IronFairy
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created 2017-09-05
last here 2017-11-20
hi I'm fe, which means both iron and fairy, and I'm concerned about the impending robot apocalypse.

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90116
Level 23 Chipist
post #90116 :: 2017.09.05 5:22pm
  
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90117
Level 22 Chipist
post #90117 :: 2017.09.05 5:30pm
  
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also welcome to botb! \.o./

check the chats or lyceum if you need to do a help :D
 
 
90361
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post #90361 :: 2017.09.11 9:43am
  
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91013
Level 21 Chipist
post #91013 :: 2017.10.06 11:07am
  
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Hey welcome to botb! Nice work on Suburban Lizard. It sounded like the kick drum could use a bit of swing to it, but if you did it in SNES-GSS, there wasn't a command put in place for that unfortunately. But if you did it in another tracker, it most likely has a command like EDxx, which you can put on every kick note that you want to have some swing to it. Try values like ED01 or ED02 (x has to be less than the track's current tick speed). Also, if you are familiar with any DAW, you can use the C700 to export SPC! The .spc output is surprisingly accurate to what it outputs in the DAW, and note placement (swing, fast notes, etc) is 100% accurate, at least as far as I could tell.

Looking forward to hearing more from you! Keep up the good work.
 
 

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