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Messages - looper231

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Players / Re: Question about Volume Slide (Axy)
« on: March 09, 2024, 17:51:44 »
No. what you've presented here is how it really is. "Fine" commands only play their command on first ever tick of the row, for a more smooth ease

Players / Re: Question about Volume Slide (Axy)
« on: March 09, 2024, 04:50:44 »
I also, went ahead and added the Fine Volume Slide (EAx, EBx) and Fine Portamento (E1x, E2x) effects, just because they are the same as the regular effects, but played on tick zero only.

I assume you understand that "Fine" commands do it more slowly and gradually?

Players / Re: Question about Volume Slide (Axy)
« on: March 09, 2024, 02:55:15 »
You should most definitely port "Fxx" effect which is "Set speed (Ticks Per Row)" - an another essential effect command used in a majority of tracks

Players / Re: Question about Volume Slide (Axy)
« on: March 02, 2024, 14:35:46 »
Best of luck, brother. I may not respond from time to time, but I am still looking forward to seeing your work in practice  :angel:

Players / Re: Question about Volume Slide (Axy)
« on: March 02, 2024, 13:31:06 »
Anyway, I hope you do not mind if I ask you a follow up question.  In your experience with other trackers, would you say that the Tremolo effect should work like the Vibrato effect, except on volume instead of period (i.e., the note volume is restore at the end of the effect)?
For consistency, I'd prefer tremolo to reset to sample's volume value once it's done

Players / Re: Question about Volume Slide (Axy)
« on: March 01, 2024, 17:42:31 »
Any insights on this one?  Perhaps MilkyTracker docs are inaccurate ...

Can't give any, since I haven't used Milkytracker at all... You'd have to check in practice

Players / Re: Question about Volume Slide (Axy)
« on: February 29, 2024, 06:26:56 »
The volume slide effects persist even after the commands, meaning that you'd have to initialize the note again to get the volume back.
The envelopes are still in effect by the way, so your note might fade out with the envelope faster than it would do with effect commands. You'll most likely never see volslide used on instruments that have the fade out. the command doesn't fully ignore the envelope however, it it still keeps track of it, so you can have a tremolo with envelopes and fade out with volume slide at the same time.
Note that the command has a 00 value, which just continues the value that was specified in the earlier row.

Players / Re: Question about Volume Slide (Axy)
« on: February 28, 2024, 08:34:19 »
The volume slide effect ignores the envelope and slides the sample volume value when triggered

The Lobby / Re: What is ChipTune?
« on: February 10, 2024, 23:59:35 »
The original meaning of chiptune comes from the warez scene, where people tried their hardest in cracktro sizecoding. Chiptune is the gente of music that intends to emulate the way old soundchips sound. Trackers composed that way tend to be very small in size, hence why in most cracktro/keygens, you will hear 8bit music. Nowadays the term is really broad and doesn't have any definite explanation. Most people treat tracker music and chiptune equally even...

I've been meaning to ask this.

by saying "believe it's full of modules the dev got from here", are you 100% sure the tunes were genuine trackers?

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