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Look what I made! / Dune - Hardcore Vibes (Woolters Dub)
« on: June 06, 2011, 17:13:23 »
Remember that old 1995 ravers hit Hardcore Vibes from German DJ-team Dune?
I made a nice remix of it and I'm curious what you people think of it. Now you can relax to it and blaze yu chalwa  ;D

Tracking / Tracking on your mobile/PDA, revisited
« on: December 07, 2009, 00:57:32 »
I remembered the old topic on tracker music for your cell phone, but it has not been posted in since last january. The reason why I'm reopening this topic, is that I have received (read: bought) a great Nokia E71 with lots of storage capacity and java compatibility, so does anyone perchance know any updates on trackers for your mobile?

Or would the full tracker package work just fine?

Look what I made! / Ambient/Orchestral (Youtube)
« on: November 24, 2009, 00:26:52 »
I made this a couple of years ago and never found it worh uploading, until I discovered some new samples. I applied them on the old song, and here's the result:

I also made a melodic trance track:

Feedback & Suggestions / [closed] Downloads indication
« on: November 25, 2007, 22:04:18 »
The site is fantastic as it is. It looks great and it's easy to browse through. But I got an idea:

There is a map on the site that indicates the location of the TMA visitors. I am very curious from what locations my tracks have been downloaded. Is it possible to have an optional feature (which can be called up if wanted) that shows download locations per song or artist? Or would this be too much to realise?



Tracking / Tracks with Modplug Macros suitable for TMA?
« on: May 15, 2007, 19:14:37 »
I use Modplug Tracker for tracking music, but the macros that I have embedded in some songs won't be recognised by other players/trackers, which is essential for the proper expression of my tracks.
How should I go about this? Blatantly throw them on TMA and mention somewhere that they should be played in Modplug Tracker only? Or don't put them on here at all? :?

Tracking / Remember that compo?
« on: December 27, 2006, 12:53:56 »
Remember the Odd Time Signature Tracking Compo that was due 1 december?

wouldn't it be nice to give it a One Hour Compo approach in defining the winner? We link our entries (which I expect every participant to have uploaded to the Modarchiveby now :) ) in this thread and have others vote  :thumbup: . How's that for starters, eh?

The Lobby / Other Interests
« on: September 11, 2006, 23:15:15 »
I know this is a gathering of mostly musicians, so I was wondering and pondering what other musical time killers keep you from doing your homework properly, besides tracking.

To melt the ice ánd to give you a slight idea of my intentions, I will provide a few links that rob me of my precious time:


What is DCI? Check out this vid:
DCI World Champions 2004: The Cavaliers :thumbup:

And one of the best Snare Drummers. A bit of a show off, but great sense of entertainment and, what's more, great skill:
Individuals&Ensembles: Ivan Pacheco Snare Solo


Reggae ofcourse:
Morgan Heritage - She's Still Loving Me (live)

List of all videos of Morgan Heritage on youtube

Of course this wasn't all, but only a short impression of things that keep me busy. :)

Look what I made! / reviewing the W-Files?
« on: September 09, 2006, 12:07:59 »
Is anyone willing and able to review a few of my songs, the Woolters Files, please? I'm very curious about your opinion. :)

here are the links:

this an ambient song of mine that I've made in a blurry mood.

This is my newest Reggae tune. The first one after my tracking revival. It's short, but looped easily.

I'm pretty proud of the guitar solo in this one. I hope you agree.

One of my best.

It has no title here, because I forgot to name it before I uploaded it. I hope you like it just as much

The name says it all. It's a cocktail. ingredients: Jazz, R&B and Reggae. Quite catchy.

I never felt so eager to start tracking as with this one. I was on holiday and saw a dixieland jazz band at a local fair. It inspired me, but I had to wait another 11 days before I could start tracking it. I think this one'll put a smile upon your face.

I discovered that it is a great joy to track dixieland jazz. So here's the second.

You don't have to review them all, obviously. If you take a pick I'll be happy just as much.

The Lobby / Introduce yourself - Woolters
« on: September 09, 2006, 02:58:57 »
Behold, thou shalt remember the name Woolters and, by doing so, exalt him as the only true institution in this here very world and beyond. Thus the name thou shalt recall, shall be Woolters. And Woolters it shall be, it being Woolters.

- the Holy Ancient Tracking Scrolls, Chapter 1, verse 1

Obviously, it is not my real name, but a title given to none but the most reverend and his kin. My real name is Martin. The fact that the last two sentences rhymed at the end was not a matter of coincidence 8-) ...


I'm from the East of the Netherlands (it's true, the wise came from the East :P ) and pretty proud of my heritage. Or what's left of it.
I started tracking when I was about 12 years old, with an old version of FT2. Since I didn't speak a single word of English at that time, I had to figure out the programme completely by myself. I gathered some samples and that was the base for the long quest for new sounds that lasted for a couple of years...

Then I started looking for newer versions of FT2 and coincidentally came across Modplug Tracker. I used that one to develop my tracking skills even further. By that time my command of English had increased a lot (I turned out to be a language freak) and discovered Traxinspace.

After I uploaded a few of my songs there ( via telephone line back then!) TiS died...

I got hold of a programme called FruityLoops. That was the Great Intermission in my tracking history. Don't think that I forgot about it: I never threw my mods away and still have some of my earliest songs. :)  I listened to them occasionally, but the emphasis was on Fruityloops.

When I had to feature a song in a Drama-project at my study to become a teacher of English, I wanted to do a dixieland jazz song (yes, both the dixie1.xm and dixie2.xm are mine) , but I had little time left, so I started tracking it, since it worked quicker than doing it in Fruityloops.

I rediscovered tracking as a very pleasing hobby. I started looking for mods on the internet and found the Modarchive. This dramatical turn in the history of tracking is described in the Holy Ancient Tracking Scrolls under the title the Woolters Revival.

My musical preferences are mainly Reggae and Ska. I experiment a lot with different styles; there are over 20 trance songs in my personal archive, together with some Ambient, Jazz(bigband and Dixieland), Drum&bass/Jungle, rock, blues, soul and funk. I even tried to do salsa, but that's not as simple as it sounds.

I'm a drummer and I play snare-drum in a marching band and in a partyband. I taught myself to play the guitar.
Due to my study I have become an Ireland fan. I have a Tin Whistle and a lovely Irish accent whenever I try to produce some frantic English sounds.

That's it for now... baa baa!


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