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The Lobby / Re: hai u
« on: August 21, 2013, 23:04:54 »
No worries, i r teh gewd liek dat lolz.
But yeah, the main thing is that you have fun. And it can be!
(Until artist's block strikes)

MilkyTracker Community / Re: It's Just not working out for me :(
« on: December 07, 2009, 10:40:48 »
Yeah, I'd go back and take a look at some .mod files that you particularly like (.mod because they're a lot simpler in only having 4 channels); this will also make it easier for you to *hear* what is going on in each channel. Take stuff apart so that you can learn to build your own. :)

The learning curve is a little steep, yes, but try and stick with it. The truth is that the learning curve for milky is probably shallower than other things, for example Impulse tracker (documentation notwithstanding).

Okay, here goes;
In ascent.s3m, every now and then when there is a porta-to note, usually a series of 300 (following a 302 or something like that) it exaggerates the portamento effect (strangely, not on the echo track though). Even more weirdly, when I playback the pattern to double-check, it plays it fine... but then the problem recurs on the next pattern or two. This happens quite a lot in ascent.s3m.

Pattern 1B(21) and 1C(20); start playing from 1B so you can get the lead-in correctly, and something weird goes on. I'm not entirely sure what is going on here, because the channel in error is #3, which is playing sample 11. In my copy, sample 11 is extremely short (a4 bytes) yet the tracker is using command 934 which is an extremely large offset. Some double-checking is in order here, so just take this as an FYI.

The Lobby / Re: The random thread
« on: May 05, 2009, 15:21:28 »
The crested tern...

...turns for no-one!

The Lobby / Re: The random thread
« on: May 05, 2009, 15:02:26 »


The Lobby / Re: Happy Birthday Sahkolihaa!
« on: February 05, 2009, 00:18:10 »
Hello, congrats, and beware the custard pie HEADING TOWARDS YOUR HEAD...

Tracking / Re: How often do you track?
« on: February 05, 2009, 00:15:04 »
Technically, I haven't tracked since about 2003, but I make a point of trying to make music at least once a week; usually a lot more when I'm on a roll.

The Lobby / Re: Another song stolen, this time Dj Dean
« on: March 13, 2008, 09:05:32 »
I don't know how you might do this, but it might not be a bad idea to contact Tempest and his lawyer (in that order) if you want to push this through the courts, as they will be familiar with the process.
This does, of course, also assume that the infringer is from the same country as the lawyer, otherwise you'll probably have to start legal proceedings in the same country of residence as the infringing person. Oh, and have money.
This is, of course, some way off. If you have a friend who is studying law, now is the time to ask them for some advice.

Good luck.

The Lobby / Introduce yourself - De_Gopher
« on: February 23, 2006, 23:44:41 »
Hi, I'm Gopher, and... I'm a mad doctor. Well, almost. I am mad though. So watch out. Yeah. Beware. I'm mad. Quite mad. Yes, madder than mad. I'm mad.

Strepsils are nice.

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