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1 ChiptunesFor almost as long as video games have existed, their audio has inspired musicians in myriad ways. One of the most direct examples is the chiptunes scene. Fiercely prolific, wildly varied and not an alien to the charts, it’s a genre defined not just by its sound, but also by the production method. Strictly speaking, chiptunes refers to music crafted using the soundchips of games machines, or emulations of those chips. Or that’s what the purists will tell you. Over the genre’s 30-plus years, it has evolved to include heavy uses of game audio samples and many forms of music that evoke a sense of retro game sounds. In the last 10 years, a hint of chiptunes even started to appear in tracks by the likes of Dizzee Rascal and Nelly Furtado. The genre even saw producer and rapper Timbaland accused of plagiarism, for allegedly sampling chiptune creations without permission in a Furtado LP.2 Button bashmentThere’s much debate about the exact moment对联二四六分明 digital dancehall – and subsequently ragga – emerged from the gentler pace of traditional dancehall. One thing is certain, though, the day producer King Jammy and musician Wayne Smith committed Under Mi Sleng Teng to 7”, having used a Casio MT-40 keyboard, digitally produced dancehall was established for good. To this day, the Sleng Teng riddim – the rhythm bed to the original tune – continues to enjoy use in new productions. Eventually, a small band of producers turned to game-centric computers to push the dancehall sound in a new direction. To call “button bashment” a genre in its own right might be a push – few others beyond the 2004-founded label Jahtari and its spin-off Jahmiga actively release the music. Certainly, games machines have had their own part to play in digi dancehall’s evolution. And as dancehall fuelled jungle, so have the related chiptunes, with Amiga jungle prospering on Soundcloud.3 Nintendocore metalIt’s not uncommon to find obscure music genres named in jest only for the title to enter common muso parlance – see flute-drop or seapunk. Nintendocore began as one of those gags, where a playful jibe at the very concept of niche genres rose up as a musical term proper. Horse the Band apparently carry the burden of coining the term, but their status in the genre is arguably outshone by the Minibosses, specialist in game covers. While chiptunes’ proponents are often associated with electronic production, Nintendocore draws together heavy guitar riffs, rock drumming and other elements from the complex heritage of metal with game chip audio and vocal nods to a wealth of games.4 Orchestral arrangements Facebook Twitter Pinterest The Video Games live orchestra in action. Photograph: Mark Glaviano/ObserverFor some people, downloading soundtracks isn’t enough to sate their thirst for game audio. Fortunately, touring orchestras such as Video Games Live travel the world delivering elaborate video game covers to dozens of cities a year. The VGL perform to huge crowds, release albums and DVDs, and enjoy prime-time television screenings, arguably fostering a modest industry of their own. And the VGL orchestra isn’t alone. There’s also the German Symphonic game music concerts, one-off arrangement Mario

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