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 on: Yesterday at 12:14:11 
Started by swm3rd - Last post by Saga Musix
Thanks for the late reply! :)
FYI, I only let the STM version in, not the S3M conversion - we generally prefer to have the original file, not conversions into other formats, even if they are "lossless". There are tons of applications that can play both STM and S3M modules (STM is not the only format "classic" Winamp mishandles completely, so it's no loss and  there are better module player plugins available for Winamp anyway).

Edit: Regarding your blog post, as far as I am aware ST2 is completely mono (no SBPro support), however various players and trackers including OpenMPT historically import STM modules with alternating left/right channel panning.

 on: Yesterday at 01:19:30 
Started by swm3rd - Last post by trcwm
If anybody is still interested, I extracted the tracker module from the exe. It should turn up in the archive as 'emfintro' soon. The original is a ScreamTracker 2 module.  :P

 on: March 18, 2017, 10:03:23 
Started by ModTomIT - Last post by ModTomIT
I've started buying up Yellow Magic Orchestra LPs, and it just struck me that this pioneering Japanese experimental synthpop band is the right band at the right time to look back on and be influenced by. Just dropping this name, check 'em out if you haven't heard them. They were synthpop influences (along with Kraftwerk) on Chicago house. But they could influence more modern music too, if musicians would listen to them. Which is something I'd like to happen, so I made this post.

 on: March 17, 2017, 12:04:57 
Started by lugarius - Last post by Saga Musix
Thanks for your (or your internet connection's ;D) effort! :)

 on: March 17, 2017, 10:29:33 
Started by lugarius - Last post by lugarius
Hello, Lugarius here.

I try to seed the torrents as much as possible now to speed up downloading.

 on: March 15, 2017, 21:29:06 
Started by peejunk - Last post by peejunk
Wasn't the stuff I was looking for (and neither was the author) but fun modules nevertheless so thanks.

 on: March 13, 2017, 20:50:22 
Started by peejunk - Last post by Saga Musix
Modules that vaguely fit the description (late-90s goa modules with 909 and sampled acid lines):
TR-909 vs. TB-303 (mentions Rebirth)
Eternal Jinx
Synthetic Bitch

Maybe stuff by Dreamwave will also qualify.

 on: March 13, 2017, 14:15:42 
Started by peejunk - Last post by peejunk
Unfortunately I remember only a few details from the texts and as I studied how the song was made I also remember a lot of technical details from it:

  • The genre was pychedelic/goa trance with acid elements;
  • It was XM module, of that I'm pretty sure;
  • Late 90s, if I had to be hard-pressed I'd say '98 or even '99;
  • The author was nordic, I believe Swedish but not 100% sure;
  • The drum sounds were distinctly TR-909;
  • The bassline was several sampled Rebirth 338 loops (the author hints at rebirth in the texts)with different cutoff/reso levels which are then arranged to create impression that the filter is being continuously tweaked;
  • Other synth lines (leads etc.) are using the sample offset effect to emulate filter tweaks -- the author sampled a longish filter sweeping down and then moves offset toward the beggining to emulate opening the filter, interchangeably with volume-downs on odd 32nd notes that emulate trance gate -- quite clever actually;
  • Mode is either Phrygian or Locrian, and most of the bassline revolves around vii, i, ii and iii notes

If anyone remembers any XM, IT or S3M (yeah, not sure about that either) like this please post any links you can think of (I'm sure to find some interesting tracks there he he).

 on: March 13, 2017, 11:56:49 
Started by jgoldcaptain - Last post by Deltafire
Could you post a screen-shot of what happens with v1.0?

 on: March 13, 2017, 00:04:36 
Started by jgoldcaptain - Last post by jgoldcaptain
Downloaded 90.86 version and it works.

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