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 on: May 10, 2022, 18:30:05 
Started by sonder - Last post by Saga Musix
I'll have a look what can be done. Most of the code on the website is now more than 10 years old, so there's a lot of things that need to be badly rewritten.

 on: May 09, 2022, 17:21:37 
Started by sonder - Last post by sonder
My email address contains a "+" character.  I used it to register with the forum here, but the regular modarchive site doesn't permit the same email address and returns the error, "The address entered didn't appear to be a valid e-mail address. "

It's no big deal; I used another email address to sign in―but "+" is a valid character in an email address.

 on: May 09, 2022, 16:54:21 
Started by m0d - Last post by sonder
Helmet Shake, by Jogeir Liljedahl:

helmet_shake.mod is attributed to the correct registered artist (jogeir-liljedahl), and the internal texts contain the oldest copyright notice.

helmet-shake.mod and helmshke.mod are the same size, and their internal texts contain an identical rip notice.  The rip notice attributes the track to "Jogeir/Spaceballs".

The ripped text matches what I recall when I encountered the track some time between 1996–1998.   I believe it was used as the pack-in "demo" .mod for one of the DOS/Windows trackers, but  I don't recall which one (would have guessed ModPlug Tracker, but seems a little early).

 on: May 07, 2022, 23:24:28 
Started by bpmbeats - Last post by Saga Musix
Welcome (back) :)

 on: May 07, 2022, 08:44:21 
Started by Beat Failure - Last post by bpmbeats
my favorite tracker of all times!! Skale Tracker came closer but loved FT2!

Thanks for sharing

-Tokyo London

 on: May 07, 2022, 08:35:48 
Started by bpmbeats - Last post by bpmbeats
I recently dug into the vaults and pulled out some music I made back in 1993 to 2003, when I was using the Commodore Amiga 500 w/ AMAS digitizer/Midi Interface and soundtracker (I believe that was the 4track tracker I used back then)

Later on I used a PC with Fasttracker 2 and fell in love with it... towards the end of 2003 I remember moving from DOS and using one of the windows trackers called Skale Tracker which was very similar to FT2.

I played around with just about every tracker there was.. I remember liking the way Impluse tracker would playback MODS but I never got into using it to program music

Scream Tracker I never used much... but remember it well.

Other gear I had was obviosuly turntables (as a DJ) and lots of vinyl as well as some oldschool DJ samplers from the early 90s like the raw 12bit Gemini DS-8 which I still have and the legendary Casio SK-1 8bit sampling keybaord which I still have as well.

I lost touch with the tracking world after 2004 when I took a break from music and when I got back into remixing and producing music I had moved on to Native Instruments Maschine, and obviously DAWs like protools.

I currently use the Akai MPC ONE as my main tool but have been going through a lot of old music I made on trackers and have been playing around with a few trackers again.

It's cool to actually see forums like this still around!!

instagram @tokyolondonrecordings
I have some of my old MODS on Spotify

 on: May 01, 2022, 22:07:45 
Started by ASIKWUSpulse - Last post by HERB

 on: May 01, 2022, 21:49:28 
Started by ThunderRedStar - Last post by HERB
Uhhhh, I realize that this is an old topic, but there's a much better way of creating a simple phase-shifted square wave.

1 : Create new sample size of 16384.
2 : Generate saw-tooth wave with 50% volume, and 256 periods.
3 : Highlight the generated waveform, and under "advanced" select "Backwards".
3 : Copy your new backwards saw-tooth waveform.
4 : Generate a new saw-tooth wave with 50% volume, and 255 periods.
5 : Right click the 255 period saw-tooth wave and click "Mix-paste"
6 : zoom in on the sample on the right side, and trim away the section of silence.

When you use this method; you don't have to worry about DC normalization.
The waveform is dynamically offset from the center-line as transforms through it's phase-change.

I hope this helps you. - HERB

 on: May 01, 2022, 16:57:52 
Started by HKvalhe - Last post by HKvalhe
Hi folks! Want to share with you my current collection of different MED tunes I have composed on my AmigaOne 500 aka SAM460ex, running the NSM patched version of OctaMED SoundStudio v1.03c, using latest PPC native version of TheMaestrix AHI tool and high quality samples, except for songs like Endless Road and Saxophone, as they are based on real 16bit Amiga samples! Most of my mods are from the fictional Amiga game - Last Ninja 4 (hence the shortname LN4). Rate them if you want to. That would make me happy. Here you go. Link below!

 on: April 29, 2022, 21:47:57 
Started by ModManiac12 - Last post by Saga Musix
FWIW, the thread starter asked the same question on the ModPlug Central forums and there's a few answers there.

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