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spektre

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First song, critique welcome!
« on: June 18, 2009, 02:28:09 »

I installed Milkytracker this monday and went through all the tutorials I could find. I'm trying to learn to make music for my games, so I had a background track for a level in mind while making this.
Even though it's not much, as it's a first attempt, I'm quite satisfied.
It's also helluva lot of fun making!

Have I "tracked" a "mod" now?  ;D
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Re: First song, critique welcome!
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2009, 09:46:19 »

 :o

First song? Monday? Nice  ;D
Great feeling in the song and very nice melody... Better than anything I've ever done  :D

Keep it up!
-Krip
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Re: First song, critique welcome!
« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2009, 09:49:50 »

Have I "tracked" a "mod" now?  ;D
Yes, that's exactly what you've done and may I say it's not bad at all a firstie. :) The only thing I don't really like is the arpeggio line on channel 7. While it kinda fits into the song, as I understand an uneasy feeling was what you were going for, I guess I've just heard too many clashing arpeggios not to be bugged.

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Re: First song, critique welcome!
« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2009, 21:20:31 »

Haha, and I can understand the thing about the arpeggio. I wanted to have a melody with arpeggio just because I remember an awesome song from a very old Amiga demo, and it had lots of arpeggio. ;D
I belive the lesson is "do not add effects to add effects, add them to improve the sound."

Thanks to you both for strengthening my spirit! I'm off to track some more, I think I'm becoming addicted...

Oh, and raina, you most certianly already know it - but your mods rule.
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