8-bit music is a type of electronic music that is made using sound chips from vintage video game consoles and computers. The genre is known for its distinctive, retro sound, which is often characterized by chirpy, bleeping melodies and simple, repetitive rhythms. 8-bit music is popular in the chiptune scene, where artists use the limitations of the sound chips to create unique and creative compositions. Famous examples of 8-bit music include the soundtracks to classic video games like Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda.

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