King Granzort (PC Engine SuperGrafx)
Composed by Norihiko Yamanuki
http://profile.ameba.jp/jewel-of-japan/

Official VGM Pack:
http://vgmrips.net/packs/pack/madou-king-granzort-pc-engine-supergrafx
ripped by 2ch-H http://vgmrips.net/packs/author/2ch-h

Track List:

  • 0:00:09 Title
  • 0:00:32 Stage Select
  • 0:09:43 Stage 1
  • 0:17:41 Stage 2
  • 0:28:01 Boss
  • 0:39:36 Stage 3 & 5
  • 0:44:48 Stage 4 & 6
  • 0:56:51 Stage 7
  • 1:00:57 Final Boss
  • 1:07:27 Ending

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PostPosted: 2016-04-15, 20:41:06 

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Jim Power with Chris Huelsbeck
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In this episode bring you the music of Jim Power in Mutant Planet from one of the most prolific western composers in video game history, Chris Huelsbeck. Not only that, he’s also a guest on the show!

Jim Power in Mutant Planet (1992) - Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST and PC Engine CD (1993)
Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3D (1993) - SNES, DOS

Composed by Chris Huelsbeck
http://www.huelsbeck.com

Track List:

  • 0:00:00 Title Theme (Amiga)
  • 0:12:24 Ingame 1 (Amiga)
  • 0:24:00 Ingame 5 (Amiga)
  • 0:36:04 Mutant’s Forest (Level 3) (SNES)
  • 0:42:22 Flying Shellfish (SNES)
  • 0:47:31 Stage 2 (PCE CD)
  • 0:57:23 Stage 4 (PCE CD)
  • 1:01:50 Final Boss (PCE CD)
  • 1:17:18 Ingame 4 (Amiga)
  • 1:26:30 Stage 5 (PCE CD)
  • 1:37:45 Ending/Game Over (Amiga)
  • 1:49:29 Title Theme (PCE CD)

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PostPosted: 2016-05-02, 17:38:45 

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Sunset Riders
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In 1991, Konami was cranking out hits for pretty much every system available. However, Sunset Riders for the arcade, refused to blend into the herd of releases. While its fun music, bright colors and its availability in a beastly 4 player cabinet made it hard to miss, the gameplay made it hard to forget. Music of the arcade (Motoaki Furukawa) and console ports.

Sunset Riders - Arcade (1991)

Composed by Motoaki Furukawa
http://music-msart.com/MF_station/

Official Pack: http://vgmrips.net/packs/pack/sunset-riders-sunset-riders
Ripped by RichterEX2 (http://vgmrips.net/packs/author/richterex2)

Track List:

  • 0:00:00 The Magnificent Four (Attract Mode)
  • 0:06:55 Gunfight at the Sunset Corral (Stage 1, 5, 8)
  • 0:17:57 It’s Time to Pay! (Stage 1 Boss)
  • 0:28:06 Butch Cassidy and Sunset Riders (Stage 2, 7)
  • 0:29:32 Draw, Pilgrim! (Stage 2 Boss)
  • 0:38:14 Face with Courage (Stage 3)
  • 0:39:27 You and He, Big Trouble! (Stage 3 Boss)
  • 0:46:00 The Rosy Setting Sun (Stage 6)
  • 0:52:38 We’re Gonna Blow You Away! (Stage 4 Boss)
  • 0:53:10 Adios, Amigo! (Stage 5 Boss)
  • 0:53:35 Me Ready for Pow-wow! (Stage 6 Boss)
  • 0:56:29 Ay, Chihuahua! (Stage 7 Boss)
  • 0:56:58 The Great Petal (Stage 8 Boss)
  • 1:00:21 Continue of Sorrow (Continue)
  • 1:03:09 The Big Win (Ending)
  • 1:06:05 Gunfight at the Sunset Corral (Genesis port)
  • 1:07:30 Butch Cassidy and Sunset Riders (SNES port)
  • 1:13:44 Mr. Pink Poncho’s Western Rock Band
    (remixed by Dr. Manhattan – OC ReMix)

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PostPosted: 2016-05-18, 1:54:39 

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Granada
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Granada is a top-down tank shooter developed and published by Wolf Team in 1990 for the Sharp X68000. It also saw a port to the Sega Genesis the same year. Join in as we listen to the FM synth as well as some MIDI versions of the soundtrack composed by Motoi Sakuraba.

