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« on: January 09, 2009, 02:16:11 »

Hi,

I come here to share some ideas, maybe contributing to make NitroTracker even better.
I began tracking in 1993-1994 with ModEdit, which was really simple and straigtforward.
It was mainly used for Techno purpose... FastTracker ;D followed in 1995 and it was really a nice enhancement from ModEdit. I did a lot of final fantasy like music, followed mostly by industrial, experimental, progressive, death metal and various blends of these styles mixed with a bit of everything else. I used it for a long time, until 2003 when I moved to Reason for a short period of time. After came ScaleTracker, Renoise and Cubase. NitroTracker is really a nice tool for bringing ideas wherever you are AND also to create live performance.

See you soon and...

Have a nice day!
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Re: Alxmorclaw
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2009, 15:28:39 »

Hi Welcome aboard, enjoy your stay

Do get engaged in some topics and don't be afraid to ask questions. :)




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