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 on: June 05, 2019, 03:48:37 
Started by PCEngine - Last post by PCEngine
Thanks nikku4211!

 on: June 04, 2019, 19:12:07 
Started by Lossy - Last post by Lossy
Many thanks!

 on: June 04, 2019, 19:07:48 
Started by Lossy - Last post by Saga Musix
You'll receive your API key via private message in a few minutes.

 on: June 04, 2019, 07:47:26 
Started by Lossy - Last post by Lossy
- Application type: Player
- Platform(s): Android
- Predicted demand: No more than ~100 per month.
- Commercial interest, is this a for-sale app? No, a fork of xmp-android

 on: June 04, 2019, 05:48:56 
Started by PCEngine - Last post by Nikku4211
Volume column max: 64 (applies to all effects)
Effect column max: FF

Ticks are like speed, but they change specifically how many ticks occur during each row, which changes how certain effects like slide effects and arpeggios function. BPM is a way to change the speed of the song without affecting those effects at all.

 on: June 02, 2019, 23:17:13 
Started by Slender - Last post by Saga Musix
S99 reverb has been used in Zanoma's tracks, for example.

 on: June 02, 2019, 21:37:11 
Started by PCEngine - Last post by PCEngine
Hello, all. I would greatly appreciate if someone could help me with the following questions.

Firstly, what is the maximum value that can be used in adjusting volume and effects in their respective columns?

Secondly, is there anywhere a clear explanation of the relationship between Spd, BPM and effects? I've read that Spd is the number of ticks per row, and BPM refers to the speed of the ticks. But to give one example of what I'm aiming to understand: If you are doing a portamento to note, is it possible to calculate, based on Spd and BPM, exactly the effect value needed to reach the note within a desired number of rows?

Thanks for reading, and for any help you might be able to offer!

 on: May 31, 2019, 20:12:01 
Started by psprint - Last post by izmozero
edit: i pasted the rest of the message not realizing you are using a PC keyboard,
i dunno if control + backspace will still work on a pc keyboard, but that's how you do it on the mac keyboard

start potentially unuseful info that i pasted before i knew what you meant:
i made a thread about this to help everyone and also so i could remember what to do
here is a re-post of what i wrote

i was going to post about this, but thru searching the forum and googling i found my own answers

on my macbook the backspace key is labelled delete, but it's placed where backspace is and functions as a backspace key, so i wondered what actual delete was if it was even possible, and i found on the forum that
Fn + Backspace is Delete

after finding this i wondered about insert, and i found out that
Control + Backspace is Insert

since i was making this informative thread, i thought i should throw in that
1 or ` does the note kill/note key-off symbol

even if no one else needs this info, i feel like i might forget and look it up on here

without the delete key i was just highlighting things and cutting them
and without the insert key i was cutting and pasting things

anyway here's a quote from where i found the delete info on this forum
Deleting: I'm using a macbook...and there is NOT a backspace AND delete key. (only delete)

I need to be able to get rid of entries w/out moving everything else!
Interesting. My Macbook has only got a backspace key, delete can be achieved by pressing  fn+backspace. When searching for "macbook keyboard" on google, I can see that this "backspace" key I got is sometimes called "delete" key which seems to be a language dependent naming issue. Anyways, press fn and that delete key, it might solve your problem.

 on: May 31, 2019, 11:05:33 
Started by Slender - Last post by fuzion.mixer01
This module of mine doesn't serve any technical usefulness when it comes to reverb techniques, however it is made (and intended) to be played with specific DSP Reverb and Stereo Separation settings.

I've just remembered that another module of mine also uses DSP Reverb (same setting as the module above). This time, no Stereo Separation setting is needed. I wish I had included the disclaimer in the module somewhere, but I must've forgotten.

I hope you enjoy them nonetheless! :)

 on: May 31, 2019, 04:03:42 
Started by Slender - Last post by Slender
I recently learned about this and got curious about it. Can anyone point me to modules that made use of it? I'd be interested to hear what it sounded like in practice.

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