The EP album 'Hello World' has been made with help of popular vintage gaming consoles and 8-bit computers of the 80's, such as the Commodore 64, the ZX Spectrum 128, the Atari 800 or the Nintendo Gameboy. All tracks were mixed to get the most authentic sound of these machines together with modern software synthesis. The vintage sound chips used were SID on the C64 (3 channels, white noise, ring-modulation, filters), AY-3-8912 on ZX Spectrum 128 (3 channels, white noise), POKEY on Atari (4 channels, white noise) and LR35902 on Gameboy (4 channels, white noise). The ZX Spectrum sounds were made in SQ-Tracker 1.03, C64 sounds were made in Cynthcart (live play) and TFX 2.8, Atari sounds were made in Raster Music Tracker and Gameboy sounds were made in Nanoloop v1.5. All vintage sounds and loops were recorded from real machines (except Atari). Mixed, arranged and mastered in Garageband.