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NEW: Tom 7 Entertainment System site (16 Sep 2005 at 23:11)
After many pixel drawn and many a broken sentence written, the Tom 7 Entertainment System web page is born. Unless you've been doing (fairly simple) archaeology on my server, there are a bunch new songs available here for the first time. Some definitely as-yet-unreleased are coming up some time in the next week or two.
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Tadbot (pcp04043871pcs.walngs01.pa.comcast.net) – 09.17.05 14:16:23
excellont. could you label the as-yet-unreleaseds when they become released, so that they are easy to find? kthxbye
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Tom 7 (h-72-244-69-64.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 09.17.05 15:13:40
Yep, there are headers on each section ("Available 2004") and I will add new sections as I upload.
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Anonymous (68-186-56-164.dhcp.mghl.ca.charter.com) – 09.21.05 14:53:01
I like dancing robots.

cool.
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Tom 7 (gs82.sp.cs.cmu.edu) – 09.21.05 17:07:05
Thanks H!
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Arthur (ctwboo101.ctw.utwente.nl) – 10.03.05 09:58:35
What I ask is how tunes are played please. The Laundry one even has Bach-type sequence in it.
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Tom 7 (h-72-244-69-64.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 10.03.05 10:13:08
Arthur: you mean like, sheet music? I could provide midi files, if you like. Just give me a list of favorites, since it takes a bit of effort to convert each one. Most of these I type into the sequencer directly, so I am not sure how much human playability they have. Like, good luck playing some of the 13/8 200bpm ones. ;)
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Arthur (ctwboo101.ctw.utwente.nl) – 10.04.05 05:54:03
I was wondered how you made these tunes... I can't even read sheet music, let alone play that fast. :)
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Tom 7 (h-72-244-69-56.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 10.04.05 10:33:30
I made them in various versions of the Cakewalk midi sequencer, using the piano roll. Cakewalk 3 was the best, really, but it doesn't run on my computer any more. I guess there are some up there that I did play on the keyboard, 16 bit ones like "Radon" and "Akasha" and "Sony", but I consider that method obsolete. ;)

The ones that sound really gritty like they came from a NES were designed to be converted by my "midimml" software into NSF files for that extra special sound.
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sam (ntoska047212.oska.nt.adsl.ppp.infoweb.ne.jp) – 04.02.06 01:42:14
if you make easy hearingable music(about tempo),
your music will be more better things.
but you are so...

cool.
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paul (cpe-71-72-157-80.woh.res.rr.com) – 06.10.06 01:54:41
Dude I like your stuff!!
your should release at www.8bitpeoples.com
I think alot of people in the netlable community would enjoy hearing from you. I just stumbled on your site. Paul email me paulshuler at fastmail dot us. peace keep jamming!
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Chris (201.208.18.13) – 07.15.06 04:17:15
I just became a fan and downloaded furiously every tune I could and now my fingers hurt. I love your music, ta.
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Tom 7 (h-72-244-65-105.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 07.15.06 23:26:30
Thank you sam, paul, and chris!
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psy_ill (lund-meje-sr0-vl314-213-185-28-70.perspektivbredband.net) – 11.01.06 05:42:19
Great collection, one of my favourites is "laundry", with it's fugue-like structure. As I am a fan of Bach as well as modern monotone synthesizer music I would like to encourage you to keep on doing music in that style :)
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Tom 7 (pool-71-253-18-212.pitbpa.east.verizon.net) – 11.01.06 09:24:16
Thanks psy_ill!
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Anonymous (88.224.219.17) – 11.27.06 08:50:30
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fauxy love (s142-179-164-83.ab.hsia.telus.net) – 02.07.07 00:43:54
heart!

>3
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awesome new band... (bas4-toronto12-1088893455.dsl.bell.ca) – 02.20.07 19:12:59
would you be willing to allow a regular band use one to intro or outro one of their songs on cd in tribute to sweet 8-bit music. we would be willing ot give you credit in the credits. ?
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Tom 7 (h-72-244-70-124.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 02.20.07 20:05:45
Sure! Maybe you could send a CD my way? e-mail me: tom7 at cs cmu edu and I'll let you know my address.
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awesome new band... (bas4-toronto12-1088893455.dsl.bell.ca) – 02.20.07 20:56:41
awesome.! thanks.
i will shoot you a note for sure.

