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Messages - leondustar

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>  the big competitor to FT2 back in the day... didn't that have a similar feature?

Possible, but in those days I wasn't aware of it haha :)
In fact, thanks to my plugin-fatique I'm starting to understand how to properly track/mix music...no more excuses :)

> I fell in love back in like 2012 or so with Protrekkr.

Really loved the soundengine & features.
Iirc there's a guy on this forum who generated gigabytes of instruments for it.
I settled with milkytracker for various other reasons, but definately Protrekkr has some unique things going for it.

> ... it just depends what tracker I load up...

Right, some trackers I use for pure sounddesign, some I use for composing (for example, sunvox allows awesome sounddesign, but milkytracker really gets me into composing-mode).
Luckily the .xi .wav .xm fileformats are somewhat of a gold standard across sample-trackers.

> Roland JD-08 with the FT2 clone

Right, the deadsimple "synth and sampler"-combi can be shockingly productive compared to an  average Bitwig/Ableton plugin-jungle.

ps. if you use milkytracker, then 'modular music' might be interesting for you: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modular_music
Milkytracker allows opening multiple modules at the same time without hogging the cpu, therefore it's one of the few 'album'-making environments (instead of a single track-environment like most daw's).

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good to hear!

> I just spent like an hour setting the colors....

I know this rabbithole haha  ;D

> I just installed it for the first time in ages

There seems to be more interest in trackers these days.
I can't really explain it, perhaps it's because the loudness-wars are over (better soundsystems/headphones/audiolevel metering) in combination with audioplugin-fatigue..
At least, that's what's got me back into milkytracker.

ps. dont forget that the current build has a new feature, just press ctrl+shift+v in the sampleeditor (this opens up an awesome way to generate unique instruments using the pattern editor).

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MilkyTracker Tracks & Songs / Leon Du Star - full circle
« on: August 30, 2022, 07:51:40 »
A tale of HOUSE, tracking, city-life & smog & 8bit plucky guitars all packed into one module:

youtube (played in ocp): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKWUoGVO1D8

file: https://modarchive.org/index.php?request=view_by_moduleid&query=192499

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MilkyTracker Support / CTRL-H will soon trigger documentation
« on: August 30, 2022, 07:50:24 »
fyi: in the upcoming release milkytracker will be able to display a help-dialog by pressing ctrl-h.

Nevertheless, online documentation, this thread (and openMPT docs) are still very helpful.

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Make no misstake, milkytracker is still being maintained, like receiving bugfixes (thx SagaMusix) and features are being cooked as we speak.

dev brainstorm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=as9Ii0pt8dE

screenshots: https://gist.github.com/coderofsalvation/7e932c3f777b845f5974386c42632264

info here: https://github.com/milkytracker/MilkyTracker/pulls

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I think you can already do this no?
I mean XM is a standard with many parsers/readers on github, so you could technically start a python or lua script which than translates it to the format's you're talking about.

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