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MilkyTracker Community / New to MilkyTracker and music creation
« on: December 02, 2008, 15:34:44 »
Hi there. I'm 16, and I've been wanting to create my own music for a very long time, but I just haven't put any effort in getting started, but now, I thought I could ask some more experienced people about the matter. The program seems complicated, but I think I will have an advantage over your average 16 year old because I have been doing a little bit of programming in lots of different languages, namely C++, Visual Basic, html, pascal, BlitzBasic and AVS, but never done anything serious in any of the languages. Well... Except perhaps AVS, but that isn't a language for programming games, but instead it is used to create visualizations in Winamp (it's built-in and comes with the standard download).

I HAVE been working with Rave eJay and Dance eJay for a couple of years, and made around 10 songs that I can actually call music (the rest are just awful crapload from when I was as young as 11-or-12-or-so), but if you know the programs, you know they only use premade samples, and what i want to do is my own music FOR REAL. BTW, I've uploaded two of my songs at youtube, called Asphyxia and Techno Mission. If you want, you can check them out:

The kind of music i want to create is something in the direction of BigBeat/Aggrotech (see Prodigy for BigBeat, and Combichrist for Aggrotech), but all music I've found on the Milkytracker forum is blip-blop/bitpop. I think that of all the songs on the download page (, Strobe's are the ones i like the best, especially the last part of Delusional, to give you a better view of what i like. That's something I'd like to create myself.

I'm thankful for any helpful responses. What programs to use, etc, because I'm not sure at all if this is the right program for me, and I would prefer if the responses were as objective as possible.

// Egren

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