I'm an amateur musical artist and DJ.
I was born on May 6, 1999. Ever since I was little, I've loved music. I got a keyboard when I was very little, and I remember banging on the keys and singing out of tune, not even singing real words. Just, "AHHHHHHHH,OHHHH, AHH, BAHHHH...," etc.
I progressed up until now. I played many instruments, but the piano was the instrument that was vital for me to begin composing music.
I've been composing music for about 6 or 7 months now.
I started out using a MIDI sequencer, and eventually, I found trackers. After listening to Anvil's The Love Trap, I was inspired to use trackers to create my own music.
Currently, the programs I use to produce music are (In order from most used to least used):
Anvil Studio (MIDI Sequencer, I don't use it to make modules)
FastTracker II (with DOSBox)
xmplay (module to mp3 conversion)
SynthFont (Also a MIDI Sequencer, I don't use it to make modules)
ScreamTracker 3 (I use DOSBox also)
Voyetra Sequencer Plus Gold (Don't really use it except to listen to my MIDI sequences using Gravis Ultrasound emulation)
Artists I was inspired by:
Journey (the classic rock band)
Pillar (metal band)
Robert C. Prince III
Nine Inch Nails
C418 (Minecraft Music!)
Games I was inspired by:
Duke Nukem 3D
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09:07 on 20th January 2013
chiptunes are pretty fun to make. im trying to learn madtracker right now and its a lot different from anything i have used before.. i hope to make dubstep like skrillex some day lol
06:50 on 17th January 2013
09:58 on 14th January 2013
hello njaddison! i see that you use milkytracker; i use the same sequencer! do you make chiptunes at all?
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