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   Old school trackers
I have long time not used any tracker with vsti support.
I made some tunes in skale and tried modplug for some time, I never developed a working methode I was content with. Too many Possibilities!
In a tracker I like the simple way of only assembling some cheap samples (or better: make some myself in goat!) and put them together, virtually to make 'something out of nothing' like estrayk said in his interview with sole.
Thats also why I like Milkytracker so much. It really reminds me of Protracker. ;D
[18:07] [28-06-2006] [Shinobi]
now i`m using latest fl studio. maybe it`s strange for all who know that i grow up with impulse tracker and should start tracking with renoise... BUT! even if renoise is not much more than windows working impulse tracker with buggy vsti implementation, it has FT2 sucking interface! :( so i get use to fl studio piano-roll (what was a step to working with more professional soft imo). second argument was that fl studio i cheap and MEGA powerfully... includes(!) professional synthetizers and effects, for example bandpass compressor, very pro delay and reverb, full working midi implementation, buzz machines and effects wrapping, manz great, configurable controlers... list is long.
[20:18] [28-06-2006] [ninja]
so now: impulse tracker for chiptunes and fl studio for mp3...
[20:18] [28-06-2006] [ninja]
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