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 on: Yesterday at 10:30:00 
Started by ASIKWUSpulse - Last post by ASIKWUSpulse
Thanks  ;D

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 on: Yesterday at 00:32:47 
Started by fuzion.mixer01 - Last post by fuzion.mixer01
Hello all! I've just started a Discord centered mainly around Milkytracker users. Basically what's the purpose of it is so that we can integrate and interact with new (and maybe old) users much more easily. Heck, even devs can join in on this!

From what I've noticed, forums posts generally take days to get a reply from anyone. Not only that, there are many old users on here and few new (and young) ones. We plan on appealing to both by adopting the much user-friendly (and hip) appeal of Discord towards the young and the bond and knowledge of the old. That's a good strategy, no?

Devs benefit from this too as it works like an instant messaging app. That means that feedback can be given more directly with just an action: open Discord. If you don't have anything to update us on, you can treat it as a group chat talking about life besides Milkytracker. Very versatile!

Thus, we believe that the Discord will help us in bringing closer experienced users to newcomers.

Don't worry if you're not a Milkytracker user. You can join us too! We would love to have you on board this journey!

Here's the invite: https://discord.gg/JaRCGsF

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 on: May 20, 2019, 19:27:55 
Started by fuzion.mixer01 - Last post by Saga Musix
Well, only one way to find out if the email address still works... if it doesn't I can probably ask some people who I know where in contact with Maz if they have any more recent contact data available.

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 on: May 20, 2019, 12:24:04 
Started by fuzion.mixer01 - Last post by fuzion.mixer01
I want to buy their CDs but they've shut down their website, and now the only remnants left of it is an email to the company (which I'm sure is already deprecated) and the CD demos.

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 on: May 17, 2019, 12:22:13 
Started by yoplaid - Last post by yoplaid
Thanks for the hint, I'll take a look to OpenMPT, although the interface is not too inspiring  ;D. About renoise, for the time beeing, i'll like to stick to open source stuff until I feel enougth confortable with tracking before investing money on comertial and very complete software. Learn the basics I supose.

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 on: May 16, 2019, 21:29:40 
Started by Psirius - Last post by Psirius
I thank you! Then, if I understood well, better in .mptm. I will always pass that of the 32 channels, so they have somewhat more output to the listener. I tried in applications xm. mobile and most function poorly. I don't know if I was doing something wrong. Well for the tips. Thank you again!!!! ;)

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 on: May 16, 2019, 19:56:42 
Started by Psirius - Last post by Saga Musix
Note that neither IT nor XM officially support 80 channels, although you can probably reduce the number of channels by using NNAs in the IT format. IT is limited to 64 channels. MilkyTracker recently increased the number of supported channels in XM as well, so there is at least one other XM tracker that would be able to handle the file but strictly speaking it's not a very compatible XM file.
If you really need that many channels, I recommend using the MPTM format - while it is OpenMPT-specific, it can still be played with the online player and any other player that uses libopenmpt. There are libopenmpt-based plugins for Foobar2k, XMPlay and Winamp, plus many other players.

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 on: May 16, 2019, 17:04:01 
Started by Psirius - Last post by Axxy
I wouldn't say compatible with another tracker, more a re-player for listening purposes tbh. 

I don't tend to listen to modules outside of whatever player I'm using, be it ModPlug Player or XMPlay.  As support seems to have stopped for XMPlay, I tend to listen to OpenMPT modules in the tracker itself, as I don't think either player plays 32+ channel xm's that well.

Unless someone comes out with a new module player I'd listen to it in OpenMPT, but .it would be nice just for the backward compatibility and being able to add it to the playlist in a player.

But seeing as you write great modules, I'd listen to them in whatever format makes playback easiest, except mp3 or ogg (oldskool listener)..   ;)

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 on: May 16, 2019, 11:31:28 
Started by Psirius - Last post by Psirius
Hello, people! I have a doubt: I have one .xm in process at the moment (there will be more surely), has more than 80 channels. In OpenMPT goes well, as you know, but I do not know the exact compatibility with other tracker. What would be good or acceptable, once finished, to transform it to .it? I say that, because insurance has more options for listening and I have tested their support and it works well. I could serve for future works with so many channels. I don't know. If not, nothing happens. I leave it as is. Thank you! 8)

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 on: May 15, 2019, 19:36:19 
Started by theras2000 - Last post by Saga Musix
Thanks, that helps a lot.

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