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The Lobby / Re: How sorting downloaded music by genre?
« on: October 26, 2022, 18:52:38 »
I also just use XMPlay. I don't organize my MOD music in any specific way, but I do use XMPlay's tagging system to add genres and other information sometimes.

The Lobby / Re: How sorting downloaded music by genre?
« on: October 23, 2022, 14:09:17 »
No, I'm afraid that's not possible. Once you downloaded the archive, it's pretty much up to you to organize it. The only player only can play random modules at the moment, but extending it with filters (to e.g. play all modules by a specific artist, on in a specific genre) could be an interesting future addition to the site.

Website News Archive / Re: HackerNews hug of death
« on: October 23, 2022, 14:07:34 »
And hopefully these sort of issues will be a thing of the past soon. Stay tuned. ;) (don't hold your breath though, nothing's gonna happen this year)

Help Support Topics Archive / Re: Reupload Modules
« on: October 15, 2022, 11:34:54 »
The files have been merged.

Sampling / Re: Where is this sample from?
« on: October 13, 2022, 19:03:44 »
No expensive equipment or lage disk space is required for this kind of stuff.

The attached sample was made with Synth1 inside OpenMPT. You probably have enough free disk space for both of those.

Part of the attachment is also a preset file containing the Synth1 patch, which can be loaded back into OpenMPT or any other VST host supporting FXP preset files.

Last but not least, I converted the sample to 8-bit mono for comparison. Before conversion I set the sample volume to 25% to emulate the distortion of the original sample, again just to make comparison easier. It doesn't sound quite identical, but this experiment is just to show that with a little bit of tinkering you can already get very close.

The sample actually sounds a bit like an FM synth, so Synth1 might not be the best candidate for emulating it. Given the sample description, one could assume that it might be sampled from an ARP Instruments synthesizer (of which none are FM sythesizers but they are indeed all analog), but without more details where the sample came from, that's just a wild guess of course. If the sample is indeed from an ARP synth, recreating it on the original synthesizer is definitely going to be an expensive ordeal ;)

Sampling / Re: Where is this sample from?
« on: October 07, 2022, 18:39:18 »
Very hard to tell what could be the original source, also since the recording is very noisy. But it shouldn't be that hard to recreate - it sounds like two slightly detuned sine waves fading in and out, nothing more.

Help Support Topics Archive / Re: Reupload Modules
« on: October 05, 2022, 18:49:22 »
You cannot upload a module with the same name (it will be changed automatically) - we will merge the modules and rename the new one to keep the name of the old one, unless you specifically want it to have a new name.

The Lobby / Re: SinSentidoRadio Project
« on: October 05, 2022, 18:48:40 »
Quote from: SinSentidoRadio link=topic=4829.msg17755#msg17755 PD2: I am not sure if the spam is allowed but if I have broken any rule I am very sorry!
No problem with this post but it might be helpful to post a link so that people know what it looks like :)

Help Support Topics Archive / Re: Reupload Modules
« on: September 28, 2022, 20:26:30 »
Let us know which module it is, and upload the fixed version. Then we can merge them.

Help Support Topics Archive / Re: Recover my ancient account?
« on: September 28, 2022, 20:24:45 »
We sent out plain-text mails. Hence they cannot contain "links", it's up to the mail client to interpret how to handle URL display. It's the first time I hear about them not working with Outlook but it also doesn't surprise me.

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