LudoTune is a musical toy for building tunes, loops, songs and musical sculptures. Please note: Safari and mobile browsers are not fully supported at this time. For the best experience, Chrome is recommended. LudoTune was created by Dylan, using Tone.js for sound production and scheduling, and Three.js for 3D rendering.
An archive of chiptunes ripped from keygen software, cracks, game trainers, demos, and intros. Sometimes this music is better than that of the game itself.
Pixitracker is a simple, pixel-based sample editor and chiptune tracker that's designed to be fun to play with, so it doesn't have the hardcore (and intimidating, I'll admit) tracker interface. Pixel-based means that you specify notes and patterns by turning dots on and off by clicking on them. Designed so you can just mess around with it. Record patterns, make new samples and export them as .wav files, record sounds. MIDI aware so you can plug your favorite MIDI device in and use that as the UI. Supports multiple audio drivers, too. There are versions for Apple iOS, Android, Windows, OSX, and Linux. Samples are delineated with Space Invaders-style sprites so you can tell them apart.
BeepBox is an online chiptune tracker. You can interactively edit patterns or enter single notes on a piano style keyboard. It makes it very easy to compose music - it manages scales, keys, tempo, and rhythm for you. It also has a waveform editor with which you can define new instruments. Download your work as .wav files. Seems to use Amiga .mod style patterns. You can also download the page to open later in a web browser or clone the sourcecode (https://github.com/johnnesky/beepbox) if you want to tinker with it or incorporate it into your own work.
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