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PIXELTONE COLLAGE TUTORIAL by Rakugaki-otoko PIXELTONE COLLAGE TUTORIAL by Rakugaki-otoko
OK, before you go clicking full-view on this one. please don't. just download it for your own good. it's HUGE.

This was requested by a friend.
It took me about 5 hours to finish and I'm happy with how it turned out.
This is a tutorial for the freeware music composing program called Pixeltone Collage (also sometimes called pxtone) made by the man himself, Daisuke Amaya (aka Pixel), the creator of popular freeware game Cave Story.

Here's his website
[link]

And if you're having trouble navigating, here's the direct download from his website.
[link]
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:iconrukunetsu:
Rukunetsu Jun 10, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Learning me a new program today.
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:iconrakugaki-otoko:
Rakugaki-otoko Jun 10, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
YEAS~!
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:iconesztergnom:
esztergnom Nov 6, 2010
nice! i use FL studio as DAW, but i think im going to make some chiptunes with this!
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:iconrakugaki-otoko:
Rakugaki-otoko Nov 6, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
It is probably intended for making chiptunes.
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Sorame Mar 18, 2011
It can make far more epic music though.

I noticed from listening to various songs that PXTone-made songs generally tends to sound more impressive than other composers.
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:iconrakugaki-otoko:
Rakugaki-otoko Mar 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
indeed. It's mostly for lo-fi music. I'm actually using it to make the soundtrack of a game I'm making and it sounds pretty legitimate.
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Sorame Mar 20, 2011
lo-fi?
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:iconrakugaki-otoko:
Rakugaki-otoko Mar 21, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I think that's the right term for it, yes.
From wikipedia:
"Low fidelity or lo-fi describes a sound recording which contains technical flaws such as distortion, hum, or background noise, or limited frequency response."

Not so much the distortion, hum, or background noise parts, but it does seem that PXtone has a limited frequency response.
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Sorame Mar 21, 2011
Ah, I see. :3

I don't know if it's the lo-fi that makes PXTone good, but...
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Nebelstern Nov 2, 2010   Digital Artist
ooh I see... o.o'
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