Homebrew Music Apps for GBA

Discussion in 'GBA - Console and Game Discussions, Help and Tips' started by blainy, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. blainy
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    ok, so i am looking to find music apps for the GBA. currently i already have Audile, LabSound, Looper, Musictech pro performer, but would like to find more of these type of apps..can anyone point me in the right direction?
     
  2. Danny Tanner

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    LSDJ goomba. LSDJ is the best chiptunes sequencer I know, and this is just the GBA port.
     
  3. Wabsta

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    I think he means a music player.

    Buy a M3 media player, just like, 20euro's = 25 dollar.

    And well, it's a "media player". So it plays music.
    I used it for my GBA and NDS as MP3 player for a while.

    EDIT: If not, and you indeed mean a sequencer, I must agree with bixbite.
     
  4. blainy
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    yeah, i am looking for sequencer stuff....i already use LSDJ a little on a GB emulator, so i m not after that kind of thing...im lookign for native GBA stuff, not ports or emulations..
     
  5. mrgone

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    pixelh8 has some music applications for gb/gbc/gba/nds
    another app is nanoloop for gb and nanoloop2 for gba
     
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  7. Todderbert

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    Nanoloop 2.3 is what you want, though expensive. http://www.nanoloop.de/specs23.html
    There were some threads over at http://8bitcollective.com/forums/ about freeware gba programs also.
     
  8. DanTheManMS

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    Only one I know of that hasn't been mentioned yet is Pocket Flute. Not exactly a sequencing app or anything, but it does fall under the category of "music creation app" to a degree.