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Feedback & Suggestions / Re: Downloads indication
« on: November 27, 2007, 00:54:22 »
Ok, I'm not very much into all the technical aspects of internet and building web sites(I'm happy it works :P), so I didn't know it was a payed service (I'm also just too lazy to look it up). I did figure it would be a bit too much for each individual track on the Archive, but I thought that it might be an optional feature on Artists' profiles. But it's too expensive so, I think this topic is fit for deletion. Sorry to bother you, 'twas worth a try.



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?



Look what I made! / Re: reviewing the W-Files?
« on: July 25, 2007, 11:24:22 »

 Yes, m0d, I've downloaded a number of files lately, but I'm still thinking of something constructive to say about them. I think I'll be the reggae-commenter here ;) :P

The Lobby / Re: Other Interests
« on: July 17, 2007, 00:50:13 »
1st of all, I'm not an American. Never was, never will and never want to be. I'm very proud to be Dutch!

And then about the DCI vid... it's not about recognisable shapes, because that would bind every corps to a limited number of forms. It's about being on time at the right spot (putting down an image at the exact moment in the music) and deadly precision in performing musically and geographically at the same time. That requires more practice than you probably had imagined. The level of excellence of these corps is stunning. They run auditions every year to select only the best performers. You hear that audience? They're going wild because they can't believe their eyes and ears. But hey, there's no accounting for taste, is there now?  :P
Do you have any idea how difficult it is to keep a single line straight with a corps? Do you have any idea how difficult it is to make any shape you saw in that vid? Do you have ANY idea how difficult their music arrangements are? I'm not angry with you, because many people don't understand the difficulty of it, but it's just that you should have looked up some more info on it first. ;)

Look what I made! / reviewing the W-Files?
« on: July 01, 2007, 02:41:19 »
Quote from: "mrvegas"

Your stuff brought a smile to my face.  I'll try to post a comment or two when I've had a chance to listen to the rest.

so have you had a chance to listen to the rest yet?
and would you mind to also download my >>Woolters - Boulevard Sauntering.xm<< and comment on it? It's the latest of my tunes and I'm quite satisfied with it, but I'd like to see some additional comments :)

By the way, I'm working on a Austrian folksong ( :D ). Are there any people interested in this type of music to be added to the TMA (it would certainly add to the diversity of the Archive) or should I abort it and never think, let alone speak, of such vulgar things again? :D

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? :?

Look what I made! / reviewing the W-Files?
« on: May 08, 2007, 18:56:15 »
exactly.... My choice was well-considered. I found these files acceptable enough to be added. I also improved one of them by changing some old samples to newer, better ones.

Look what I made! / reviewing the W-Files?
« on: May 06, 2007, 23:07:15 »
well now...
now that you've heard the bass (I suppose), does it make you wag your head? :)  And what do you think of the brass, the organ solo and the fact that it is a little more up-tempo?

When I said I thought I should have added a little more, I was wrong... it's complete like this, plus now it fits the title: It's a Likkle Ditty Ting :D

and did you notice I've uploaded 2 more songs lately?
Reggae8.xm and ReggaeE.xm

They're both very old ones of mine and at first I was a little anxious to upload them, but then I thought that I also should upload some oldies to show the progress I've been through over the years.

and yes m0d, I do have a Reggae-addiction :) and although I mainly upload reggae-files, I still consider myself a multistyle tracker. Maybe I should upload some other styles too, every now and then...

Look what I made! / reviewing the W-Files?
« on: April 08, 2007, 18:51:20 »
:?:   :shock:  no bass? The bass is in the first track! At first in 2 even, but I had to delete at track to surpress it a bit! are you sure you didn't accidentally turn it off? The bass is the most important instrument in Reggae. I would never forget a bass.

Look what I made! / reviewing the W-Files?
« on: April 08, 2007, 17:51:10 »
yup, it's been a while, but I got to upload a new Reggae-tune once again :D

just a short one, made with pleasure, but I feel it lacks something...

any ideas?

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