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The Lobby / Re: Hello, I guess.
« on: August 30, 2009, 06:35:05 »
Yeah...well, I won't repeat what I already said on the wall, but it just goes to show you you're never completely exempt from the trickery of the spam box. :P

The Lobby / Re: Hello, I guess.
« on: August 28, 2009, 23:19:22 »
Well, "in progress" is kind of a tricky term for me. I always have a handful of modules "in progress," but as it tends to go, I start way more mods than I ever finish...I've got a ton of mostly unfinished things lying around, waiting for my inspiration to kick in. :)

Also, I would have replied sooner, but right after my first post I started having trouble logging in, apparently because I tried to update my email address. I wasn't able to log in until I re-sent an activation to my OLD email address...

EDIT: Nevermind, I fixed it. :D

The Lobby / Hello, I guess.
« on: August 27, 2009, 06:07:44 »
Hi there. I registered here a long time ago to ask for help with MilkyTracker, but I guess I never introduced myself. I got an email saying something to the effect of "you've never posted anything, so why don't you say hello?" Which is odd, because I could have sworn I has posted a question about MilkyTracker at some point.

Anyway, I'm TMG. No, I didn't pick that name just for the Mod Archive; I've been using it for years. I picked it because it was simple and expressed one of my favorite hobbies. Looking back I think I would rather have picked something more like "SomeModGuy" because that's more accurate and sounds less conceded. ;-D Oh well.

Anyway, I recently uploaded all the mods I ever wrote on to The Mod Archive since they weren't really getting noticed on my own website, AFAIK. Recently I've been doing a lot of stuff with NES-style chiptunes because that was the kind of "music" I heard most often during my early childhood and I seem to have more of a knack for it than other kinds of tracking.

Well, that's about it. Hi, everyone!

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