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 on: June 07, 2022, 04:35:21 
Started by data - Last post by data

 on: June 06, 2022, 19:26:17 
Started by PKSuperStar256 - Last post by Saga Musix
You should choose "Yes" because it's your remix and it will be added to your profile.

 on: June 06, 2022, 12:20:37 
Started by beeache - Last post by Axxy
It is not present on AMP or Modland either. Can't say I have it or even heard of it before. Probably lost in the mists of time. Sorry, can't help  :(

 on: June 06, 2022, 05:45:06 
Started by OhDaeSu - Last post by a_tiny_pony
That's some really interesting links. But, with the hi/low pass filter technique, if you're already having to open stuff up in external wave editing programs though, what's the advantage of layering a second sample that's been inverted and high-passed via wave editor to create a low pass filter, instead of just using a sample with the low pass 'baked' in? Does it allow some modulation this way?

I love the desk fan - 'analogue signal processing'! I have some walkmans and a crappy old mobile phone I keep around to record things onto and resample - especially something like a basic synth line, gives them a lot of texture!

I often start in a tracker bc the technical limitations kind of unlock my brain from choice paralysis, and then once I've got some cool patterns or a basic track, i'll export individual channels out to whatever DAW or similar toy i'm playing with, and do effects and 'producing' things there.

 on: June 05, 2022, 23:35:11 
Started by beeache - Last post by beeache
This song was the inspiration for Skaven's Revenge of the Cats, as noted below:

This piece has admittedly plenty of influence from a very old, somewhat unknown song made by Fleshbrain, called 'Timebandit'. Unknown, I assume, because it was not included among his songs in the Mods Anothology CD. His 'Timebandit' was one of the  truly creative classics; it is very old however, born near the very beginnings of the Amiga tracker music genre, so the sound and the instrumentation weren't among the best (the very concepts were being built around that time); however, the mockingly cool melody and well made, working structure make it a true delight. My regards to the old master.

Some months ago, I actually did manage to find an MP3 of this modfile on an obscure MP3 website after a few hours of Googling "fleshbrain timebandit". I've uploaded it to my personal Dropbox:
But I've searched high and low for the original modfile, and there's nothing to be found on Google or even Modarchive (unless it's really hidden in there).

This song's great (and so is Revenge of the Cats!) and I'd love to see the original modfile if it's still out there somewhere. Does anyone happen to have a copy of this still?
Thanks!  :)

 on: June 05, 2022, 23:26:17 
Started by data - Last post by data
i search on the web but don't find it so is there any manual for protracker (or at least the command use in pattern but a manual could be interesting)

thanks :)

 on: June 05, 2022, 06:29:06 
Started by PKSuperStar256 - Last post by PKSuperStar256
Hello there,

I'm a new user on the Mod Archive and I've been wondering what the rules on remixes are on this website. I want to post a Super Mario module remix, but I'm not sure what to label it since the two options when uploading modules are saying that you own the copyright to the file or that the file is public domain.

If anyone can help me with this or if I've posted this topic to the wrong place, please let me know.

 on: May 20, 2022, 18:40:37 
Started by Flashy - Last post by Saga Musix
Thanks. Apparently this person (even after saying it multiple times) doesn't understand that even the original authors of those songs don't appreciate these "remixes", but not giving credits makes it even worse.

 on: May 20, 2022, 17:58:13 
Started by Flashy - Last post by Flashy
ProgressiveTrancemix (progressivetrancemix.xm) = XLR8R - Trancentral Awareness (
He just changed the length, added some more patterns and changed the samples beyond recognition. Patterns are pretty much identical. He didn't give credit to the original author.

crna luknja.rmx (crna_luknja.xm) = JRB - Black Hole Physiscs (sic.) (jb_b-h-p.xm).
He just changed some of the samples and did not credit the original author.

Guy (guy.xm) = Koperek - Control (koperek_control.xm).
He just changed the song length and exchanged the samples. He didn't give any credit to the original author, nor did he admit that it's a "remix".

His module modifications basically sound a lot horrible than the original modules.


EDIT: HomeMusicreconstruction recently tried to evade ban by changing his handle to 'Santacuary'. He has tried to upload a module titled 'Dream Sun', which really is just a horrible modification of TSEC - Dreams (dreams.xm). How the module was modified shows pretty much the same manner as HomeMusicreconstruction. He also has not credited the original author.

Other rips he tried to rip as "Santacuary":
Dancing Bear = A-Lin - 82910-techno.xm. He just changed the speed and length and added more patterns. Even worse, he even claims that he composed it.

Color House = DJ Diamond - You Should Know (you_should_know.xm). He just changed the samples and rearranged the patterns. Again, he claims that he composed it.

Fly To The Stars = 7ecno - Song 4 My Bestfriend (song4my.xm). He just did the same as the module listed above.

Motion Mountain = Aberration - History [Trance Mix] (history.xm). Ditto.

Unfortunately, I've been unable to identify the module used for 'Hey Nation' and 'Fruity Machine'.

It's also interesting to note that Santacuary has tried to deny that he's actually the same person as HomeMusicreconstruction.

 on: May 20, 2022, 10:22:04 
Started by mariozz - Last post by mariozz
thanks, I actually checked Daxx's page (which is awesome, btw) and I found "Ufeelit.mod", another classic of that era, for me  ;D
Still I haven't found "megamix2.mod" (or .xm, I do not remember :/)
Anyone is welcome with tips to find it!
THank you guys.

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