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Hi there! I am Ozzed. I'm going to assume you're here for any or all of these reasons:
1: You want to listen to or download my free 8-bit/chiptune music
2: You want free 8-bit music for your videos, games, or other projects
3: You want to learn how to make 8-bit/chiptune music.
If any or all of the above is correct, you've come to the right place. And if not... Well... You should stay and have a look aroud in case you'll stumble upon something you like.

So who am I and why should you care?

I am a chiptune composer from Sweden. I enjoy making 8-bit music and sharing it with everyone for free. I've been facinated with the genre ever since I was a kid, and ever since since the project started, my goal has been to make my music as available as possible, for both new audiences and people who already know and love the genre.

You should care because the music is licensed under Creative Commons, which means that you are free to use, distribute and modify the music however you see fit, as long as I am credited as the composer, preferably with a link back to this website. And, though not a requirement, I really enjoy when people let me know how they use my music. Tell me, and I will share it on Facebook and Twitter, giving your creation some extra exposure
So, again. Enjoy your stay! And do let me know if you have any questions; I'll be happy to help! :)

Latest addition: The chiptune album "Friendship Adventure".


Well hello there! I'm starting the year off with a new site release. I made an NES-cover of the "game over" music from the Commodore 64-version of Thunder Blade. I've always really liked the music in the game snd I figured I'd make an NES-version of the game over-music. So head over to the Site Releases and give it a listen :)

Hello everyone! After some silence it's finally time for an update. I'm still working on my next album that hopefully will be released early-ish 2019, so stay tuned for that. In the meantime, it's the holiday season again so I made an NES-interpretation of "Deck the halls, which you can find on the Site Releases page. I hope you will like it. Happy holidays everyone! :)

Hi there! There's a few new things to go over. First, The Nintendo Sound file pack for Dunes at Nigh is now available and can be downloaded from the album page. I know it's taken longer than it should have. Sorry about that.

Secondly, the site is finally SSL/HTTPS, so you'll now get a shiny padlock in the adress bar when visiting the site, and the connection between your computer and will be secure and encrypted. Neat, huh? :)

Last (and probably the least significant news item) is that I have added a youtube follow button to each page next to the spotify follow button. I do have a youtube channel, and since I don't have 1000 subscribers yet, I lost monetization when Youtube changed their policy, so if you want to help out. Please subscribe, it means a lot. That's all for today. Take care.

Another new album! It hasn't even been a month since I released "Dunes at Night", and now It's allready time for a new Album. This time, it's "Friendship Adventure", which is my part of the soundtrack to the game with the same name, by Jonny Smeby. The tracks are inspired by the Game Boy Camera Soundtrack you can find the album here. As usual, you can download the album from the site, through a torrent, download individual tunes, as well as find the album on Spotify, Bandcamp, Jamendo, as well as on all the services CD Baby offers. Happy listening!

In other news, Google has decided that channels with less than 1000 subscribers are no longer eligeable for monetization. This affects me, since I don't yet have 1000 subscribers. So... If you'd like to help, please consider subscribing to my channel. You can find my Youtube Channel here. That's all for now. Take care, and check back for more updates soon! :)

New album! I have released a new 8-bit album. It's been over two years since my last one, but now "Dunes at Night" is finally done. It has 14 brand new tracks made in Famitracker. It's a bit more experimental than my other ones and I have tried to go beyond my usual sound. I hope you'll like it, you can find the album here. As usual, you can download the album from the site, through a torrent, download individual tunes, as well as find the album on Spotify, Bandcamp, Jamendo, as well as on all the services CD Baby offers. Happy listening!

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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YouTube: Here you'll find all sorts of stuff by me. Things related to my music but also other varous random things.

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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 listen to and 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, and the different effects you can use to modify the sound. 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 a little 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.


This is where you will find various options to get in touch with me.

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!