This is NES, not SNES. (NSF is an NES audio format.)
The (S)NES one was the best. The Metal version sounded kinda messy and lacking at certain parts of the melody.
Yeah, the NES one is definitely far superior and belongs above the break.
Nice to see the better one above the break. ;3
I will be forever jelly of people with talent like that
The NSF one sounds like Megaman to me.
"SNES version after the post break"You actually posted the metal one second.
^ He just switched them a second ago
WTF, the "metal" one is definitely not metal but rather hard rock. It doesn't even really sound like the opening theme.
It's considered chiptune music. That's what it is.
I think I am going to make the NES thinger my new ringtone.
NES version creator here, thanks guys!I would totally do more of these, but it seems that RainbowCrash88 has me beat to making chiptune covers of a good chunk of the MLP:FIM soundtrack :)I also made a remix of Renard's MLP track, but after that I'm pretty ponied out for now, musically at least.
@dtrx/crtified technician So what if he did it first? Go for it, dude, they can't possibly be exactly the same.
wow, the "metal" version's such a mess
@Cray0n True; if I recall correctly his versions are made in LSDJ, a Game Boy tracker. The NES VRC6 module I use is a bit more flexible than that of the Game Boy, so I suppose I could make more detailed arrangements solely because of the added instruments.I really dig RainbowCrash88's versions, perhaps it would be cool if we collaborated sometime (and if you're reading this, sup)!
Funny that you say that, because he was having some trouble with pitches or something on his latest song on lsdj
@Cray0n Not too surprising; the limits of older gaming sound modules can be hit pretty easily. It's very likely that I would encounter similar problems.
I know the metal version is messy.I made it with a rock band mic, a really bad distortion pedal I borrowed from a friend, audacity, a 1990's drum machine, a 6 year old computer and a guitar that won't quit buzzing. It's way harder to record actual instruments then electronic music.I now have a real mic, new computer, and a good distortion pedal. so I might try this again.My evil enchantress cover sounds much better.
@Hatesteed That was with a rock band mic?! You would think that a video game peripheral would have super crappy quality but that wasn't half bad.
I demand metal version with growling lyrics :>
Delicious pony chiptune. That was really nicely done. <3Though I'm kinda hoping for a more punk-rock style cover of the opening rather than metal. I listened to both of these, though.
Hey metal brony! Your work started out pretty promising (and, yeah, it was very impressive that you did that with a Rock Band mic); I'm just not so sure about what you did with the melody. Keep it closer to the actual melody from the show, and I'm sure your second try will be at least 20% cooler.