:)

your songs RULE!
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Roger (pool-71-106-192-50.lsanca.dsl-w.verizon.net) – 03.01.07 22:44:10
tom7 is still my hero!
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Tom 7 (c-24-131-65-110.hsd1.pa.comcast.net) – 03.02.07 00:06:55
Hooray!
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MXatt M. (wuw-d0g6qiwa.dybb.com) – 06.20.07 13:15:10
hey Tom, i just found this page while searching for that little font program you made. it has totally distracted me to see your diverse output. I aspire to be a similar geek "renaissance man," and in particular, here's my music page: htt pee://w w w.mattmontag.com/music
check that out, and in particular, check out the nintendo sonata there. I enjoy your song titles, and all the subtle references to culture i am very familiar with. Ok, going back to explore now.
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Dan (161.225.129.111) – 06.22.07 16:03:23
Radon was special good but a wanted more of.

It's you. Tom, show talent do come even to those who can poor now but later have wealth.

// on a side note, your site is fantastic. Thanks for making my day at work slightly more enjoyable, as it can be full of corporate-sauce (which tastes impeccably like a single dead sock).

DrIce926 "AT" gmail
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Tom 7 (h-66-167-56-8.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 06.22.07 22:40:03
Thanks MXatt, I like Nintendo Sonata and I listened to it twice!

Dan: Thanks! I am making more...
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Tom 7 (h-66-167-91-108.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 08.08.07 20:10:30
Now there are more!
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sootsprite (s01060016b6c0256a.gv.shawcable.net) – 11.21.07 14:15:04
T7ES explodes my head. I am very much like my exploded head, please and thank you!
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Tom 7 (gs82.sp.cs.cmu.edu) – 11.21.07 14:48:54
enjoy your new brains!!!
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Matt (ool-18baeae3.dyn.optonline.net) – 12.13.07 12:23:11
Sup dude. Love these songs, I downloaded all of them. Thanks for sharing. I like that fact that a most of them don't use any drums, it makes them feel even more minimal. Kudos to you. Also thanks for the mml to midi tool. If you ever want to check out my chiptunes or just say hello, look me up under the moniker "kid versus chemical". I have a myspace page and my actual website should be up soon with tons of free music.

