KatieCadetAKASailorMoonFan was spotlit on:
My Tracking History:
2000: Back in 2000, (I was a young child back then where I had an old power-draining Windows 98SE computer.) I discovered some music modules from Jazz Jackrabbit 2. But it cannot be opened in any module player because they are J2B files to me back then.
2008: Around 2008, (I started getting to be an older child since I’ve upgraded to a new Windows XP SP2 Computer which is still power-draining at the time.) I found Music Studio 2000 by WinGear from Computer Supplyhouse (Formerly known as Refurb Computers). It came with ModPlug Tracker 1.06 and I decided that I wanted to track my own music until February 2009.
Early 2010: I moved to ModPlug Tracker 1.16 to support stereo samples, the latter was used in Schism Tracker, OpenMPT 1.17 and ChibiTracker at the time used the ModPlug code for stereo samples as of today.
Late 2010: A few months later, I started using OpenMPT. The version that I used in Late 2010 is 1.18.03, which kinda actually is the start of the compatibility exporting using Impulse Tracker 2.14 modules with stereo samples at the time of writing. Kudos to Saga Musix for this amazing tracker! I also got a laptop running Windows 7 64-BIT and loaded OpenMPT 1.19 on it in Early 2011.
Mid-2011: Still lightyears ahead, (now in my teen years!) I still used OpenMPT 1.19 with a few test builds on the side. This was actually the start of making better music with better samples by Me!
2012: I’ve joined the ModArchive in May 2012, and still, I’ve downloaded OpenMPT 1.20, which is a slightly fixed version of OpenMPT 1.19, but with plenty new features on the side as well! I also got a Mac mini in which I can run Schism Tracker and MilkyTracker too! I was using Mac OS X Mountain Lion at the time before I’ve upgraded to the latest version. This is the final goodbye of my old power-draining Windows XP SP2 desktop computer before I moved to a Mac.
2013: But times have changed, still in my teen years, I was using OpenMPT 1.22, which had a peak meter that I have not seen before to analyze the stereo sound coming out from 2-channels. And still keeping pace of better music! I’ve upgraded my Mac mini to Mac OS X Mavericks for improved performance of module playback.
2014: Now, there are remixes of my tunes from Meztli72 (Formerly known as TRIGGER), and I proved to be a great tracker that had a few remixes blown into them. I’m still using OpenMPT 1.23 this year and I still had my Mac mini always up and running since Late 2012. I started using ChibiTracker on my Windows 7 laptop now. I helped Saga Musix and manx fix the glitches for the new OpenMPT 1.23.04 which is coming out on June 2014. And that’s my tracking story for now!
UPDATE APRIL 26TH 2014: I got more of my modules back from my external hard drive! And I made some newer modules I created on my new Mac using MilkyTracker and Schism Tracker after it passes the screening process! Expect more soon! :D
UPDATE JUNE 1ST 2014: I’ve started using ChibiTracker on my Windows 7 Laptop now along with OpenMPT 1.23.03! Watch out for more mods coming your way! :D
UPDATE JULY 6TH 2014: New songs for July! Check them out! :D
Enjoy the music!
-Katie Cadet AKA SailorMoonFan, Canada.
P.S. I mostly do Electronica, mostly use OpenMPT, and mostly track in compressed IT214 format. Get it? :D
03:13 on 4th August 2014
Hi SailorMoonFan, thank you very much for your kind comments about my last remix ^^ It was made with the aim to revive lost dance tracks from a popular radio station from the 90s ^^
03:08 on 12th July 2014
Hello Everyone! Sorry for the delay! I've ripped some voice samples from the Starflyers Royal Jewel Rescue game, and you can find it here! Feel free to use them in your next tune!
06:37 on 9th July 2014
22:18 on 8th July 2014
01:01 on 26th June 2014
Thank you so much for the favorites!! ^^
03:16 on 14th June 2014
23:22 on 13th June 2014
Hey Everyone! I've changed my Handle to KatieCadetAKASailorMoonFan, because I have a video game and a VHS tape of Sailor Moon and I've based off of that idea for my new username! Get it?
01:27 on 13th June 2014
Saga Musix: Thanks for the tip Saga Musix!
Re: You know, maybe it would make sense to spend a bit more time than 10-30 minutes on your tunes. That would probably help making them a lot more enjoyable. Never prefer quantity over quality!
23:11 on 12th June 2014
You know, maybe it would make sense to spend a bit more time than 10-30 minutes on your tunes. That would probably help making them a lot more enjoyable. Never prefer quantity over quality!
05:18 on 8th June 2014
Thank you very much for the credits ^^
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