24/7 Video Game Music Livestream! Now with over 350 VGM Soundtracks!
Gaming / Posted 1 year ago / 123 views
Game That Tune Radio is live with fantastic video game music streaming around the clock! We’ve got music from NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, Nintendo 64, DS, PC, and more coming all the time! If it’s been featured on our podcast, it’s gonna be on this stream! We only play three songs from each game on our podcast, and we decided that everyone needs more tunes!
We’ll be updating this livestream with new games as they’re played on the show, and we might just take some special requests from anyone who checks out https://www.patreon.com/GameThatTune
Be sure to check out our live recordings of the Game That Tune podcast! We broadcast every Wednesday night at 9 PM EST on our YouTube channel as well as https://www.twitch.tv/GameThatTune and https://www.facebook.com/GameThatTune
Tune in and join in on the fun! Find the podcast in iTunes every Wednesday morning or head to https://www.gamethattune.com!
Visit https://www.patreon.com/GameThatTune to help us keep up this live stream and upgrade our equipment for the live show! We’ve got exclusive mixtapes for our patrons, and lots more stuff planned for the future, so consider helping us out!
Featuring music from over 350 games! Check out http://music.gamethattune.com for the full list and make a request from your favorite game!
Now that you’ve seen the list of games, make a request in the chat by typing “!sr” followed by the song you’d like to hear!
Still have questions? Ask the chatbot! type “!info” to…wait for it…get more info!
Newest additions to the mix (updated 4/19/18)
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
McDonald’s Treasure Land Adventure
Final Fantasy (NES)
Tatsunoko vs Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Mighty Milky Way
Kirby’s Dream Course
Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition
Thanks for listening!
Also, here’s a list of the software involved in making this (we seem to get asked that pretty often):
Basically, MPD feeds audio into mpd-visualizer, which then feeds raw audio+video into ffmpeg, which then delivers to YouTube.