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More informations about soundchips on x68000In 1991, few artists (as 4-Mat and Random Voice) composed modules (MOD, IT...) with big chip influences, on digital trackers. These chiptunes are 'sample based' because no real soundchip are used.
However, they respect demoscene and video-games spirit, and sometimes specificities of a real soundchip.
The video features a demo version of the song "Air War".
Another version of the video, a video mix created by unknown was released on You Tube.
The video is a visual mix showing dancing robots, a kid playing game, an 8-bit home computer Commodore VIC-20, a Canadian actor William Shatner, and many more.
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Historically, the chips used were sound chips such as : MOS Technology SID 6581/6582/8580 on Commodore 64 (C64) General Instrument AY-3-8910 or AY-3-8912 on Amstrad CPC, MSX and ZX Spectrum Analog-digital hybrid Atari POKEY on the Atari 400/800 and arcade hardware Yamaha YM2149 on the Atari ST and ZX Spectrum Yamaha YM2612 on Sega Mega Drive/Genesis Yamaha YM3812 (aka OPL2) and YMF262 (aka OPL3) on IBM PC compatibles Paula on Amiga Ricoh 2A03 on Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) or Famicom For the MSX several sound upgrades, such as the Konami SCC , the Yamaha YM2413 (MSX-MUSIC) and Yamaha Y8950 (MSX-AUDIO, predecessor of the OPL3) and the OPL4-based Moonsound were released as well, each having its own characteristic chiptune sound.
The Nintendo Gameboy do not have a separate soundchip. Also, there is no soundchip in the Apple II, but there is a 16 channel 8 bit Ensoniq ES5503 DOC wavetable soundchip in the Apple IIGS (GS = Graphics and Sound).
The video ends with Ethan and Alice enter the dimension portal and they turn into ice cream cones.
The 'golden age' of chiptunes was the mid 1980s to early 1990s, when such sound chips were the most common method for creating music on computers.