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MilkyTracker Community / Re: Help with "Ring Modulation"
« on: June 02, 2016, 23:51:13 »
I thought my post was deleted. That's why I asked it again

MilkyTracker Community / Help with "Ring Modulation"
« on: June 02, 2016, 03:37:35 »
How do I fake Ring Modulation in Milkytracker?

Seriously, how can you do that?

How do I fix that?  Why does the envelope change speed too? Dexed is supposed to be an FM Synthesizer.

Tracking / How do Sunvox and Psycle compare to each other?
« on: May 04, 2016, 12:24:47 »
The title says it all

The Lobby / Re: Is FM Synthesis really that hard to program?
« on: April 22, 2016, 14:18:44 »
Have you heard of Dexed? 

The Lobby / Is FM Synthesis really that hard to program?
« on: April 21, 2016, 02:10:44 »
I am into playing around with hardware synths.  Right now, I only have a Korg DSN-12 (for the 3DS), a Korg M01D (also for the 3DS), and some VSTs.  I originally thought of getting a Korg Minilogue or a Waldorf Blofeld for my first hardware synth, but I found out that FM synths such as the DX 7 and TX81Z are cheaper than these.  However, I heard that many of these FM Synths are hard to program.  The only FM synths I know that are easy to program are the Korg DS-8, Yamaha Reface DX, and the Korg Volca FM.  The problem with these is that the DS-8 is not that unique (maybe limited) and lacks a sequencer, the Reface DX is 4-op with 4 voices and lacks a sequencer, and the Korg Vocla FM has 3-voices (fortunately has 6 op). Any suggestions?

And how to add another instance? Also, you see, I am looking forward to making music on synthesizers.  I am saving up for a synthesizer, and I can't decode if I want a Korg Minilogue or an ESQ-1.  I know they're very different, but they're cheap too.

I am specifically talking about Open MPT.  I am not sure how to use another patch from the same plugin for another instrument.  I am using SQ8L so I can decide if I really want to make music on an Ensoniq ESQ-1.

The Lobby / Re: Things you don't like in modules
« on: April 03, 2016, 18:34:00 »
Have you listened to Quasian's Damask Rose?  It is one of the best modules I ever heard!  The samples are high quality, and none of the melody is repetitive.  The song perfectly fits with a shmup level.

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