Peace.
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[3 (cse-dhcp-10-158.ucsd.edu) – 04.21.08 22:58:03
<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
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Tom 7 (h-68-166-177-122.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 04.22.08 00:37:31
Thank you Matt and heartsuit!
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stauf7 (142.163.79.93) – 06.06.08 16:58:59
Great music! I came across your music when I was listening to a last.fm tag radio for "chiptune". Needless to say, Theme from Volleyball stood out so I had to track down more. Keep it up!
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Tom 7 (72.244.70.221) – 06.06.08 18:12:31
Thanks stauf! I'm glad you did say!
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squirrelafraid (client-82-2-125-135.brnt.adsl.virgin.net) – 06.27.08 08:41:38
hey, this stuff is great, but I'm really confused about how you made it! You say you programmed some of it into cakewalk, but where did the actual sounds come from? What synth/softsynth did you use? Or do you have your computer actually hooked up to some console or something?? Loving your tunes!
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Tom 7 (pokemon.wv.cc.cmu.edu) – 06.27.08 10:02:46
hehe. The vast majority were hand-clicked into the piano roll editor in Cakewalk (though some were literally played on a keyboard; I think it's easy to tell which ones), then output to a hardware MIDI sound module called the Roland SC-880. It's actually a pretty fancy box, but I almost only use its square and sawtooth waves (Bank #130 has the best ones). Some of the songs are made through my program MidiMML, then played through a NES emulator. Lately I've been working on my own software synthesis which may become a tracker, but there are no songs up using that tech yet.
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Riteksi (dsl-roibrasgw1-ff38c100-179.dhcp.inet.fi) – 01.15.09 11:56:44
Suddenly it turns out I'm in love with your music. You're the greatest!
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Tom 7 (h-69-3-248-148.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 01.15.09 19:22:21
Hooray! Thanks for telling me, and enjoy!
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Anonymous (pool-151-197-215-243.phil.east.verizon.net) – 02.15.09 17:31:42
This stuff is awesome!!!
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Tom 7 (h-69-3-248-242.phlapafg.dynamic.covad.net) – 02.15.09 17:43:16
Why thank you! Spread the word...
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Adon Entertainment (bluecoat2.dot.gov) – 04.03.09 12:59:36
Yo homie! I dig these tracks my dude!!!!! I am wondering if you would be open to collabing with an MC? I have found you on the myspace and would love to collab!!!! HOLLA @me...
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iOnurb (c-24-126-18-69.hsd1.wv.comcast.net) – 04.22.09 14:02:18
anyway i could use these songs in my youtube videos if i give credit in the sidebar with a link to the site?!
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iOnurb (c-24-126-18-69.hsd1.wv.comcast.net) – 04.22.09 14:02:31
anyway i could use these songs in my youtube videos if i give credit in the sidebar with a link to the site?!
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iOnurb (c-24-126-18-69.hsd1.wv.comcast.net) – 04.22.09 14:02:49
anyway i could use these songs in my youtube videos if i give credit in the sidebar with a link to the site?!
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iOnurb (c-24-126-18-69.hsd1.wv.comcast.net) – 04.22.09 14:05:48
sorry about the multiple posts! jeez you refresh the page and it goes ballistic! lol
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Tom 7 (mobile-032-148-073-116.mycingular.net) – 04.22.09 15:39:13
Sure! Go ahead and use 'em! :)
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iOnurb (c-24-126-18-69.hsd1.wv.comcast.net) – 04.22.09 21:37:35
thanks Tom 7!
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Anonymouse (dsl-roibrasgw1-ff9bc100-94.dhcp.inet.fi) – 05.14.09 14:20:40
Chiming in to say that your music is really good. When a conversation comes to retro-ish music, I'm definitely recommending this stuff to others!
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Tom 7 (mobile-032-151-156-138.mycingular.net) – 05.14.09 16:19:00
Yay, thanks! :)
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scramble45 (cpe-75-81-38-75.kc.res.rr.com) – 09.09.09 00:19:06
Makes a bad ass ringtone!
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anne (mar75-3-82-225-4-228.fbx.proxad.net) – 12.02.09 10:37:03
happyness
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_ (fctnnbsc15w-156034080198.pppoe-dynamic.high-speed.nb.bellaliant) – 01.26.10 21:09:29
cool
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SeriousMF (s0106001cf0f0bd45.ed.shawcable.net) – 03.18.10 23:23:56
Tom7 I do plenty of remixes of your songs. I was wondering if the software you wrote to write the songs we all love so could be attained by somebody like me? And whether or not its approachable by somebody that isn't 1337. I haven't even really surfsearched yet, perhaps you already have it available.
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Tom 7 (c-67-186-6-86.hsd1.pa.comcast.net) – 03.19.10 00:29:03
I use Cakewalk (now Sonar) to write most of my music, and a Roland SC-880 for the sounds. Both are commercially available but I can't give them out for obvious reasons. I'd be happy to send you original song data in MIDI or Cakewalk format, just place your requests here or in e-mail.

PS. A handful of my songs were made with my homebrew software called 'midimml', which you could find at tom7.org/midimml.

PPS. I love hearing covers and remixes, so send them along!
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Anonymous (82-171-245-40.ip.telfort.nl) – 03.23.10 15:32:09
i can´t find the total membrane song
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Tom 7 (c-67-186-6-86.hsd1.pa.comcast.net) – 03.23.10 21:20:20
It's right on there, but it's called "Totally Membrane":

mp3.tom7.org/t7es/2004/tom7=totally-membrane8.mp3
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gojirra (c-24-4-26-130.hsd1.ca.comcast.net) – 03.28.10 16:27:49
Thank you for what you do. Your efforts are appreciated.
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wizlon (etempest.plus.com) – 04.12.10 11:42:58
Wow, Tom7, Love these tunes. I'm making a indie game in the style of an 8-bit NES game, would you mind if I use some of your tunes? I'll give you full credit of course.
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Tom 7 (mobile-166-137-141-070.mycingular.net) – 04.12.10 12:51:52
Yep, be my guest! Please send me the game when it's ready or previewable. :)
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Tony (87-104-119-142-dynamic-customer.profibernet.dk) – 05.27.10 02:38:09
Hi.