Granada - Sharp X68000 (1990)

Composed by Motoi Sakuraba including Masaaki Uno and Yasunori Shiono
http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?title=Motoi_Sakuraba

Official Pack: https://vgmrips.net/packs/pack/granada-sharp-x68000
Ripped by GTheGuardian (https://vgmrips.net/packs/author/gtheguardian)

Track List:
0:00:00 Advance Granada (Opening)
0:07:53 Heavy Line (Stage 1)
0:16:12 Windy Avenue (Stage 2)
0:24:11 Hopping Express (Stage 3)
0:28:18 Marching Way (Stage 4)
0:30:51 Nature Trail (Stage 5)
0:36:00 Mountain Path (Stage 6)
0:41:13 Take A Chance (Stage 7) – MT-32
0:49:27 Clap (Stage 1-4 Boss) - MT-32
0:52:34 Tap (Stage 5-8 Boss)
0:54:56 Bumpy Road (Stage 8)
0:57:58 Smashing Street (Stage 9)
1:02:23 Goodbye Granada (Ending) - MT-32

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PostPosted: 2016-06-01, 17:31:35 

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Galvanic Gunner Aleste
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Compile was responsible for dozens of games in the 80's and 90's but well-loved for their amazing shooters like the Aleste series. Aleste got its roots on the Sega Master System but made a portable detour on the Game Gear for two installments: GG Aleste (1991) and GG Aleste II: Lance Bird (1993). These vertical shooters are a blast to play, look gorgeous on Sega's first handheld, and are bundled with music from the SN76489 that totally rocks our world.

GG Aleste - Game Gear, 1991
Composed by Toshiaki Sakoda and Keiji Takeuchi
http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?title=Toshiaki_Sakoda
Keiji Takeuchi Packs: https://vgmrips.net/packs/composer/keiji-takeuchi

GG Aleste II (Power Strike II) - Game Gear, 1993
Composed by Imami Pon and Ba. M (Tomonori Minami)
Compile Staff: http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?title=Compile
smspower rip: http://www.smspower.org/Music/GGAlesteII-GG

Track List:
GG Aleste - Game Gear, 1991
0:00:06 Round 1
0:10:42 Round 3
0:18:52 Round 4
0:30:12 Round 7
0:31:36 Round 8
0:41:10 Ending
0:49:02 Title Theme/Bonus

GG Aleste II (Power Strike II) - Game Gear, 1993
0:58:30 Title Theme
1:03:05 Ground Base
1:04:05 Bionic City
1:11:06 Cyber Road
1:11:54 Cyber Road Boss
1:17:48 Boss
1:19:39 Unknown #3
1:25:40 Ending
1:33:26 Ancient Ruins (FM Arrange)
*Arrangement by Justin Hill (Jace) http://soundcloud.com/master-jace

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PostPosted: 2016-06-15, 17:24:13 

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MUSHA Aleste with Toshiaki Sakoda
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In the world of retro gaming there is no shortage of shoot ’em ups. It’s hard not to fall in love with their intense gameplay, flashy sprites, and insane music. Today we return to Compile, a company that had shoot’em ups down to an art form and with Musha Aleste, we feel they hit the perfect balance of look, control and sound. Join us as we dissect one of the best top down shooters of the entire 16-bit era with composer Toshiaki Sakoda as our guest towards the end of the show.

M.U.S.H.A (Sega Genesis, 1990)
Composed by Toshiaki Sakoda
http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?title=Toshiaki_Sakoda

Track List:
0:00:02 Theme of Musha Aleste
0:07:53 Fullmetal Fighter
0:10:47 Galvanic Gear
0:16:48 Divine Devise
0:22:29 Noh Specter
0:26:52 Offensive Overdrive
0:32:13 Aggressive Attack
0:41:57 Stratospheric Struggle
0:43:04 Alpha Wave
0:50:29 Armed Armor
0:56:49 For the Love of…
1:06:42 For the Love of… (Arranged version by Toshiaki Sakoda)

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PostPosted: 2016-07-01, 17:43:02 

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Expansion Pack XIV: Furniss Obscura
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Matt Furniss is one of the most well-known Western composers for his audio contributions on the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. Matt joins Pixelated Audio for a deep dive into some of his more ‘obscure’ tracks (but all amazing!). Join the fun as we attempt to stump the legendary composer with his own tunes!

