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Junichi Masuda's soundtrack for the original Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow games is iconic. In spite of the restricted hardware offered by the Gameboy, Masuda managed to produce some highly efficient music, and he did so with a little motivation from his favourite classical composers.
8-bit guy, How Oldschool Sound/Music worked:
8-bit guy, Utilize your Gameboy as a MIDI instrument:
Interview with Junichi Masuda (2014 ):
Gameinformer (2014 ), Pokemon music master:
Dylan Tallchief, How Pokemon's CREEPIEST song was made
Interview with Junichi Masuda:
Korex, How the Pokemon music was made:
Tuning the Koto:
Nintendo Life, Interview with Junichi Masuda:
How Music Was Made On Super Nintendo:
Gameboy sound hardware:
Retro Video Game Mechanics Explained, Generation I Pokémon Cries Explained:
Masuda on musical impacts:
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0:21 Gameboy's limited soundchip.
2:02 Counterpoint vs. Homophony.
3:29 Celadon City.
4:12 Pallet Town.
5:45 J.S. Bach.
7:45 Raid: Shadow Legends.
9:06 Lavender Town.
10:37 Viridian Forest.
11:24 Stravinsky & Shostakovich.
12:14 Mt. Moon.
13:18 Pokémon Tower.
13:41 Junichi Masuda.
15:03 I composed a chiptune piece.