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If you like my music, and would like to hear some more professional sounding stuff, please visit my Soundcloud:
Woolters' Soundcloud! Yay!
I'm from the Netherlands. Yes! That beautiful country in western Europe, which some of our North-American friends can't seem to remember without confusing with Denmark (which in itself may be a nice country, but won't make it in comparison with the Netherlands, for the simple fact that I just don't live there), and of which you probably think its inhabitants are a bunch of clog-wearing, marijuana-smoking, abortion-advocating, cheese-eating, tulip-tending homosexuals who live in windmills.
Sorry to disappoint you... I'm not. Well, apart from the occasional clog-wearing and fond cheese-eating.
I also prefer the term Netherlands over Holland, as the latter is a pars pro toto for the former. Holland is the self-proclaimed centre of the Netherlands, while we all fully well know that title deservedly goes to my beloved Tweante region, which is in the east of the Netherlands, not even close to Holland.
For that same reason you will also find that a number of my tunes do not have an English name. I can tell you: they don't even have a Dutch name! They have a TWEANTS name. As a matter of fact, you should all give your tunes a Tweants name, as that will undoubtedly become the world language soon.
Though I'm not very active in the Modarchive community, I've been tracking since 1996. I have made hundreds of modules, though most of them are unfinished, as I'm happier listening to unfinished tunes which, through their unfinishedness, still possess full world hit potential. That's deep, huh?
In the early days I uploaded some of my tracks to Traxinspace, but that site died, and when I discovered it was revived, I had already found TMA.
I also use Fruity Loops a lot. I think I'm one of the best fruity loops reggae producers out there (without boasting, seriously... there aren't that many, so easy win for me). Check out my stuff on Soundcloud! :)
For some reason, I find most joy in making reggae and ska, And please PLEASE, it's spelled r e g g a e. Not raggae, reggea, raggay, reagga, regay, but REGGAE. I've experimented with nearly every style you can think of. Some of my long-term projects are DnB, and even some Salsa. Among my modules, you may also find some merengue, jazz, samba, bossa nova, and soca :). I've turned finding loopholes in the TMA Genre List into a real sport :).
I sometimes sin by making an occasional trance track :-) Oh and I've discovered Soul/Funk :-D
Musicality and tracking
I'm a drummer and an (average) guitarist. So that makes me more of a musician than a tracker, although I've been using Fasttracker II and MPT since I was 11. I think it shows in my songs. To me, effects are just of secondary importance. I need some of them, but my focus is more on making an enjoyable tune than on endless tinkering with effect commands.
go hear for youself, that's what I uploaded them for :-)
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19:46 on 29th December 2016
Hi ! I'm making a game on Amiga.
14:45 on 16th August 2015
00:40 on 23rd July 2011
woolters: Maybe you should just upgrade to the most recent version, and everything will sound alright. ;P
Re: Indeed! It does sound better in Winamp. Sorry for the low rating. Strange that ModPlug doesn't pick up on this.
13:11 on 12th July 2011
Roz: You're very welcome :).
Re: Cheers for your comment and markings - it was much appreciated.
13:44 on 5th July 2011
Cheers for your comment and markings - it was much appreciated.
12:15 on 22nd June 2011
Gammis of Lemonride: Haha, don't get all sarcastic on me now ;)
Re: whoa...i se that you are a very genorous critic ;)
12:13 on 22nd June 2011
05:16 on 22nd June 2011
whoa...i se that you are a very genorous critic ;)
05:14 on 22nd June 2011
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