and welcome to my profile.
I compose unpretentious, straightforward modules in MOD and IT formats.
Here is a history of my interest in modules.
I heard first module in my life in 2004. At that time I did not know that this type of music is called "tracker" or so, I just liked listening to it. Since then, I became interested in this kind of music.
From 2004 to 2013, I listened to modules occasionally, yet with no idea of how they are properly called.
In 2013, I discovered a website that had (and still has) a thematic collection of tracker modules. It gave me answers to most of my questions about my favourite (from that moment) kind of music and it instantly became my main source of tracker music for the next couple of years. I also started listening to modules on a regular basis that year.
Two years later, in 2015, I finally got to TMA and, without hesitation, started collecting modules for my own collection, which as of 17 October 2020 has over 19000 modules.
Composing own modules since 22 August 2016.
Member of TMA since 27 November 2016.
In 2019, I decided to conduct an experiment, the purpose of which was to find out the answer to only one question: "Is it possible to make 100 modules within 30 days, if each of them should be no shorter than 1 minute and have distinctive features from the rest?" The answer I got to this question is "yes". The result of this experiment is the Dog series – 100 modules composed in MOD format, duration is within 01:01 – 01:59 for each one, and all of them, for simplicity of the experiment, were based on ST-01 sample disk samples. The series was done in 29 days (24 without rest days) – from 4 August 2019 to 1 September 2019, and I consider it as my personal achievement – this is the only reason why I am writing about it here and why I decided to publish it on TMA. All 100 modules from this series are now available for download.
I am not giving a list of my recommendations on my own modules, because I want to provide you a possibility of independent exploration of my modules. However, I appreciate all opinions about my modules, so I suggest you a list of modules that have been favourited by other members of TMA (thanks to all of them). Modules in this list are sorted by the year of composition, from newest to oldest, latter brackets indicate the year when the module was composed:
dog100 (songerson_-_dog100.mod) (2019)
dog39 (songerson_-_dog39.mod) (2019)
dog10 (songerson_-_dog10.mod) (2019)
dog7 (songerson_-_dog7.mod) (2019)
dog1 (songerson_-_dog1.mod) (2019)
Academical madness (songerson_-_academical_madness.it) (2018)
Hit parade (songerson_-_hit_parade.it) (2018)
Independent of all (songerson_-_independent_of_all.it) (2018)
Remembering old days (songerson_-_remembering_old_days.it) (2018)
grey nightmare (sgs-gn.mod) (2018)
Literally (songerson_-_literally.it) (2018)
Harmony (songerson_-_harmony.it) (2018)
Overused chords (songerson_-_overused_chords.it) (2018)
Bright heat (songerson_-_bright_heat.it) (2018)
the big mistake (sgs-tbm.mod) (2018)
worldview (sgs-wv.mod) (2017)
values (sgs-val.mod) (2017)
retro #3 (sgs-rt03.mod) (2017)
retro #2 (sgs-rt02.mod) (2017)
retro #1 (sgs-rt01.mod) (2017)
inspiration #2 (sgs-in02.mod) (2017)
useless thing (sgs-usls.mod) (2017)
Light blue music box (songerson_-_lbmb.it) (2016)
Be sure to leave a comment to any of my modules. If you do this, I will be very grateful, because I want to hear your opinion about them.
If you have any questions or just want to write something other about my modules or my activity on TMA, feel free to leave a message below.
All of my modules presented on TMA (with one exception, see below) are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license.
The Dog series modules (songerson_-_dog*.mod) are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Please follow the terms of the corresponding license if you want to do a derivative work.
Thank you for visiting my profile, and in particular, for reading it. I greatly appreciate your interest.
Last edit: 17 October 2020.
19:55 on 12th July 2020
Saga Musix: Sure, no problem.
Re: In the future, I would appreciate if you could post on the forums if you think a module is broken and needs to be replaced. That would make it much easier to track (hah) the information. Cheers!
23:06 on 9th July 2020
20:30 on 9th July 2020
Saga Musix: Hello, Saga Musix!
Re: Hi there, I just wanted to let you know that I had to remove your comment from 23 - in fact it was not a comment on this exact file, but on a duplicate, broken file. The broken duplicate has since been replaced by the correct file. It's still a difficult file to play correctly (the next OpenMPT update will get it right), for now it should best be played with Deliplayer. But rest assured, the file is not broken and not as terrible as this broken conversion suggested. :)
22:58 on 7th July 2020
Hi there, I just wanted to let you know that I had to remove your comment from 23 - in fact it was not a comment on this exact file, but on a duplicate, broken file. The broken duplicate has since been replaced by the correct file. It's still a difficult file to play correctly (the next OpenMPT update will get it right), for now it should best be played with Deliplayer. But rest assured, the file is not broken and not as terrible as this broken conversion suggested. :)
20:40 on 22nd March 2020
govatsapadam: Thank you for visiting it!
Re: Thanks for your nice TMA profile!
13:07 on 16th March 2020
Thanks for your nice TMA profile!
15:26 on 8th April 2019
19:44 on 7th April 2019
00:41 on 7th April 2019
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.
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