*Spoiler Alert* If you want to try to guess alongside Matt, don’t view the track list ;)

All music composed/arranged by Matt Furniss
http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?title=Matt_Furniss

Track List:
0:00:00 Level 1A – ResQ (Sega Genesis)
0:11:33 Intro – Torvak the Warror (Amiga)
0:20:03 Title – Mad Professor Mariarti (Amiga)
0:30:49 Track 2 – Jahangir Khan’s World Championship Squash (Atari ST)
0:40:06 Club Mediterrania – World Trophy Soccer (Sega Genesis)
0:47:23 Ingame – Laser Squad (Amiga)
0:59:00 Name Entry – Wiz ‘n’ Liz (Sega Genesis)
1:11:28 Up, Up and Away! – F-15 Strike Eagle II (Sega Genesis)
1:21:38 Shop Tune – BlowPipe (Acorn Archimedes)
1:27:16 Ronda Alla Turca – Lemmings (Sega Master System)
1:33:36 Title – Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (Game Gear)
1:39:54 Menu/Options – Daffy Duck in Hollywood (Sega Genesis)
1:52:15 Main BGM – Mega Lo Mania (aka Tyrants: Fight Through Time) (Sega Genesis)


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Buffers Evolution
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Buffers Evolution is a handheld VGM masterpiece and a great example of what this system could do both in sound and graphics. We’ve played music from the handheld before but this is our first featured game from the system; complete with audio breakdown. Enjoy!

Buffers Evolution (1999, Bandai/Koto Laboratory)
Composed by Sasaki Junana, HIRA, and NIYAN

Track List:
0:00:00 Title Theme
0:11:16 Character/Stage Select
0:20:41 Stage A1/D1
0:23:51 Stage C1
0:38:58 Stage B1
0:41:59 Stage A2/D2
0:46:34 Stage B3
0:56:51 BGM #8
0:58:30 BGM #2
1:05:35 Stage C3
1:08:36 BGM #16
1:18:21 BGM #15
1:27:23 BGM #20

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PostPosted: 2016-08-01, 17:44:01 

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Herzog Zwei with Nathan and Tomomi Otani
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Herzog Zwei is a real-time strategy game that was developed by Tecnosoft and released for the Mega Drive in 1989 for Japan and for the Sega Genesis in 1990 for North America. With excellent music and a deep dive into the game you’re in for a good time. Join us with guest-host Nathan Daniels and a special appearance from composer Tomomi Otani.

Herzog Zwei (Tecnosoft 1989 Sega Genesis/Mega Drive)
Composed by Tomomi Otani and Naosuke Arai

Track List:

0:00:00 Jagd Flieger – Naosuke Arai
0:00:13 A Full Retreat – Tomomi Otani
0:12:26 There is No Time to Lose – Tomomi Otani
0:26:46 Take it Easy – Naosuke Arai
0:34:55 Back to Square One – Tomomi Otani
0:40:54 Sleight of Hand – Naosuke Arai
0:52:02 Sniper – Naosuke Arai
0:55:21 A Breach of Contract – Tomomi Otani
0:58:55 A Breach of Contract (From Dragon’s Fury) – Tomomi Otani
1:01:50 The Mournful War – Tomomi Otani
1:22:12 It was Concurrent to the Accident (Stage 6) (Herzog – MSX)
1:25:26 Sniper (Herzog – Sharp X1)
1:27:46 Sniper (Herzog – NEC PC-8801)
1:31:47 The Super Fighter Invigorated Us – Tomomi Otani
1:35:09 Be His Soul Rest in Peace – Tomomi Otani
1:44:04 Go With the Stream – Tomomi Otani

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PostPosted: 2016-08-19, 0:09:56 

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Astaroth: The Angel of Death
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Imagine, if you will, a game that’s from an Amiga developer heavily influenced by the English rock band Sisters of Mercy. Add in some truly insane music coupled with artwork that’s both sexy and demonic in the style of an 80’s heavy metal album cover (sporting a naked demon right on the title screen). The game you would get is Astaroth: The Angel of Death developed by Eldritch the Cat with music by none other than Jochen Hippel.

Astaroth: The Angel of Death (1989, Amiga/Atari ST)
Composed by Jochen Hippel (Mad Max)

Track List:

0:07:35 Title (Amiga)
0:18:20 Astaroth4-fast.mod
0:27:08 Game Over
0:35:28 Hi Score
0:48:23 Ingame
1:05:38 Title (Atari ST)
1:18:37 Astro 2003 – Remix by Evilman of Bronx (C64 6581)
1:20:51 Santamagochi – Two in One – DMA-Sc of Sector One (Atari ST)
1:24:41 Astaroth Remix – Groovykid
1:29:22 Astaroth – Title Remix – ACC:Xess (youtube)

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PostPosted: 2016-09-01, 17:30:49 

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Namco C352 with ctr and QuattroPlay
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Namco was known for their extravagant arcade systems and over-the-top designs, however, they also had one of the most impressive sound chips in the early 90s. The 32-voice C352 and it’s driver “Quattro” were both innovative and polished but more importantly, they were utilized by an amazing roster of composers.

