I compose low-budget modules in MOD and IT formats.
I do not have any musical education. When I compose modules, I rely only on my hearing, my knowledge about modules and my own practice in composing them.
Here is a history of my interest in modules.
I have heard first module in my life in 2004. At that time I had not even knew that this music is called "tracker" or so, I just liked listening to it. Since then, I became interested in that kind of music.
From 2004 to about 2013 I had listened occasionally to the modules with no idea of how they are properly called.
In 2013 I discovered a website, which had (and still has) a thematic collection of tracker modules. It gave me answers to the most of my questions about my favourite (from that moment) kind of music and it instantly became a small island of tracker music for me for the next couple of years. I also started listening to modules on a regular basis that year.
And in 2015 I finally got to TMA and, without hesitation, started collecting modules for my own collection, which currently (as of 13 February 2020) has over 14500 modules.
Composing own modules since 22 August 2016.
Member of TMA since 27 November 2016.
And here you can find modules that have been favourited at least once (from newest to oldest):
Academical madness (songerson_-_academical_madness.it)
Hit parade (songerson_-_hit_parade.it)
Independent of all (songerson_-_independent_of_all.it)
Remembering old days (songerson_-_remembering_old_days.it)
grey nightmare (sgs-gn.mod)
Overused chords (songerson_-_overused_chords.it)
Bright heat (songerson_-_bright_heat.it)
the big mistake (sgs-tbm.mod)
retro #3 (sgs-rt03.mod)
retro #2 (sgs-rt02.mod)
retro #1 (sgs-rt01.mod)
inspiration #2 (sgs-in02.mod)
useless thing (sgs-usls.mod)
Light blue music box (songerson_-_lbmb.it)
Be sure to leave a comment to any of my modules. If you do so, I will appreciate that, because I want to hear your opinion about them.
If you have any questions or just want to write something other about my modules, feel free to leave a message in my profile.
All of my modules presented on TMA are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license. Please follow the terms of this license if you want to do a derivative work.
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Last edit: 13 February 2020.
15:26 on 8th April 2019
19:44 on 7th April 2019
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21:57 on 30th May 2018
Yomaru Kasuga: Nice video, good music and words. Thanks for the link, but unfortunately, I don't a YouTube account now. If I will register some day, I will surely Like your video.
15:46 on 13th February 2018
Yomaru Kasuga: Thank you. I will always be glad to see new messages, such as yours. I will do my best to compose modules that you (members and visitors of TMA) will probably like.
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