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 on: May 18, 2018, 23:07:23 
Started by FlashyYNT - Last post by nikku4211
What makes you think it is ripped? Did you hear it before in something else?

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 on: May 18, 2018, 07:25:12 
Started by FlashyYNT - Last post by FlashyYNT
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-oKf3tm640
so i found this video which the uploader claims that he own this module but im pretty sure that it's ripped.
if anyone know the original module, then plz let me know!

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 on: May 17, 2018, 22:31:28 
Started by fuzion.mixer01 - Last post by nikku4211
Quote from: fuzion.mixer01
Soundcloud...iirc it has a duration limit, so that's not a viable option, especially since this musicdisk contains 30+ mins of audio. Last I checked, archive.org does host free audio, so we could post it there...



I personally wouldn't worry about it. Just create a new account for the album. It's not like we're going to have that many contributions anyway.

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 on: May 17, 2018, 19:27:12 
Started by MRC777 - Last post by MRC777
you can not play two keys at the same time, instrument playback does not work.
I'm sorry my bad english.

video on youtube
https://youtu.be/fkhSnDGEads

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 on: May 17, 2018, 15:03:33 
Started by anarchosax - Last post by anarchosax
Thanks for the reply. I will investigate immediately.

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 on: May 17, 2018, 14:28:11 
Started by fuzion.mixer01 - Last post by eltopo
Soundcloud...iirc it has a duration limit, so that's not a viable option, especially since this musicdisk contains 30+ mins of audio. Last I checked, archive.org does host free audio, so we could post it there...

I haven't used soundcloud much for the past three years or so but... isn't that limit per clip? You can group songs into a release, I have done so myself with a noise project of mine (unrelated to mod music, pm for link).

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 on: May 16, 2018, 21:59:16 
Started by anarchosax - Last post by izmozero
hi i have not checked (i'm lazy and not on PC right now), and i don't think i ever use shift+cursor, but my guess is that you haven't entered edit mode, which you do by using the spacebar and you exit edit mode by hitting spacebar again
it really doesn't make any sense, i guess
when you are outside of edit mode it lets you play around with the instruments as if you're playing a live instrument



i guess this thread was mistakenly moved because of the topic title, which can sound like you had created 2 new tracker programs

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 on: May 13, 2018, 22:28:32 
Started by bigbug - Last post by Saga Musix
Indeed the torrent tracker seems to be down. I'll notify jantore about it.

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 on: May 13, 2018, 22:27:30 
Started by Saga Musix - Last post by Saga Musix
This topic has been moved to MilkyTracker Community.

https://modarchive.org/forums/index.php?topic=4145.0

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 on: May 13, 2018, 12:21:52 
Started by anarchosax - Last post by anarchosax
Hi,

I am completely new to trackers and to MilkyTracker. A tracker to me, is for creating music, regardless of what kind. I am not into chip tunes or electronica, although some of what I have listened to in the past few days, is quite interesting, and wouldn't mind trying my hand at it, and will definitely add it to the genres of music that I listen to. Any help in the form of links, books, YouTube videos, etc. would be appreciated, particularly in connection with creating sounds / instruments (they all sound more or less the same to me, whether I want bass, guitar or keyboard), and developing pattern strategies (do you start with a rhythm, instrument, jingle / melody???)

I have an eclectic musical taste. I played saxophone from the age of nine to thirteen and have started playing again a couple of years ago, but want to learn more about music (chords, harmonies, rhythms, patterns, etc.) and computer based music seems like a good place to start. In my early teens, I listened to Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Jean-Michel Jarre, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Rick Wakeman, Mike Oldfield, etc. as well as country, country rock, reggae, and much more.

Perhaps why trackers appeal to me so much, is that despite different tuning systems, the logic of creating music with a tracker reminds me a lot of gamelan, which has inspired both classical composers such as Claude Debussy and electronic music.

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