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Help Support Topics Archive / Re: KEYGEN-FM link returned a 404
« on: January 26, 2021, 18:45:18 »
Link has been updated.

What you've just described is currently what I'm trying to do, and yet it's like missing something to understand what is going on or how to pull it off myself.
Out of curiosity, how long have you been trying? :) This will naturally take time, for anyone really. It can take months, if not years to refine those skills. It can take a while until it "clicks". This kinda leads to your next question of course - try to find the best modules, often you can learn a lot from them.

As a follow up question, are there any list of tracks that one as aspiring tracker should know about and having listened to?
There is definitely no objective answer to this, but you can check out the charts on the main page for the most favourited and most downloaded modules. There's definitely some good stuff among those (but mostly older tracks). There are also some older forum threads about this which you may be able to find, but those will also not feature any recent modules.

You're welcome :)

There's a seminar by h0ffman describing some ProTracker tricks, maybe it's worth watching for you although some of the techniques are maybe a bit more advanced:

Generally it's a good idea to look at modules that you like and see how things are done there. You can learn a lot from other artists thanks to the "open-source" nature of modules.

Also, as a sidequestion I'm curious if there any open active tracker communites, to find other people who're interested in tracking and making chiptunes, well besides here that is?
There's also the OpenMPT forums but they are more focussed on OpenMPT itself. ModArchive also has an IRC channel but it's less focussed on making tracked music.

That's Sea of Love by Moby.

Help me find that... / Re: Name that tune (x15) (mid 2000s?)
« on: January 24, 2021, 13:43:44 »
2-2 is Nova by Purple Motion
2-8 is Y'ra at dawn by !Cube

Most if not all of those are modules from the early 90s, not 2000s.

Indeed, that sounds much more uniform and high-quality. If we assume it's ripped, it could be some lesser-known videogame music. Very unlikely to be pure sample-based modules indeed.
It's interesting that this stuff only seems to be spread to YouTube and Spotify, and not other download stores.

The Lobby / Re: MOD radio stations
« on: January 24, 2021, 13:25:48 »
Unless there is a specific license attached to a module (e.g. CC-BY-NC-SA), you technically have to ask authors if it's okay to do this, even if the module doesn't specifically say so. This is the only legally safe way. In practice though, most artists will probably not mind as long as you're not making a profit from the project, but it would be legally grey area (and you can bet that most radios streaming modules fall into this category as well).

Other radio stations with modules:
SceneSat focusses more on the modern site of scene music, but also has some good modules.
CVGM focusses more on video game music, including tracked music.

PC Players / Re: Best XMPlayer-like player for Linux?
« on: January 24, 2021, 13:17:07 »
Quote from: kepalu link=topic=4581.msg16974#msg16974
How did you find out about the existence of it, if I may ask?
I'm in close contact with the developer and providing ideas / testing.

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