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Hi there. I am Ozzed. I am a musician who make free chiptune and 8-bit music. in case you don't know what that is, it sounds like the music in old games, for example from the consoles Nintendo 8-bit (NES or Famicom), Amiga, C64, Game Boy, and so forth. The genre is commonly known as "Chiptune", but expressions such as "Chip-music", "bitpop" and "8-bit music" are also commonly used. I have been a fan of the genre since I was a kid, And started making my own music back in 2001.
My biggest reason for starting this project back in late 2008 was, and still is, that I want to share my music with the masses, and hopefully it encourages more people to explore the wonderful world of Chiptune music.

All my music, except when I am not the original composer, is licensed under Creative Commons. That means that it's free (as in free beer), and free as in speech, so long as I am credited as the originsl composer For exact details regarding the licensing, click the "Creative Commons" icon right below the menu.

Latest addition: The chiptune album "8-Bit Run 'n Pun"


Hi people! I am very well aware that this is long overdue but... Sometimes life happens and stuff gets delayed. As many of you know, my album 8-Bit Run 'n Pun was released on November 13th, 2015. But I haven't had time or energy to make the proper album page for it until now. Probably not a big deal as most people use Spotify or other streaming services to consume music nowadays, but for those of you who do want MP3's NSF-packs and info about the specific tunes, you now have that option. You can also download the album directly from the site or through a torrent. Whatever you chose, have fun! I hope you like 8-Bit Run 'n Pun!

Hello everyone! As promised, I released a new song today. I'd say it's one of my more experimental one so far, in some aspects, while in other regards, it's very typical "Ozzed-style". This means that there's now no less than 13 tracks on the upcoming Album, and I'm starting to feel like it's nearing completion. Very exciting times! :)

Linux. Yes.. I have switched to a different hosting company. As a consequence of this I can no longer host my site on an IIS-server, so Apache it is, which means that Spamburp and the Shoutbox, which are both written in ASP, needed to be replaced. I have chosen Disqus for this as it's a robust solution and there's no point in reinventing the wheel. This also means that you can write messages on any site you like, rather than having to go to a dedicated one. In other news I should have a new song ready soon, so stay tunes :)

Al my albums are now available on Spotify, Deezer and so on. The services are too many to list, but it's all the music sites you can be on if you have CD-Baby as an aggregator, so if you're curious you can look it up. I'm Very excited to have my music available where people can actually easily access it :)

Yesterday I posted about how Cor Metallicum is now available on Deezer. Well, I came home today and discovered that It is allready available on Spotify as well! Last like it took almost a month, but this time it happened within a few days! :) So if you have Spotify, you can listen to my album using the Widget below:

If you would like to listen to my music without downloading anything from this site, my music is available on most major music services such as Spotify, Deezer, Tidal, Jamendo, Last-FM and so forth, links are available at the bottom of this page, and if you have Spotify, just use the playlist at the top and listen away! :)

I live primarily on this website, but I also live on these pages:

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Spotify: Where you can listen to All my albums. This is a great way to support me as I get a little bit of money every time my songs are played.

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Deezer: Where you can listen to All my albums. This is a great way to support me as I get a little bit of money every time my songs are played.

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Facebook: Like my page to get updates on new tunes, albums, changes to the website, and so on.

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Twitter: Pretty much the same as Facebook when it comes to updates on stuff, though I might ramble a bit more on Twitter than I do on Facebook.

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Bandcamp: Where you can listen to and download my albums, and give a donation if you want.

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Jamendo: Where you can listen to my music, download it, review my albums, license my music for professional use, donate if you want and more.

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Soundcloud: Where you can listen to my music, download it, share and embed it, follow me, and more. logo for Where you can listen to the tunes from "Lesser than Three", "8-bit Empire", "Cor Metallicum" and"Nackskott" . As well as listen to "Ozzed Radio" featuring myself and similar artists.

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Myspace: Where you can listen to and download a few of my songs. And add me as a friend if you want, though Myspace is mostly a walking zombie these days, I keep it around for nostalgic reasons.

My website currently has the following to offer:


Is the page you are looking at right now. This mainly serves as a descriptive table of contents for the rest of the site as well as some general information about why I'm doing this. You'll also find some links to other places on the web where you can find my music. It also serves the 5 latest news posts.


Is where you download my free 8-bit music, both Albums and "Site Exclusive" releases are available, and all content where I am the original composer is licensed under Creative Commons. Everything can be downloaded directly from the site, And for the albums you also have the option to grab torrents, which are also hosted on the site, as we live in a world where governments might bend to the pressure of the entertainment industry at any time.


Is where you find the latest updates from me regarding what's going on with my music and the site in general. This is in no way a "blog" or anything like it, but merely a place where you can get the latest news.

Making 8-bit music

If you want to make your own 8-bit music or chiptune music, you want to check this out. I believe that knowledge should be shared so I wrote down some general guidelines on making 8-bit music, chiptunes, and so forth. The guide mainly focuses on the Nintendo Entertainment System, as that is where I have most of my experience, but there's also information about the Commodore 64, Amiga 500 and the Nintendo Game Boy, as well as a basic guide to the different waveforms typically used when making 8-bit music. If you feel like something should be added to the guide, drop me a message! :)


My music is and always will be completely free, but if you would like to give me something for my work, this is where you want to go.


Here you can find useful software for making your own 8-bit music, as well as links to similar artists and other projects.


Contains information about how to contact me (in other words, this is where you find my E-mail address).

I hope this information has been helpful. Feel free to contact me if I missed anything or if you have suggestions on how to improve the site. Rock on!