Guest-hosting the show, ctr joins in to discuss his latest playback and logging tool QuattroPlay which has been released today alongside the show! (links posted soon)

Expansion Pack XV: Namco C352 with ctr
Composed by Ayako Saso, Jin Watanabe, Junichi Nakatsuru, Masaru Shiina, Takayuki Aihara, Takayuki Ishikawa, Masahiro Fukuzawa, Takayuki Nakamura, Yoshie Arakawa, Shinji Hosoe
佐宗綾子, 渡辺人, 中鶴純一, 椎名豪, 相原隆行, 石川隆之, 福澤正洋, 中村隆之, 荒川美恵, 細江慎治

Track List:

0:00:09 Ridge Racer Power Remix - Ridge Racer - Shinji Hosoe
0:15:24 Wind Ride Kids - Cyber Cycles - Shinji Hosoe
0:22:45 Give it Together - Alpine Racer - Takayuki Ishikawa
0:31:43 Regret - Kart Duel - Unknown
0:43:54 Euphoria - Rave Racer - Ayako Saso
0:52:13 Capriccio - Fighting Layer - Ayako Saso
0:59:48 Duelists (Mitsurugi Theme) - Soul Calibur - Junichi Nakatsuru
1:07:51 A Song for the Man of the Future - Ehrgeiz - Takayuki Nakamura
1:16:29 SUN-J99Mix (Jazz Groove) - Paca Paca Passion - Takayuki Aihara
1:25:27 Georian - Mr. Driller - Masaru Shiina
1:35:42 Story BGM 01 - Golgo 13: Kiseki no Dandou - Jin Watanabe
1:41:20 Exeo - Nebulas Ray - Masahiro Fukuzawa
1:49:39 Area 1 - Xevious 3D/G - Ayako Saso
2:01:58 Wind Woods (ctr mix) - Prop Cycle - Yoshie Arakawa

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PostPosted: 2016-09-15, 17:40:24 

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Illusion Blaze with Seung-Hwan Ro
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Retro gaming and game audio tends to get associated with US, Japan, and Europe because of the shear volume of games and media. But music is universal right? So, we thought to ourselves, why not look at some other countries take on game music -and in the 90s, Korea definitely brought some amazing stuff in the PC market.

Illusion Blaze (일루젼 블레이즈) was released on the PC in 1994 and developed by Family Production. The company took a bold step to bring local content to the Korean gaming market and even released some of their titles abroad. Their games were mostly composed by a duo known as D.A.C. that was producing a mix of rock and electronic music into a unique balance of “destructive harmony.” So, join in as we dip into Korean gaming history, Family Production, and chat with Seung-Hwan Ro of D.A.C.

Illusion Blaze 일루젼 블레이즈 (1994, IBM PC/AT)
Composed by D.A.C. (Seung-Hwan Ro, Myung-Jin Ahn)
Thanks to MaliceX for a proper rip

Track List:
0:00:00 Opening
0:17:13 Stage 1
0:26:05 Player Select/Stage 3
0:27:50 Stage Selection
0:39:36 Stage 2
0:43:22 Stage 4
0:50:49 Stage 5
0:52:06 Stage Movement
0:55:09 Stage 6
1:05:41 Unused 1
1:20:00 Unused 2
1:35:46 Stage 7
1:39:31 Ending
1:46:47 Hall of Fame


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PostPosted: 2016-10-03, 18:02:00 

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Journey to Silius
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In this episode we (once again) have composer Naoki Kodaka in all his Sunsoft glory with Journey to Silius (aka [rʌf] World) for the NES/Famicom. This game has all the signs of what makes an NES title remembered as “classic.” And it’s dark visuals, gritty sound, and revenge-focused story draw their own highlights in the ocean of titles on the platform.

Join us as we take an in-depth look at the game, the composition, and it’s unbelievably heavy DPCM low-end pumping through the NES APU.

Journey to Silius ラフワールド (1990, NES – Sunsoft)
Composed by Naoki Kodaka (packs)
Thanks to 2ch-H for a proper rip

Track List:
0:00:07 Title
0:17:33 Opening
0:25:31 Stage 1/Final Stage
0:35:14 Stage 2
0:49:37 Stage 4
0:51:43 Boss Battle
0:59:25 Stage 3
1:07:10 Ending
1:13:23 Super Hero*
*Arranged by Johnny / Player: Orekore
**Rom Cassette Disc In SUNSOFT Remix


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