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Issue 2
« on: September 25, 2007, 13:07:06 »

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Welcome to the 2nd edition of the news bulletin. If you know of any news worthy of a mention for future issues, please drop your news item onto the  Forum thread here.

Freestyle Compo

Aceman of Modules.pl has just announced that the next modules.pl centric compo is now running and that entries are open to many formats, including Renoise. To quote the compoganda:

There are no big restrictions so that you could make the most of your favourite tracker. Write 40-channel xrns tune? Think that 16-channel xm can beat everyone else? Maybe want to show that even nowadays "4-channels should be enough for anybody"? ;) No problem! Launch your tracker and prove that neither format nor amount of channels determine a great tune, but music itself! :)


The deadline is: 06.10.2007 (6th October 2007) and you can find more details along with the compo rules here.


Novus Music Compo Update

To quote the recent news announcement from Novus:

September's mini-compos have finished in The Novus Compo, and the results are up. A big thank-you to everyone who voted, and congratulations to Zepsi, Barry van Oudtshoorn, D Fast, Randor & Siida and Nygen Dale for winning their mini-compos! All 5 of them plus Louigi Verona as the wild card will now advance to September's overall compo to compete for your votes. Voting in the overall compo is open for the next two weeks, until Tuesday, October 2nd at 11:59pm New York Time. Make your voice heard... visit The Novus Compo today!

Mod Archive on Facebook

Believe it or not, there is a Mod Archive group on Facebook. Entirly seperate from the IRC channel and Forums, you are welcome to join and participate in the facebook-based tracking compo-type-thingy that Zepsi has planned out. Take part in the wacky discussions or just hang about throwing links to sad crappy modules up on the postboard ;-)

If you are logged into Facebook, you can locate the group here.
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