I'm making a few short videos for a commercial website and would love to use one or two of your pieces. Only trouble is that I can't put any credits on it. Is it ok for me to use it if I send you a link to the finished videos?
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Tom 7 (216.239.45.130) – 05.29.10 01:15:05
Sure, sounds ok to me.
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Tony (87-104-119-142-dynamic-customer.profibernet.dk) – 05.31.10 17:01:25
Great! I'll let you know if I end up using the music...thanks a lot
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Sergey (jokingness.clover.volia.net) – 06.06.10 14:42:41
Hi, i am making a small video game for Android powered devices. Can i use soem of your music file as a background music if i'll put a credits?

Thanks in advance
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Tom 7 (c-67-186-6-86.hsd1.pa.comcast.net) – 06.06.10 20:13:52
Sure Sergey. Please send me a link to the game when it's ready! You can credit "Tom 7 Entertainment System" or mp3.tom7.org/t7es or a link is even better. :)
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Sergey (undefined.datagroup.com.ua) – 06.07.10 12:47:54
Thanks a lot!
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Chuff (c-98-251-84-249.hsd1.ga.comcast.net) – 06.14.10 22:07:29
Rutgers = best chiptune ever.
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Tom 7 (c-67-186-6-86.hsd1.pa.comcast.net) – 06.15.10 00:01:24
Thanks! :) That one seems to be a common favorite.
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Sophia (cpe-065-190-149-138.nc.res.rr.com) – 06.20.10 09:56:47
it's got zazz.
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Elmernite (adsl-81-9-235.hsv.bellsouth.net) – 08.05.10 20:15:07
What License is the Music released under?
I'm a game develop (possible for a commercial flash) But even if not. It might be worthwhile to mention on the page what license the music is under, that way people know if they can use the music in a production if they give credit or something? Something like one of the creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Creative Commons license.
-Elmernite
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Tom 7 (216-239-44-25.google.com) – 08.06.10 16:40:41
I like to give permission on a case-by-case basis, but almost always do.
Some of the MP3s are available under CC at 8bc.org (username T7ES). Some of the source MIDIs are available as GPL from my T7eshero game (sourceforge) or as part of midimml (tom7.org/midimml), if you want blanket terms. Enjoy :)
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Elmernite (adsl-67-166-168.shv.bellsouth.net) – 08.07.10 13:45:26
Cool thanks!
-Elmernite
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MAN WHO LOVES YOU (cpe-72-224-78-3.maine.res.rr.com) – 11.16.10 21:10:47
I REALLY LIKEY YOUR SONGS!!!
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Tom 7 (c-67-186-6-86.hsd1.pa.comcast.net) – 11.17.10 22:37:39
Thanks!
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Rubén (209.pool85-57-141.dynamic.orange.es) – 01.01.11 08:38:57
Hi! I've used your music in some of my videoblogs. Hope you don't mind.
Here it is:

youtube.com/watch?v=nP8wXpKu3v0
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Tom 7 (c-67-186-6-86.hsd1.pa.comcast.net) – 01.01.11 14:09:34
Please feel free to use them for whatever you like! Thanks for the shout-out.
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Shane (blk-224-221-204.eastlink.ca) – 02.05.11 16:35:05
Heya, I came across these via Google looking for some 8-bit music for my iOS game. It looks like you said I can use them freely? If so that's awesome, but can I at least credit you in the game? :) If so, let me know what name and/or picture to use!

Cheers
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Anonymous (75.149.156.237) – 05.02.11 00:31:32
Hi Tom 7!
I also used your music in a youtube video. Its about lasers and I thought that your music was just right!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=skI4vCrg1CA

P.S. Your comment system rejected the original youtube link...
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Tom 7 (67.186.6.86) – 05.05.11 23:56:35
Nice! And thanks for the shout-out! :)
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djoel (58.178.101.64) – 07.07.11 05:42:36
LURVE IT man! I HAVE A DRAM is defs my favourite!

