null1024
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MIDI
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springiness 
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equinox 
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germinations 
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flower power 
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spring in pants 
216th Σ3.837

 
twang bouncer
 
  215th/268   Σ19.816   Mar 26th 2020 12:54pm
 
/player/EntryPlay/33805/
33805
 
made with renoise, midi-ox, loopbe1, and t2mf
producing this file was awful and I hated every second of it, good lord

half of my problems stemmed from the fact that it seems like the utility I was using to convert MIDI-OX's output broke on Windows 10 and was producing corrupt MIDI files so I spent like a day trying to figure out what was happening or if I was triggering some awful edge case
ended up finding the old-ass pre-Windows version of t2mf, compiling that under WSL, and using that to produce my MIDI from the midi-ox log file
that was its own pain (googling the error, the author didn't put #include <errno.h> in one of the files but the error message was some awful garbage like "/usr/bin/ld: errno: TLS definition in /lib/libc.so.6 section .tbss mismatches non-TLS reference in ...")

I wanted to have a totally sick vibrato effect, but loopbe1 kept complaining I was sending too many midi messages (MIDI FEEDBACK) because renoise's lfo updates too fast and was sending like a bazillion pitch bends a second so I scrapped that.

there's a minor song bug at the very start of the song and I absolutely cannot be bothered to fix it because if I do the rest of the song breaks and this MIDI file is too fragile for me to be bothered to edit
enjoy
(also, don't skip ahead in the midi file, it breaks kinda badly if you do that)
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120636
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post #120636 :: 2020.05.13 11:18am
Well you made a better Midi than I did (which was zip!)
 
 

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