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  • i Modules in Archive: 311
  • i Overall Member Rating: 8.1 (from 54 comments).
  • i Overall Reviewer Rating: 0 (from 0 reviews).
  • i Total Downloads: 83184
  • i Stats Updated: 2019-07-19 05:12:08
  • information icon Modarchive ID: 82730

Beyond was spotlit on:

  • 16th December 2018
  • 27th August 2012
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Some of my mods are too short to be archived, however, I think they're still quite good, so here they are.

I also have my own archive of music, which you can find here

collabs, job requests: calle . edlund21 @ gmail . com

Beyond's messages

Last 10 messages:
From: Psirius
13:26 on 3rd January 2019
Psirius

He! Beyond. Well, I appreciate your comment and score. About the genre, it seems to me very well that what you put in that genre, so I'm very fish with the musical genres. I don't know if there would be a way that all the musicians tracker we create with the same eq... but it does not depend on me, although it would be better for all. Anyway, this song also went through the turmix of Renoise, and I did a video uploaded to youtube. if you want to listen to it again, with better quality and some touch-up is different, here you can hear and see... Thanks. A greeting! https://youtu.be/ko5z9dohxzm


From: Psirius
18:14 on 12th August 2018
Psirius

Hey Beyond! I don't have the solution, or medication to make happy anyone, but if I get it, the better. It is much more difficult to create music. Greetings.


From: Beyond To: Yomaru Kasuga
12:46 on 8th July 2018
Beyond

Yomaru Kasuga: Hey you
Sorry for late reply. That's not quite my style of music :( sorry, but it sounds nice! Just practice singing a little more, please! Btw, I always rip my samples from other people's tunes :/

Re:


From: Psirius
08:19 on 15th June 2018
Psirius

Thank you for your comments and ratings. For the moment I don't listen to or appreciate many tracks from other people, but the time will come when you will stand up a bit with my work, and I'm going how to you to listen and make judgments. Thank you again!!!


From: Ceekayed
09:45 on 20th November 2015
Ceekayed

I figured I should log in and thank you for all the recent favourites and comments. It's nice to see people still use tMA. :)


From: Beyond To: Roz
14:03 on 24th October 2015
Beyond

Roz: :)

Re: Hi Beyond I see you have been very active on the scene recently! Many thanks for your comments and ratings - they are as always greatly appreciated. Geez one of those songs was 15 years ago!!!! - where has the time gone???? I'm currently working away on contract and don't have much Mod time at the moment but when I get back I'll give a good listen to your new songs and post some comments. Take care and good composing! Roz


From: Roz
13:55 on 24th October 2015
Roz

Hi Beyond
I see you have been very active on the scene recently!
Many thanks for your comments and ratings - they are as always greatly appreciated.
Geez one of those songs was 15 years ago!!!! - where has the time gone????
I'm currently working away on contract and don't have much Mod time at the moment but when I get back I'll give a good listen to your new songs and post some comments.
Take care and good composing!
Roz


From: K. Jose To: Beyond
13:24 on 30th August 2015
K. Jose

Beyond: Suitable point means the point where a certain line (melody, background, or percussion) is good to start at.

Re: If I use bidi, I'm usually pretty sure on it. However, I prefer to zoom in to the very points of looping and make sure they've got the same tilt and amplitude as well as wave position :) btw, what do you mean with suitable point?


From: Beyond To: K. Jose
07:50 on 13th July 2015
Beyond

K. Jose: If I use bidi, I'm usually pretty sure on it. However, I prefer to zoom in to the very points of looping and make sure they've got the same tilt and amplitude as well as wave position :)

btw, what do you mean with suitable point?

Re: Thank you again for your positive rating on Peace in Request. I'm more than happy that you liked it. Anyway, I know some tips on sample loops: *Bidi loops are more prone to tick. Always select On on Loop, unless *you are sure on bidirectional looping *you are using a chip sample, or *you are using a white noise sample. *Use OpenMPT's Crossfade feature to fix ticking sample loops.


From: K. Jose
05:03 on 24th May 2015
K. Jose

Thank you again for your positive rating on Peace in Request. I'm more than happy that you liked it. Anyway, I know some tips on sample loops:

*Bidi loops are more prone to tick. Always select On on Loop, unless
*you are sure on bidirectional looping
*you are using a chip sample, or
*you are using a white noise sample.
*Use OpenMPT's Crossfade feature to fix ticking sample loops.


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