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 on: July 17, 2020, 20:47:36 
Started by qsrmvt - Last post by Saga Musix
I'll see what I can do about it in the next few days. However, there's something useful to know upfront: Over the course of the years, many duplicate modules have been merged, so you will find modules in those torrents that won't map to any hash that is in the database right now.

 on: July 17, 2020, 20:45:43 
Started by qsrmvt - Last post by qsrmvt
Great news to hear!

MD5, Artist, and Title would be sufficient for my uses, and there's no urgency whatsoever (I've been sitting on the question itself for months).

Thank you!

 on: July 17, 2020, 20:37:48 
Started by qsrmvt - Last post by Saga Musix
Yes, there are currently no recurring dumps but if you need some specific data (e.g. title, filename, md5 hash, etc.), you can let me know and I will see what I can do about it.

 on: July 17, 2020, 20:34:06 
Started by qsrmvt - Last post by qsrmvt
Greetings! Long time listener, first time caller (not counting a couple forgettable tracks I submitted in the 90s).

I've used the torrents to get the songs, and I find that I would *really* like to organize them. There is, of course, the API, but thinking about the request limit, it seems the API isn't the right tool for this. I notice that on a few occasions, anonymized DB dumps have been possible. Is this still the case, and if so, what's the right way to go about this?

Thanks, either way, for all the time you've spent in and on behalf of this community over the years!

 on: July 17, 2020, 19:17:00 
Started by sherekhan - Last post by sherekhan
Tnx, will check it out. Never tried DigiBooster, guess I had moved on from the Amiga by then. Found DB 1.7. Seems to crash on my A500 setup, but A1200 works fine.

Would still welcome tips for earlier 90s stuff though.

 on: July 17, 2020, 18:30:43 
Started by sherekhan - Last post by Saga Musix
I guess in early days you won't find much "good" stuff since people were overwhelmed with that amount of channels. There's some nice DigiBoster (not DigiBooster Pro) stuff from the mid-90s though, e.g. these tunes:

 on: July 17, 2020, 15:49:12 
Started by sherekhan - Last post by sherekhan
The Amiga had only 4 hardware channels, so that's what most trackers used back then, but there were several attempts at programs using software mixing to achieve 8 channels. These include OctaMED, Oktalyzer and Startrekker. However it seems that this never really caught much on, and I haven't heard much good multi-channel material from the Amiga days. There's some of the TFMX stuff Chris Huelsbeck did for games, like the Turrican II title tune, and I also remember coming over some ambient stuff on Aminet by an aussie guy calling himself Orpheus. But apart from that I have not really found much worth listening to.

Can anyone recommend some _good_ multi-channel (5-8) tracker modules from the early Amiga days, preferrably for one of the mentioned trackers?

 on: July 15, 2020, 17:13:23 
Started by louigi - Last post by fuzion.mixer01
... old Topic, but did this work out? I do have the CD as well, just in case ...

What worked out? The retrieval of the XI files or the upload of the CD?

Either way, they're not resolved as of yet, seeing from this thread.

 on: July 10, 2020, 23:45:19 
Started by louigi - Last post by cRUSh
... old Topic, but did this work out? I do have the CD as well, just in case ...

 on: July 09, 2020, 17:22:26 
Started by asie - Last post by asie

For the past two weeks or so, I've been working on a fork of NitroTracker, bringing some crucial improvements and updates, as well as combining patches from existing forks by @fincs and @reinvdwoerd.

Today, I'd like to publish the first release: NitroTracker-unofficial 0.4.1-beta, with its key higlights being full DSi/3DS support (in DSi mode), an added undo/redo buffer, many minor workflow improvements, and an UI performance boost.

I hope that those (few) of you who still use NitroTracker, or perhaps want to try it out for the first time, will find the update beneficial.

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