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 41 
 on: September 19, 2021, 04:47:21 
Started by Metro28 - Last post by Metro28
How strange, I looked for those modules with the other computer and I did not find them, but with the computer that I am using now if I managed to find them. I don't recall putting in a wrong filter, but I'm always in and out of TMA so the filters will have been disabled.

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How do I know if a TMA module has been removed?
If a module has been removed before for a valid reason, it is not possible to upload it again.

Also thanks for your answer, it helps me.

 42 
 on: September 18, 2021, 23:48:05 
Started by m0d - Last post by Saga Musix
The link has been replaced.

 43 
 on: September 18, 2021, 21:33:44 
Started by m0d - Last post by Metro28
If that reflection is upsetting you, I'm afraid you will have to live with it.
And with the modulez.org button too?

 44 
 on: September 18, 2021, 19:27:43 
Started by Metro28 - Last post by Saga Musix
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How do I know if a TMA module has been removed?
You don't. I am rather sure that modules with these names were not removed from ModArchive.

If a module has been removed before for a valid reason, it is not possible to upload it again.

 45 
 on: September 18, 2021, 19:26:04 
Started by m0d - Last post by Saga Musix
If that reflection is upsetting you, I'm afraid you will have to live with it.

 46 
 on: September 18, 2021, 19:06:38 
Started by Incarnate - Last post by The Jazz Surgeon
When I come back to a given tracker, I usually open up the user manual and copy down some hotkeys and commands I might want to use a lot. In Milkytracker at least, hot keys have a huge effect on workflow, especially when you consider that there are multiple editing schemes, some redundant/not extremely useful navigation keys, etc. Using the mouse for much more than the editors slows things down a lot. I also have found that analyzing modules gets a lot easier once you have some familiarity with commands yourself.

 47 
 on: September 18, 2021, 18:53:09 
Started by The Jazz Surgeon - Last post by The Jazz Surgeon
Cross-posted from "look what I made"

This is the sequel to the first collection of tracker tunes I ever put online, about six years ago, known as "Relaxing Computer Trombone." A friend and I did a "track-3-songs-a-week-challenge" with each other this year, so I rounded up those I thought were the best. Each track was made in one sitting in Milkytracker.

Keywords: funk, house, jazz, dubmood, reed

Thanks for diggin it

https://jazzsurgeon.bandcamp.com/album/reassuring-digital-flute


 48 
 on: September 18, 2021, 18:46:30 
Started by Eddy67716 - Last post by The Jazz Surgeon
Sorry if I'm bringing a thread back to life here. Just want to throw in some opinions

'Nostalgic Memories' has really cool writing, in my opinion. The harmonic movement and melody lines gel really well together. If it were my piece I would probably go into more keys, given how long it is, but there is a lot of variety in the instruments and textures, so it's not like it drags on or anything; quite the opposite. Generally avoid panning drums and bassy sounds to one ear, though. Try just panning certain drum sounds a bit, like snare and cymbals. I'd be tempted to pan the bell-like sounds in the beginning around for movement (e.g., pan one of the bell channels one way, another one the other way.) Panning voices in pads and reverb channels can add a lot of space and separation, too. The NES moment at 35 is fun. Also big thumbs up for layering textures (like, not just changing instrumentation up every 4 patterns, but threading it in and out.)

For 'Drops of Square,' I mainly want it to go on longer- the groove is pretty sik, and when it fades out I'm imagining a drop into a new section. Pretty badass

'Fanfare' is really 4mat-esque with the brass pads. The change into pattern 06 is satisfying, as is the return in 0E. The speed changes are clever, really taking advantage of tracker stuff.

Honestly, if you're new to trackers, you could fool me. If you want tips, I would just say reconsider your penchant for hard-panned drums, and maybe do some short, concise pieces as compositional exercises (not to say there's anything wrong with the long tracks, especially since you're incorporating lots of variety already.)

 49 
 on: September 18, 2021, 18:18:31 
Started by The Jazz Surgeon - Last post by The Jazz Surgeon
This is the sequel to the first collection of tracker tunes I ever put online, about six years ago, known as "Relaxing Computer Trombone." A friend and I did a "track-3-songs-a-week-challenge" with each other this year, so I rounded up those I thought were the best. Each track was made in one sitting in Milkytracker.

Keywords: funk, house, jazz, dubmood, reed

Thanks for diggin it

https://jazzsurgeon.bandcamp.com/album/reassuring-digital-flute


 50 
 on: September 18, 2021, 06:54:13 
Started by Metro28 - Last post by Metro28
How do I know if a TMA module has been removed? I have four modules that I do not know where they come from, I did not find them in TMA and I did not want to upload them because I thought they had been removed for something.

_conrad_.mod
_cyclo_.xm
_g_blue2.s3m
_g_loose.s3m

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