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Messages - Saga Musix

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API Support / Re: API Key Request
« on: April 12, 2021, 20:27:50 »
Please check your private messages.

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The Lobby / Re: More pattern scrolling effects
« on: April 08, 2021, 00:08:12 »
Ranked 1st in the tracked music compo at Revision 2021. ;)

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Welcome. The torrent will come whenever it's ready.

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Have you tried contacting the video create on YouTube?

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Sampling / Re: Question about samples copyright
« on: April 02, 2021, 14:30:49 »
It should sound exactly the same, that's how I exported it after all (each pattern to its own file). What kind of difference do you hear?

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Project / Coder's Corner / Re: BRO-Tracker: Popcorn
« on: March 29, 2021, 16:23:04 »
The orignial tune is Neointro by Hannes Seifert (who designed the HSC format). Here's a more accurate rendition. ;) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L916AcM4lhE

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Help me find that... / Re: Who made this tune?
« on: March 26, 2021, 18:39:19 »
It seems to be a broken/incomplete version of the game over music from Astaroth by Mad Max: https://youtu.be/K2iSxlAMejc?t=775
The intro is missing, and the main lead uses a different instrument.
It could be a "remix" (using the term very loosely here) or a bad conversion.

Original file is here: http://files.exotica.org.uk/modland/?file=pub/modules/Hippel/Jochen%20Hippel/astaroth.hip (subsong 3)

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Help me find that... / Re: \ = who's artist name?
« on: March 24, 2021, 19:32:42 »
Also, the fact that those OHC modules are rarely credited is due to OHC submissions typically being anonymous and the names are only revealed after everyone has voted.

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Oh, looks like compos are still happening. Maybe I return one day.
21:00 CEST #modulez on EsperNet, you are very much welcome. :) A few people have made their return lately.
There's also typically a compo happening a few hours laters the same day (in the middle of the night for EU people) in #mod_shrine which is no longer limited to tracker formats only.

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Sampling / Re: Question about samples copyright
« on: March 22, 2021, 20:13:09 »
There should be an additional M1.DLL which may end up in a different folder though. Normally the installer should ask you where to put it, and will probably default to something like C:\Program Files\VST Plugins\ or similar. Just search your hard drive for it.

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Sampling / Re: Question about samples copyright
« on: March 22, 2021, 19:36:44 »
Hey Saga Musix; I just purchased the Korg M1 VST; should make that particular gray area less gray. But I was wondering, since I'm useless with a note-based approach towards music (it's mostly by ear), if you could help me with a description or pictures of the actual presets, notes/keys and octaves you used when you recreated those samples, to help me also create them myself?
In the ZIP file provided in my first reply, check out the MPTM file which I used to create the samples. In the end, this recreation is also just "by ear", dissecting the sample and figuring out which notes are used (it greatly helps being able to identify intervals by ear but I imagine that can take a while to learn if you are not used to it). Only the third sample is a bit complicated and I cannot tell for sure if my appraoch - having the tail of an A#4 overlapping with the D#5) really accurantely represents the original source, but I think it's close enough.
The preset in question is "Piano 16'" which just about every dance act of the 90s used for their piano lines, hence it's easily recognizable once you are familiar with the M1 presets. No further editing to the preset was done.

Also, I understand you are involved (or sole author?) with the OpenMPT project? Is there any chance of getting the new $99 VST working with it? I understand the old, discontinued $49 VST worked with it. As of now I simply record the sounds I want from it through the system sounds with Audacity, which is a bit tedious, but it works. I'm not about to cash out several hundred dollars more for a full DAW, I already have the tools I require (and OpenMPT is a big part of it, so thanks for that!) for making my type of music through other softwares, but as of now none that can hook into the new VST directly.
The Korg Shop isn't explicit about this, does the latest version of the plugin not support VST2 anymore, or what exactly is the issue? Many VST3 plugins can still be loaded into a VST2 host but not all of them, so it's worth giving that a try if the plugin only comes with a .vst3 file and not a .dll file.
VST3 support is currently not planned; it would be a huge undertaking and the VST3 SDK's license (GPL) is not compatible with OpenMPT (so we'd have to go with the "proprietary license", and I'm not sure what that would imply for OpenMPT).
And I'm not the only person working on OpenMPT, but we are a small team indeed. ;)

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