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 on: April 29, 2022, 21:45:47 
Started by oppositekeith - Last post by Saga Musix
In a single word: Yes.
But here's a recommendation: ModArchive uploads are permanent. If this is your first composition, it would make more sense to first upload it to the forums (the "Look what I made!" section) and get some feedback on it. Most first compositions have quality issues and are likely to be rejected for that reason. On the forums, you can get some actual feedback what you can improve.

 on: April 29, 2022, 01:40:26 
Started by oppositekeith - Last post by oppositekeith
never mind i read the FAQ more, i think i understand it now

 on: April 28, 2022, 06:40:40 
Started by oppositekeith - Last post by oppositekeith
i made my first tracker song with public domain samples, does that still count as something i would upload and get the artist role or not? im just making sure.

 on: April 27, 2022, 02:29:04 
Started by ModManiac12 - Last post by FarCinco
While back in the day it was frowned upon to rip or bite samples for your own songs, I think it's somewhat less frowned upon today.

As for legality, I can't say for certain if it's legal but a lot of samples in modules were taken from the keyboards and synth patches of the era.

For what it's worth many of the copyright snafus of recent history are for taking melodies.

 on: April 27, 2022, 02:25:28 
Started by TalkOrBell - Last post by FarCinco
Thanks for sharing this, workupload is the only working link though

 on: April 26, 2022, 22:44:18 
Started by TalkOrBell - Last post by TalkOrBell
This barely made it to 2000 & to windows from DOS but much had not changed…

Once a commercial product but in the end made free…

Been giving this a look to be makin’ a tune in as it sounds fine, synth portion actually pretty good…

Just didn’t know about rendering to disc-

Testing WAV Render found that manual is useless as manual is updated version ‘2’ & not applicable. The manual right there on the GUI is though…But the WAV Render did not work for me but the Disc Streaming did. Open the ‘setup’ button & choose the ‘RenderToDisc’ option, Open your tune AND open your C root directory, Now press ‘play’ & in a few seconds you should see ‘test.wav’ show up on C root dir. Let tune play & shut off right after it ends, rename WAV & take into editor & trim off fat…

This has ‘smart patterns’ which Arguru incorporated into NoiseTrekker 2 and are STILL in present modern updated Protrekkr 2.6.2…

So we have a long lost relative here…

ANYWAYS…All over at OldSchoolDAW-,7360.0.html

 on: April 21, 2022, 19:26:20 
Started by alfcyber - Last post by Saga Musix
OpenMPT runs perfectly on Wine. It may spawn as a native application on Linux one day - but for that the entire UI code has to be rewritten. It's not something that will happen overnight.
the only one I know that converts midi to mod, right
There's a few more tools but OpenMPT is probably among the most accurate.

 on: April 20, 2022, 21:16:04 
Started by alfcyber - Last post by alfcyber
Hello, thanks for the additional info. I've only just read the signature, I find mpt to be a very professional piece of software, which I don't use myself (because there's no support for linux - it would be nice if that were the case, the only one I know that converts midi to mod, right?), I know steinberg cubase from the 90s. my app could also be interesting for tma users, most mods sounds very good...

 on: April 20, 2022, 20:36:07 
Started by alfcyber - Last post by Saga Musix
There's a ton of grey-area material on TMA (and any other module archive). You can be 99.9% sure that for anything that's a remix of a commercial track, none of the required rights (mechanical license, performing license, etc.) have been secured.

 on: April 20, 2022, 20:05:00 
Started by alfcyber - Last post by alfcyber
Thank you I found it. (Above all, the info that copyrights must be assumed for anonymous modules) I have one more question, are modules that are a copy of an original (e.g. (I think it was converted from midi?) legal for duplication? (my app is a music player for different formats with a small equalizer and graphic output and will be called yammp!) i will try to publish it in a few days. there is still a little work to be done.
(and sorry for any grammatical errors, english is not my native language)

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