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Help & Support / Re: duplicate modules
« on: January 25, 2024, 17:14:44 » (make_your_move.mod, archived 2006, 3 fav, 1 rating,  1711 dl)
and (makemove.mod, archived 2000, 1 fav, no rating, 2148 dl)
are duplicates.

Help Support Topics Archive / Re: Re: duplicate modules
« on: January 12, 2024, 08:51:58 » (el_gondo.mod, archived 2000, 0 fav, 1017 dl)
and (elgpasa.mod, archived 2005, 2 fav, 872 dl, Music Channel BBS message appended)
are duplicates.

Help me find that... / Re: Could you help to contact these authors?
« on: August 26, 2020, 02:42:02 »
You can contact Nobuyuki at:
or at nobuyuki.nyuu(at)

Sampling / Re: MAZ No.1 Instruments
« on: July 15, 2020, 17:13:23 »
... old Topic, but did this work out? I do have the CD as well, just in case ...

What worked out? The retrieval of the XI files or the upload of the CD?

Either way, they're not resolved as of yet, seeing from this thread.

The Lobby / Surround in .mod?
« on: July 05, 2020, 15:49:49 »
I'm confused as to how this author managed to execute surround pan in this module.

Also, there's a command "?91" (as shown in the attachment) that activates the surround when played back on OpenMPT. This could be the S91 command from .it.

Does this mean that there was actually a way to hack panning controls in .mods? That's pretty cool, ngl.

The Lobby / New Song Reupload
« on: May 30, 2020, 14:01:28 »
Can the screener upload the second file instead of the first (while leaving the filename as the first)? I did some adjustments to the instrument texts and the title. Thanks!

Sampling / Re: MAZ No.1 Instruments
« on: October 12, 2019, 18:22:33 »
I have my CD right here. And incredibly as it sounds, it appears that it is still readable.

Seems like there's hope after all. Anyways, I'm just going to ask you straight up: can you put it up for download? MAZ hasn't been contactable since years ago, and...well I can't even buy it.


Help me find that... / Re: An atmospheric track with a pan flute
« on: September 03, 2019, 18:42:41 »
hmm...could it be Plasma Weapon by Chromex?

or how about The Believer by BAM?

The Lobby / Re: Master List of Trackers - CATEGORISED!
« on: June 21, 2019, 05:14:51 »
The line is of course blurry between the Gens, however it also takes into account:

- Release date (e.g 3rd Gen started circa 1998)
- Development period (e.g OpenMPT being developed since 2006)
- Capability (e.g VST-compatible)
- Commercialisation (e.g Renoise incorporating DAW features and interface)
- Backwards "compatibility" (e.g retaining accurate playback of .IT files)
- Operating Systems (e.g Amiga)
- Goals of the tracker (e.g MilkyTracker staying as 2nd Gen)

FT1 and ST are DOS programs sure, but I don't see anything apart from the OS it ran on that is particularly groundbreaking about them. In my view, the change is much more apparent later when they've matured into FT2 and ST3 respectively.

As it is now, they're already "transitional" trackers, just different versions of the same programs. The description of each gen is there to provide context to the period it was in, not the trackers specifically.

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