Renegade Soundplay 'High Score': A 1980s Vintage Video Game Sound Generator

The Music Telegraph | Text 2020/09/03 [12:37]

Renegade Soundplay 'High Score': A 1980s Vintage Video Game Sound Generator

The Music Telegraph| 입력 : 2020/09/03 [12:37]

 

▲ High Score

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Renegade Soundplay 'High Score': A 1980s Vintage Video Game Sound Generator 

 

 

London, United Kingdom: Renegade Soundplay announces 'High Score'. High Score is a virtual instrument running on Kontakt 6 and the Free Kontakt 6 player from Native Instruments. With High Score, composers, producers, and sound designers will be able to recreate the sounds and music of video games and computers from the 1980s. 

 

 

 

▲ High Score main view    

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High Score features three wave generators that utilize sampled waveforms from various game consoles and computers from the 1980s. A separate sweepable, variable-bitrate noise generator lets you dial in just the right amount of “vintage” sound quality. High Score also features a multi-mode filter, dual-pattern step arpeggiator, note delay, and speaker simulator. One of the key features of High Score is the Randomizer. The Randomizer creates new sounds based on the user selecting from one of ten style categories (including bass, lead, jump, power up, laser, and more) and a sound of that type is generated. This makes it simple for producers and sound designers to quickly create new 8-bit sounds for their projects. High Score also features sampled speech sounds. There are multiple banks of speech words mapped across the keyboard that are ready to use and are modifiable via the High Score sound engine just like all of the other waveforms. 

 

 

 

▲ High Score, Randomizer

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I grew up in the Eighties playing classic video arcade games and learning to program on computers like the TI- 99/4A and Apple II, and always wanted an easy way to make use of classic video game sounds in modern music productions,” explains Renegade Soundplay founder, David Molnar. “Having been a pro audio hardware and software engineer throughout my career, and with a great collection of vintage game consoles and classic computers at home, I finally decided to take matters into my own hands and create a virtual instrument that would make it easy to access and create those vintage sounds."

 

 

 

▲ High Score, FX

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Renegade Soundplay will launch a crowdfunding campaign in early September 2020. During the 30-days long Kickstarter campaign, backers will be able to pre-order High Score for a discounted price. High Score will be available for first customer downloads mid to late October 2020. Interested persons should check the Renegade Soundplay website and social media pages for the latest news on the Kickstarter campaign. 

 

 

High Score will include 300 snapshot presets featuring 8-bit sounds of various types that are ready to use in your projects. More snapshots presets and new features will be added to High Score via future updates. 

 

 

 

▲ High Score, Filter

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Renegade Soundplay has partnered with Native Instruments to make High Score available for the free Kontakt 6 Player. High Score is also NKS compatible with the Native Instruments S-Series keyboards and Maschine. As part of this partnership, all High Score downloads and installation will be performed using Native Instruments’ own Native Access application, making the download and installation of High Score as simple as possible.

 

 

 

▲ High Score, Step Arpeggiator

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About 'Renegade Soundplay'

Renegade Soundplay was founded in 2020 by David Harris Molnar. Molnar, a retro-gamer and former design engineer with companies including Line 6 and Moog Music, created Renegade Soundplay in order to personally develop products for musicians, sound designers, and other creative individuals. Renegade Soundplay's first product is 'High Score', a virtual instrument that makes it easy to create Eighties-style video game sounds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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