3, on a *gear guy voice* Yamaha PortaSound PSS-130 that can only play two notes at once

4, something quick on a VTech Zoo Jamz Xylophone™︎ [real]

5, a bit louder, back to my old stomping grounds (FL Studio) 🍓 🧡

6, attempted creepy banjo, this didn't really come together nicely but as you can hear a baby was waking up next to me 😬

7, it's past midnight but this was super fun PICO-8 practice 😭

et al

8, library 👏 outdoors 👏 coffee 👏 sleeping baby 👏 public rainbow-colored xylophone 👏


9, ok, it was late, this is all I can offer, a loop... I resisted the urge to install and start learning a new tracker at 11PM...

10, back on the Yamaha PortaSound, just a blues riff while we have some quiet

11, another practice, ran out of time to flesh this out more 🚦

loop self crit 

needed 10 more minutes...

the big arp that comes in is too loud. also it needs to do more than just repeat those 4 chords. and that background tone that joins around 25 sec or whatever neither sounds good nor adds anything interesting.

oh well gotta make #12 tonight

@Aleums lol please PLEASE license it from me, Aleums Corp Inc.!!

@touk very cool! I love the percussion loop and the sub-bass and all the little weird sound-effect-y details.

- Packdragon maybe 🐲 (?) ✨

@touk sounds like a friendly town theme for some kind of jrpg

@oleksiy Always wanted to make a goofy topdown RPG but I never had a good idea to start one 🤷‍♂️

@touk I've once seen a video of some indie developer saying that he started making some game because he found some chord progression that sounded like a good soundtrack. you can also start with this track :)

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