NC059: Soleviio – Daydreams and Dragon Kings

Shortlink: noichan.org/nc059
May 1, 2013 in NoiChan Release, Site News


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Our first release from Soleviio. Daydreams and Dragon Kings is full of emotive leads, backed by some serious wav channel abuse. Created using LSDJ.


The Boy Who Fought the Lightning from Chey Rasmussen on Vimeo.

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The Boy Who Fought the Lightning (3:23)
Size: 8249kb - Format: mp3 (320kbps) - Frequency: 44100Hz - Channels: 2 (joint stereo)

Stargazer (4:16)
Size: 10358kb - Format: mp3 (320kbps) - Frequency: 44100Hz - Channels: 2 (joint stereo)

Aegon the Conqueror (4:10)
Size: 10116kb - Format: mp3 (320kbps) - Frequency: 44100Hz - Channels: 2 (joint stereo)

Mother of Dragons (4:53)
Size: 11830kb - Format: mp3 (320kbps) - Frequency: 44100Hz - Channels: 2 (joint stereo)

The Wendigo (4:21)
Size: 10556kb - Format: mp3 (320kbps) - Frequency: 44100Hz - Channels: 2 (joint stereo)

Beer Pong with Dracula (3:10)
Size: 7733kb - Format: mp3 (320kbps) - Frequency: 44100Hz - Channels: 2 (joint stereo)

The Mad King (4:12)
Size: 10207kb - Format: mp3 (320kbps) - Frequency: 44100Hz - Channels: 2 (joint stereo)

Flying on a Sunbeam (2:37)
Size: 6409kb - Format: mp3 (320kbps) - Frequency: 44100Hz - Channels: 2 (joint stereo)

8 Tracks - Length: 31:01

    • holy moley

    • Track 3 is so rad. Thanks man.

    • Please tell me that you’re a true vintage gamer, because this is one of the most highly inspired albums in quite a long time and moves me deeply. I would be honored to assist in any future modding needs of yours. Have your considered an atari or C64 as additions to your hardware repertoire?

      • hey thanks man, I’m glad you liked it! :D I don’t know about -true- vintage, but I definitely had my face shoved into my Game Boy for countless hours from the age of 5 and on. I like LSDJ for that reason. I’ve never used an actual atari or a C64, though I imagine it would be mad cool to use their actual soundchips in some trackers! I may just…[Read more]

    • Oh man, this is grade-A chip goodness. Lots of good melodies and tasty programming.

      I dig that art too.

      • dude i couldn’t have done this album without your LSDJ and You tutorials, particularly the ones on fine-tuning WAV channel parameters/volume. I can’t stress that enough, I spent so much time fine tuning volume via drawing in the WAVE screen–a trick you taught me. It means a lot to know you liked it!!