Archive of most gameboy music/sound roms

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Archive of most gameboy music/sound roms

Post by timdrage » Wed Apr 14, 2010 11:59 am

I just uploaded this on the gameboy thread at the Other board, thought I'd put it here too in case it might be useful. Don't have listing to hand but it's a little RAR containing various trackers and other sound-making programs for you to run on an emulator or real gameboy. Pretty much everything there is apart from the main/obvious ones like LSDJ, Nanoloop and the Gameboy Camera,,

http://www.mediafire.com/?g2mmnnrymom

includes:

audile.gba
visual impact gameboy music system.exe
BoyScout
Carillon
electricdrum.gb
gbsound.gb
GrooveBoy
ikinari_ee_1.5.gb
krawall.bin
LabSound
lab_sound
labsound.gba
README.txt
lab_sound_doc.zip
lab_sound_src.zip
lab_sound.zip
looper.1.0.gba
LP2.GBC
muddygb11.gb
music box 1.3 tracker.gb
nanosynth.gb
nanovoice.gb
nerdrix1.0.gb
onputor_verB6.gb
Paragon 5 Tracker
pounder2.gb
pushpin.gbc
sludgeon2_003.gb
sludgeon099002.gb
sound_demo.gb
stepgirl B15.gb
ucbnMain.gb

EDIT:
!!!!! how did i miss THIS out of the original archive!?!? One of the most intentionally Noise things for gameboy:

http://www.mediafire.com/file/tyy5ejbyw ... ion2009.gb


Much less useful but still interesting and noisey I found a really odd and obscure gameboy colour rom, written as some programming experiment I guess, it's called 'Glowing Ember' and as far as i can tell does nothing but produce a quit irregular crackling that does indeed sound a little like burning embers....!?! weird.

http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/getf ... U1RC56aXA=
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Post by timdrage » Wed Apr 14, 2010 12:04 pm

that doesn't include the more recent, and perhaps most Noise gameboy rom, Shitwave - http://blog.gg8.se/wordpress/2009/03/23 ... r-gameboy/

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Post by FireAlarmPoet » Wed Apr 14, 2010 12:34 pm

Not computer saavy enough to understand emulators, but I appreciate the effort. Bit-based shit has always intrigued me.
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Post by theblackpeacock » Wed Apr 14, 2010 12:40 pm

its easy!

a) download an emulator. you can usually find it on google but there are tons of torrents out there.

b) open one of the files above

c) make horrifying sounds
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Post by FireAlarmPoet » Wed Apr 14, 2010 12:51 pm

Due to my ph33r of torrents (and horrible experiences with them), I'll porbably hold off on emulat... ing until I get my own computer.
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Post by the raytownian » Wed Apr 14, 2010 2:32 pm

how 'bout DOWNT BE A BEEEITCH!?

there are plenty of perfectly-safe, non-torrentified GB emulators.

Google than mess, sonnnn.
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Post by timdrage » Sat May 01, 2010 3:55 pm

FireAlarmPoet wrote:Due to my ph33r of torrents (and horrible experiences with them), I'll porbably hold off on emulat... ing until I get my own computer.
TorrentS? Just download an emulator from the internets, they're all freeware/shareware/whatever, nothing dubious or complicated involved

Here's some - http://www.zophar.net/gb.html

Dunno which is best for sound (and then again, 'best' may not always be desirable for noise purposes)

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Post by timdrage » Sat May 01, 2010 3:58 pm

P.S. everyone use these infos/roms to make 1 second long tracks for my compilation, deadline end of this month!! - http://www.noiseguide.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=7043

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Post by Moribund » Sat May 01, 2010 4:05 pm

Should be fun to play with on my Motorola Droid.
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Post by timdrage » Sat May 08, 2010 1:59 am

Here's the rom for Pocket Music (gameboy color only) which is the GB version of Playstation music, only ever released in the UK I think. It looks pretty goodbad! combination of chip sounds and super lo-fi cheesy dance samples is interesting :)

http://www.mediafire.com/?z1zlmwdyzqe

(I have the GBA version too but that's unusably quiet really)

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Post by timdrage » Thu Jul 01, 2010 11:21 pm

!!!!! how did i miss THIS out of the original archive!?!? One of the most intentionally Noise things for gameboy:

http://www.mediafire.com/file/tyy5ejbyw ... ion2009.gb


Much less useful but still interesting and noisey I found a really odd and obscure gameboy colour rom, written as some programming experiment I guess, it's called 'Glowing Ember' and as far as i can tell does nothing but produce a quit irregular crackling that does indeed sound a little like burning embers....!?! weird.

http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/getf ... U1RC56aXA=

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Post by timdrage » Fri Sep 10, 2010 11:19 am

OK this thread is probably a more comprehensive and updated source of most of this stuff and more - http://8bc.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=22304


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Post by dwemmy » Wed Oct 06, 2010 5:17 am

Do we know who composed the original Super Mario for NES. I heard this guy play it perfectly on a 9 string bass- kind of ridiculous, but what else can be done with a freakin 9 string bass strung C# F# B E A D G C F??

On a lot of Japanese projects they don't like to single people out- so they say the "team" did it. That's why I was asking...
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