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 on: Yesterday at 13:37:04 
Started by henricus - Last post by henricus
Hi there!

I am looking for a modfile, made the nineties (+- 1994?) called joepmix.
I am not 100% sure that is the right name, but I think the name is JOEPMIX.MOD

Back then I downloaded all mod files I could get my hands on using BBS-files (not making my parents happy :P )

Does anyone have this file? Or maybe I am looking for another file?

In the mod file a voice said "Dit is Joep uit Tilburg" (This is Joep from Tilburg).
and then you heard in another voice "Wat een eikel!" (what a d1ck-head!)
Any help is greatly appreciated.

Any other dutch mod-files that are not on this site are also greatly appreciated :)


 on: January 21, 2017, 22:50:08 
Started by Fyre and Eyce - Last post by Fyre and Eyce
Hello folks, Fyre & Eyce here, with our first song of 2017, I hope your new years went well.

This song we decided to fool around with OMPT's WavetableSynthesis drawing feature to make samples/instruments to put together a song and this was the result.

Very short song in total, so we made it a loopable song.

Please give us some feedback if you find something wrong with the song or just something about it we can improve upon.

Thanks.  :)

Youtube Version:

Link to the Module:

 on: January 17, 2017, 07:03:28 
Started by OhDaeSu - Last post by OhDaeSu
Thank you, guys, so much!

 on: January 17, 2017, 05:11:25 
Started by moja - Last post by moja
(Sounds like LHS style but couldn't be the one!)

 on: January 17, 2017, 05:02:28 
Started by moja - Last post by moja
Hello to who's reading,

I need desperate help to recognize this keygen music, all I know is - it belongs to Melboorn/ACME (might be wrong). Melborn, Melboorn, Melboom, however the name is


Many thanks!

 on: January 15, 2017, 14:19:26 
Started by Red - Last post by Saga Musix

 on: January 14, 2017, 23:12:30 
Started by Red - Last post by getkey
So I asked Zalza (he is really nice!) about and is the original, and the typo in the title is intended. ;-)

 on: January 14, 2017, 13:50:18 
Started by OhDaeSu - Last post by Saga Musix
To add to Ceekayed's trick, I sometimes do a similar cheap fake reverb in IT format by cloning the instrument and then fading the volume envelope from 0 to 100% in about 0.5 - 1 second, and fading the pitch envelope from minimum to center in one or two ticks. This way, you can simply duplicate the pattern channel for that instrument and replace the instrument numbers on the second channel, and put the second channel in surround mode.

 on: January 14, 2017, 08:01:12 
Started by OhDaeSu - Last post by Ceekayed
You can emulate reverb with a volume envelope that has a very low volume sustain on note-off, add in slight vibrato and pan envelope to give it a bit of variety.

Taking a look at any of my one hour compo songs in tMA (files titled as ohck-*.it) should demonstrate a lot of the echo/reverb trickery that you can pull off in oldschool trackers. There are tons of ways to give your songs the depth echo/reverb can add, most of it comes down to clever use of the stereo picture and a lot of copy-pasting of channels and instruments.

 on: January 13, 2017, 13:30:47 
Started by OhDaeSu - Last post by Saga Musix
The IT format has a resonant lowpass filter, so that is already possible in IT/Schism (with some trickery you can turn it into a highpass filter too).
Note that the Amiga filter Steffest talks about has no parameters, i.e. it is either on or off, but you cannot configure the cutoff frequency (since that's not what it was meant to be used for).

A delay can be achieved by pasting the same channel data into another channel but with a slight... delay. :) This is easiest in IT format where you can set the channel volume for this echo channel to e.g. 30% and hence do not have to adjust all volume commands manually.

For creating reverbs and other DSP effects, I would recommand loading a reverb plugin into a modern tracker like OpenMPT (or any other DAW) and "bake" the reverb into the sample data. Back in the days, people would have used early software reverbs or the well-established hardware reverb processing units for this.

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