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Post your Famicompo Pico 3 FTM

Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2017 1:47 am
by TheJuanCarlos64
Hey guys I'm back.

we're sorry I'm offline for a few weeks, And I lost Some comments on Discord

Sorry for the inconvenience.

This thread for posting FTM and 0cc Modules during Famicompo Pico 3 Feel free to post.

Also I post NSF Due to having eliminated my Modules Accidentally

Tools used 0CC-FT and NSFTool

First Entry Ever before FCP3 Begins
Kirby's Adventure - Grape Garden (Sunsoft).nsf
Entry 20 in 90th Place
(17.91 KiB) Downloaded 124 times

Made a Wavetable Ripper from MSX2 SCC. And How's accurate this
Space Manbow - Hydra (Normal Boss) - (Namco-106)- (Sunsoft FME-07).nsf
Entry 191 in 51st Place
(13.96 KiB) Downloaded 91 times

Here's the YouTube Greatest popular.
He made by Yamaha PSS-470 for making intro song.
8-Bit Keys Theme (Remix) - (Konami VRCVII).nsf
Entry 151 in 129th Place
(15.42 KiB) Downloaded 99 times

Made with thee stupid Dual-AY Chip. Used the ZX Spectrum Demo
Gasman - In The Future - (FDS Sound)- (Sunsoft FME-07).nsf
Entry 84 in 94th Place
(21.38 KiB) Downloaded 89 times

And finally, I watched the trailer after the school. But I auto-recorded directly from my PC before Nintendo E3 Begins because I'm at school.
Jump Up, Super Star! (Super Mario Oddysey Theme - From E3 2017 Trailer) - (Konami VRCVI)- (FDS Sound)- (Namco-106).nsf
Entry 202 in 33th Place. I'm seriously fine
(24.63 KiB) Downloaded 137 times

Re: Post your Famicompo Pico 3 FTM

Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2017 4:33 am
by w7n

Re: Post your Famicompo Pico 3 FTM

Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2017 1:56 pm
by Teuthida
Here are mine! Oceanside Acrobatics got 15th place in Originals, voiceless got 10th place in Covers, and Pop in B Major got 4th place in Freestyle Originals.

Re: Post your Famicompo Pico 3 FTM

Posted: Sat Oct 14, 2017 1:25 am
by PinoBatch
Two 2A03-only covers that both suffered somewhat because of lack of arpeggio schemes in 0.4.6.

0xy arps in 0.4.6 update at 60 Hz. A reviewer told me 30 Hz sounds nicer, but to use anything but 60 Hz in 0.4.6 would have required a separate instrument for each distinct chord.