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by Vincenzo /StrayBoom Music

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about

This is the longest chiptune album in the world. Really. It contains 91 music, 12311 seconds of playtime, that means a total 3 hours, 25 minutes and 11 seconds overall. In a row.

Facts:
- I composed these chiptunes between 1998 and 2010.
- They are all created using 'tracker' software like ProTracker, ImpulseTracker, FastTracker and custom editors.
- Source files (.mod .xm .it) are smaller than 100kbytes.
- Some of the instruments are hand-drawn waveforms.
- Tunes were composed on Amiga, C64, 386DX40, P200MMX and DualCore Intel.
- Converting ImpulseTracker .it files to ProTracker .mod format is... well, don't try it at home kids!

Want more? Check these sites:
soundcloud.com/strayboom
www.strayboom.com
www.strayworx.com

Have fun!

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released May 6, 2013

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