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NESComposer / FamiComposer let you bring 8-bits Studio Anywhere any place around with you!!
Create Classic 8-bits Chiptune Music.

Compose and Program Chiptune music with Text base in Music Macro Language ( MML ) which is alternative to Music Tracker

Enjoy Crystal Clear of original sound with original NES ( Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom ) sound chip emulation.

NESComposer / FamiComposer can be use as Memo pad for Musician so You can do Music notation every time!!

- Original NES Sound Chip Emulation
- VRC6, VRC7, NAMCO 106, FME-7 (SUNSOFT 5B) Sound Chip Emulation
- DPCM Support
- build-in .dmc files
- Save & Load Music Score ( MML )
- Upload And Share your music online via Social network (facebook, twitter) or email
- Include Super Mario Bros. Music in Example!!
- Add more Example Score From Final Fantasy 4, Gradius, Dragon Ball Z, Zelda, Legend of Zelda, Pokemon, Double Dragon and More!!

Comming Soon!!
- NSF sound format Export

Tags: mml music macro, nes composing.

Recently changed in this version

Fix Help & Reference
Add more Example

Adjust VRC7 to Compatible with most Emulator

Add DPCM Support
Add DPCM Examples
Add build in .dmc file

v 1.05
Improve Performance !!

Comments and ratings for NESComposer
  • (72 stars)

    by Ryan R on 23/10/2013

    I just randomly found this and wanted to try it out. I think the MML concept was hard to understand at first, but I'm starting to get the hang of it. I made a little tune too! Clear the MML and quick editor first, and then paste this in the quick editor.

  • (72 stars)

    by Alexander Edland on 16/10/2013

    But, it needs a Device Mixer (adjust volume of n163 chip, vrc7 chip...)

  • (72 stars)

    by Jeff Alyanak on 16/10/2013

    Super nice way of using MML while away from a computer. If you've got a bluetooth keyboard or an OTG you can type up some songs really quick on a compact and portable device!

  • (72 stars)

    by Jesse Mendoza on 14/10/2013

    This Is What I Learn How To Make Tones. Is Something Like This. When You Enter The App. Clear The Both MML and The Editor. Than You Began To Create Your Own Tone. If You Don't Understand It Go To Help For Your Tutorial. Have A Pen and Paper To Do So. Prac