Cool Change [Bitpop] – Tribute to Little River Band

Made with the Commodore 64 MOS6581 SID chip (Multi-SID). A classic Little River Band song and the first Australian song I’ve bitpopped. It seems fitting for a New Year to start with a song like this; Particularly if you plan to make some New Year resolutions. All the best &…

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All Right [Bitpop] – Tribute to Christopher Cross

Made exclusively with the sounds of the Commodore 64 MOS6581 Multi-SID Though the past can make you weary, just know that the future doesn’t have to be more of the same. It’s all right because next time around it wont be like the time before. This 8 bit arrangement was…

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A Sky Full of Stars [Bitpop] – Tribute to Coldplay

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Made exclusively with the sounds of the Commodore 64 MOS6581 Multi-SID I really appreciate you taking to the time to listen. Thanks. —- Buy Bitpop 1, 2, 3 & 4 and support me, please. You can name your own price as a form of donation. Bandcamp https://gavingraham.bandcamp.com/ —- Homepage: http://gavingraham.com…

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Fuck You [Bitpop][Explicit] – Tribute to Cee Lo Green

Made exclusively with the sounds of the Commodore 64 MOS6581 Multi-SID As its title suggests, ‘Fuck You’ is essentially a middle finger extending from the fist of a pop single—and a gloriously catchy Motown stomper of a pop single at that. It felt nearly criminal to have this much fun…

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How I manage my audio projects

Geek time. I’ve mentioned previously how I use Git to version all my work. Regardless of whether its audio, video, text/code or config, it goes into version control. This time I want to show you how I project manage my albums. I use Google Keep for purpose it’s actually not…

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