Doctor Popular writes, "My new album, Destroy All Presets, was created using the Nanoloop cartidge on a GameBoy Advance. I decided to do it that way partially because I love working with limitations and partially because I love the sounds you can get off of these old devices. To help promote it's release, I'm producing a small run of Nanoloop cartridges that come preloaded with my instrumental tracks on them."
This means that anyone can pre-order my new album for as low as $1... or they can pledge a higher amount and get the worlds first remixable album for a GBA.
A bunch of my chiptune friends have also "chipped" in (sorry) and contributed their albums as part of the Monobomb digipack. Blah blah blah, basically this will be the coolest album release ever, we just need to reach that goal to place the minimum production order, so I'm hoping y'all can help spread the word.
Destroy All Presets: A re-mixable chiptune album
(Thanks, Doctor Popular!)
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