A new challenger: Pulseboy

Pulseboy, a web-based 8-bit sequencer created by Roger Hicks is now in Beta and so far the feedback has been good. PulseBoy uses a “tracker” interface to accept note input.

If you’ve ever wanted to play around with making your own chip-tunes this is a great place to start, and Roger’s tutorial below is a user friendly introduction to composing with Pulseboy.

Pulseboy won’t replace Cubase, Reason or many other editors, but it’s a quick and dirty way to throw together simple melodies without a rig or massive sound library. If you’re interested in hearing some of Rekcahdam’s music you can check him out on Bandcamp.

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