Just wondering what you use to get such a wicked true 8-bit sound? Is it hardware/VST? Really inspiring stuff, i'll be checkin in for more!! =D
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Tom 7 (74.125.59.145) – 07.07.11 18:08:50
Thanks djoel! I feel good about I have a DRAM too because I think it's pretty damn weird but likable.

Almost everything is made with Cakewalk (I just click on the piano roll) and the Roland SC-880, which is a hardware midi synth (but I only use like 4 primitive waveform patches on it). I've been wanting to make my own software for a while, but so many things to do. :) More fun to write music anyway...!
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Anonymous (75.2.243.254) – 08.19.11 00:40:11
Your stuff should be on 8bc!
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Tom 7 (67.186.6.86) – 08.26.11 08:44:16
Actually, many songs are on 8bc, under the user name T7ES. :) But you won't get anything new by going there; my site is the one-stop shop...
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michael (71.237.8.163) – 10.07.12 05:22:13
Hi Tom 7,

I was hoping I could use part of one of your songs (0 Day Weekend) in an intro for my 'not yet begun' YouTube channel. If you are cool with that, I'll credit you in all videos as "Tom 7 Entertainment System" and link to mp3.tom7.org/t7es/ so everyone can experience the glorious chiptunes you've created! Let me know what you think. :)

Cheers,
/michael
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Tom 7 (67.186.6.86) – 10.19.12 08:58:36
Sure, go for it! :)
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Anonymous (h60n1-sde-a32.ias.bredband.telia.com) – 10.22.13 18:55:12
Are you an musician genius. Very good composing wow
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Tom 7 (c-67-186-7-254.hsd1.pa.comcast.net) – 10.27.13 13:41:13
Thank you! Only you and others can decide I'm a genius but I suggest the answer "not really".
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Chuff (72.17.249.18.nw.nuvox.net) – 02.07.14 13:20:41
Hi Tom 7,

I would like to use part of one of your songs (Rutgers) in an intro for my 'chufflangs' YouTube channel. I'm happy to credit you as "Tom 7 Entertainment System" and link to mp3.tom7.org/t7es/ ! Let me know what you think. :)
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Tom 7 (ip-64-134-187-236.public.wayport.net) – 02.10.14 08:30:54
Sure, please do! Thanks for asking :)
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Chuff (c-50-160-204-83.hsd1.ga.comcast.net) – 02.13.14 23:57:57
Thank you! I've loved this song in particular but also all your other chiptunes ever since I first found your site.
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Tom 7 (c-67-186-7-254.hsd1.pa.comcast.net) – 02.14.14 21:26:53
Thanks! :) Rutgers is one of my favorites, too. Good choice. I wish I could get back into whatever groove I was in that summer.
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NMZ (pool-96-246-147-214.nycmny.fios.verizon.net) – 06.15.15 16:13:38
Hey there. I used your song "An Interrogation" for my android game. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.NigelMNZ.MelodyRocket
I gave you credit in the description. Hopefully this is ok with you. Good work on the songs!
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Tom 7 (pool-173-75-25-122.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net) – 06.16.15 22:07:55
Thanks for letting me know, and yes it's okay with me! :)
Sadly I can't play cuz I only have iPhones, but maybe I can try it on a friend's.
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Abu Gbak (c-50-191-51-167.hsd1.pa.comcast.net) – 12.30.16 20:18:41
Do you still use this?
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Tom 7 (pool-74-98-229-167.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net) – 12.31.16 11:30:37
Depends on what you mean by "this', but I think so!
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Anonymous (177.41.77.98.dynamic.adsl.gvt.net.br) – 03.07.17 20:49:10
HI
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Dom Casual (c-76-28-2-86.hsd1.vt.comcast.net) – 04.26.17 20:08:04
The songs are wonderful,(I particularly like "Theme from Facebook Phone") and the performances equally so. Great work.
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Tom 7 (pool-74-98-229-167.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net) – 04.30.17 10:03:15
Thank you Dom C! :)
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