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Author Topic: Instrument sounds that I programmed by myself; public domain  (Read 1411 times)

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zzo38

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All of these instrument file I made up by myself; all are public domain and include the source-codes (which are much smaller than the instrument files they produce). They can be used with any program that can load .XI instruments.

Download: http://zzo38computer.org/xm/xipack1.zip

I have used this shell script for testing:
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#!/bin/bash --
( echo $'#EXTENDED\n@0="'$1.xi\" ; awk 'x+=/^#T/' < $0 ) | amigamml | playmod c=1 f=44100 b=16 v=140 | aplay -t raw -f S16_LE -r 44100
exit
#TEMPO 100
A v64@0o4l1 cfgc'<gck2

You can tell me if you like it or hate it or whatever else. You are free to modify them too if you want to.
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Re: Instrument sounds that I programmed by myself; public domain
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2016, 08:47:55 »

Nice variety of sounds but their natural pitch is kinda high so they end sounding pretty low quality when playing lower notes. Also some instruments have the volume envelope empty but still enabled so you don't hear anything until you disable it, on MilkyTracker at least.

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Re: Instrument sounds that I programmed by myself; public domain
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2016, 22:08:58 »

Nice variety of sounds but their natural pitch is kinda high so they end sounding pretty low quality when playing lower notes. Also some instruments have the volume envelope empty but still enabled so you don't hear anything until you disable it, on MilkyTracker at least.
That may be a bug in xisynth. I will fix it if I can find the mistake; thank you for notifying me about it.

Also about the natural pitches being high, I may make lower ones too later that is also a good suggestion thanks.
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