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 on: Yesterday at 08:52:57 
Started by Flashy - Last post by Flashy
https://modarchive.org/module.php?41766 this module by "max", from 1999, sounds pretty identical to this module by daxx: https://modarchive.org/module.php?136633 from 1998. it also shows pretty similar ripping manner to dj-distance aka btme

also my guess on why it has 's-trance' as guessed artist is because the filename and format originally belonged to his module, which is still available on modland: http://modland.com/pub/modules/Fasttracker%202/S-Trance/feelings.xm

thats the only rip from him i could ever find.

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 on: March 31, 2020, 20:35:12 
Started by thirty1 - Last post by thirty1
Found
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ad4cIty7EU
EDIT:
Okay, some more info... This song is called Dance To The Beat and was made by The Borg in February 1996. Hyperballoid got some tracks from the Scene and compiled into game. Game files were encrypted so I need to disassemble the game and dump the module from memory (it was played by the bass.dll) Download it here (I am not uploading it to the MA because I have no rights ;-))
https://www71.zippyshare.com/v/KQ3R8Hb8/file.html

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 on: March 26, 2020, 17:36:52 
Started by thirty1 - Last post by thirty1
Hi
I am looking for a this song (youtube) which was main theme or intro in some 2000s PC game. Probably this is a module/tracker song. I went through few thousands games but can't find this one, bugatron is somehow similar, but I don't remember a lot from it.

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 on: March 25, 2020, 00:27:25 
Started by Retro Banana - Last post by Ayskura
I believe that one of the last major features missing from Milkytracker is the ability to record samples from inside the sample editor. I find it workflow-breaking that I have to open up an external program to record a sample from my radio or one of my synthesizers, save it in that program, and import it into Milkytracker. It should also be possible to choose the desired sample rate and bit depth.

yes this!!! it is really a deal breaker having a Music Tracker who can't sample :( and Milky Tracker seem the only one alongside SunVox that runs on a Raspberry pi, or am I missing something here?

I would so like FT2 Clone would run on Raspberry pi...

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 on: March 15, 2020, 17:58:01 
Started by ASIKWUSpulse - Last post by ASIKWUSpulse
It's definitely usable, thank you :D (now I got interested in doing more paulstretch - I'll maybe share some)

though I still hope to find the answer real answer.
I actually tried to jump around between modules from doj, kalu and necros just to confirm that I'm not lazy asking others to do search for me

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 on: March 14, 2020, 23:11:02 
Started by modlover99 - Last post by modlover99
I found this mp3 file in one of my old flash drives but i cant remember this mod's name

I have an Google drive link to listen to the mp3 file here:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1tZaUevAriNfq9TaL3SimnrORmqKWeCGA

If someone can find the name of this
Thank you.

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 on: March 14, 2020, 21:51:13 
Started by ASIKWUSpulse - Last post by Saga Musix
While it may not answer the original question, PaulStretch is great at "recycling" old bad pad samples. I've taken the sample and stretched it 10x. Maybe this is usable for you, even if it's not the original source.

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 on: March 13, 2020, 23:28:53 
Started by ASIKWUSpulse - Last post by ASIKWUSpulse
I'm looking for the source of the string-sample in sample-slot 1 of this module below
https://modarchive.org/index.php?request=view_by_moduleid&query=187486

Breadfan has credited the sources, but not in as much details of telling which samples comes from what source.

If it's from one of his cds, obviously this module would certainly be its only source - though he has also stated necros and two other artists as source. The reason is to find out if the sample came from another module where it's longer and of somewhat better quality - I love to use it to jam with (haven't used it much in my music, only like 2 or 3 modules so far)


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 on: March 11, 2020, 21:44:42 
Started by Soulox - Last post by Bobreak
Absolutely blasting tune :o :o ! Love the transitions, breaks, stabs , you smashed it mate.
I'm big fan of Amiga tunes, hardcore, jungle, Bizzy B/Equinox and Pete Cannon stuff recently, etc. So I'm very chuffed I keep finding peeps still using OctaMed, Protracker in modern time as 92--93 era is one for my ears, creativity pushed to the max with all hardware limitations back then  :-*
 

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 on: February 25, 2020, 23:18:57 
Started by iwalton3 - Last post by iwalton3
I was able to write a simple genre classifier using the genre information. It has a decent reliability considering the number of genres, but it is far from perfect.

The results are in two files. The mod_genre_results.tsv includes an analysis for all mod files I have, while mod_genre_results_only_modarchive.tsv is specific to modarchive.
The format is TSV, with the following fields: md5, modarchive_id, genre_id, genre_name, confidence

Download: https://iwalton.com/ushare/modarchive_genre_classifier.7z

Here is some accuracy information. It typically identifies genres really well for genres such as trance and chiptunes where there is a heavy correlation between genre and instruments.

Total Songs Tested: 2000
Total Songs Identified: 1763
Identified Songs Correct: 38.45717526942711%
Total Songs Correct: 33.900000000000006%

With broad genre categories instead of subgenres:
Identified Songs Correct: 49.80147475893364%
Total Songs Correct: 43.9%

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