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Yup, the update solved the problem! Milkytracker runs now, YAY!

MilkyTracker Support / Milytracker can't find libraries in OSX 10.3?
« on: October 24, 2009, 14:19:50 »
Hey guys, I used to be Kitsunexus, but i forgot my password. My G3's old HD crashed, but I was able to get MT working. So back to square 1 I guess.

 I'm running OSX 10.3 on a G3 (install hierarchy was start from fresh HD, use OSX 10.1 disc, then use 10.3 upgrade disc), and I get the error:

dyld: /Users/zack/Desktop/milkytracker-0.90.80/ can't open library: /usr/lib/libstdc++.6.dylib  (No such file or directory, errno = 2)

I've installed Xcode Tools, X11, BSD Subsystem, but skipped everything that didn't look system critical (like alternate languages like Spanish and German).

I've downloaded the G3 compatible version, and I downloaded the extra files that the website said were needed for OSX (milkytracker something something missing.tar.tar).

Still no dice.

I'm doing software update to OSX 10.3.9, and Xcode to 1.1, will this fix the missing libraries, or am I just hosed?

NitroTracker Feature Requests / Re: Korg DS-10 Syncing
« on: October 22, 2009, 18:37:02 »
(well... :-\ :-[)

Haha, it's all good man.  ;D

NitroTracker Feature Requests / Re: Korg DS-10 Syncing
« on: October 21, 2009, 18:47:53 »
But what you don't seem to know is that NT uses wavetable synthesis whereas the DS10 uses realtime additive synthesis.

Actually, DS10 uses realtime subtractive synthesis, and NT could only be very loosely considered "wavetable" and not the proper Waldorf sense either, more like the el-cheapo Sound Blaster AWE32 sense. Most trackers including NT could be better described as samplers with integrated sequencers.

C'mon man, your name is Synthesis, you're supposed to know this stuff!  ;)

NitroTracker Tracks & Songs / Re: NotOminous's's's tracks
« on: October 19, 2009, 20:00:24 »

NitroTracker Tracks & Songs / Re: Mewchu's music!
« on: October 19, 2009, 19:59:21 »
Hey, sorry, it's been a while, I've totally forgot about this place!  :-[ Sorry.

Thank you for the review (and the rep)!  First off, lemme just say that this song was made on a whim in like an hour, it was just something I had to get out of my system (I was on a FSOL kick and wanted to do something similar to Papua New Guinea).

All your points are valid and true. I knew it probably wasn't the best, but I mixed on the DS internal speakers, and some cheap headphones on which all the frequencies sound different, so I had no idea it was THAT bad until I listened to it on my stereo.


Most of the samples were from HornetFTP and you're right, were different keys. I don't know how to tune samples in NT, and I don't have Milky on this PC (it's my parents) but luckily my Mac hard drive should be in tomorrow so I will be able to do better. Same goes for loop points, I need to learn how to use that feature better. 

I definitely should have downsampled the samples so it would be smaller, but it was an oversight in a burst of misguided inspiration. I agree with you about the size, it kind of goes against tracker methodolgy, especially since you could do what I did on an Amiga with far less space.

The main arpeggio (DEE DOO DEEDLY DEE DEE DOO >_< ) was very loud and bad, I admit. But I was kind of proud of the vibraphone/xylophone arpeggio, although I can see flaws in that too (sounds a bit too sequenced, need to get a better feel for how an MPC would humanize it).

The only thing I can really disagree with you on is the fact that I should compose in Nitro and then improve in Milky. That kind of defeats the whole purpose of Nitrotracker, right? I mean I'm not going to make a XM on a Mac, and then load it into an A4000 to make it seem more Amiga-y. ;)

But yes, I agree with you on everything else, and I thank you for taking the time to listen to my track. I have something else I'm experimenting on, and would like to hear what you think about it (it's kinda dumb, but that was the whole theme I was working with, all samples are by me and properly tuned, it is 190KB) it's called Kangaroo Train:

Once again, thank you! <3 <3 NITROTRACKER FOREVER!

NitroTracker Tracks & Songs / Mewchu's music!
« on: August 08, 2009, 16:51:04 »
So here is the first song I have made on Nitrotracker that I decided to release, it's called Universe II:

Sorry that it's so big. (1.2MB) :(  For whatever reason, the note cut DOES NOT WORK? So I had to use some tricks that kinda annoy me when I hear them. Also, I know my string sample is really really bad, but it was the best I could do for now.

Please listen and review! :3

EDIT: Soundclick for those who don't like Mediafire:

NitroTracker Community / Nitrotracker RULES!
« on: August 08, 2009, 16:44:50 »
Hi! I just registered to say that Nitrotracker rules, and it's the best use for Nintendo DS!

I've already made a couple of songs with it, and I only have a few complaints. You guys rule! ^____^

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