Commodore 64 SIDbits – Legendary Sounds Of SID Chip!

Commodore 64 SIDbits brings to your table legendary sounds of SID Chip used in Commodores computers during 80s. Sound Interface Device, much better known as the SID, was designed to be part of a home computer but this chip was above all a musical instrument. Invention of SID was the most important milestone in video game music and one whose influence still resonates to this day!

From gritty and noisy drums, sharp synth leads, powerful bass sounds, crisp digital percussions to retro sounding FX, we have captured it all in HQ 24-bits. We have programmed, sampled and played the most musical tones we could squeeze out of this monster. We wanted to show how usable it is in electronic music production today. SID sounds go far beyond game audio and are found in Techno, Hip-Hop and Experimental Electronica.

Technically the SID is a three-voice synthesizer module – it can generate and play three sounds simultaneously. SID was remarkably sophisticated when it appeared, a well-specified synthesizer with features more usually found on cutting-edge electronic keyboards of the time, such as the Mini Moog and Roland Jupiter 8. That is why we are so excited to offer you this piece of chiptune and game audio history!

Contains Drums, Basses, Synths & Effects:
BPM: 80-105 BPM
Audio Resolution: 24 Bit / 44.1 kHz

Requirements: For WAV files you need 24 bit WAV compatible software, basically any audio or video editing software.