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puke7
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140435
Level 31 Chipist
kleeder
 
 
 
post #140435 :: 2021.04.18 10:34am :: edit 2021.04.30 6:09am
  
  2a03fox and RadamLee liēkd this
Todo-List:

snibbe [X]
 
 
140436
Level 17 Chipist
Deathro
 
 
 
post #140436 :: 2021.04.18 10:48am
  
  Oli, Tilde, doctorn0gloff and Galgox liēkd this
h.
 
 
140439
Level 25 Chipist
Galgox
 
 
 
post #140439 :: 2021.04.18 11:36am :: edit 2021.05.10 4:10pm
  
  2a03fox and Oli liēkd this
[This n00b ashamed of what written. - BotB]
 
 
140440
Level 28 Chipist
Sinc-X
 
 
 
post #140440 :: 2021.04.18 11:41am
  
  JonKaruzu and Luigi64 liēkd this
🚜
 
 
140441
Level 26 Chipist
JonKaruzu
 
 
 
post #140441 :: 2021.04.18 12:00pm :: edit 2021.04.18 4:16pm
  
  2a03fox liēkd this
Should i'll be do!

[-] 0CC-FT (Dn-FT)
[-] AllGeer
[-] .MOD
[-] .MID
[-] 8K
[-] 16K
[-] 24K
[-] MPTM
[-] MT32
[-] PandaTracker
[-] S3XMODIT
[-] WildChip

.. i will confirm more formats after i learned more tools

I should try Dn-FamiTracker First
 
 
140442
Level 20 Chipist
ASIKWUSpulse
 
 
 
post #140442 :: 2021.04.18 12:08pm :: edit 2021.05.16 8:31am
  
  2a03fox liēkd this
Noice

[x] 24kmod
[x] MSGS
[x] MT-32
[x] s3xmodit

[?] Amiga MOD
[?] OpenMPT
[?] Allgear
 
 
140443
Level 11 Chipist
Ethlial
 
 
post #140443 :: 2021.04.18 12:27pm :: edit 2021.05.02 1:08am
4 sure:

[] 0cc
[x] allwildgear
[O] Mary–O's panties
[m] midi

Un sure:

[] OpenMPT
 
 
140446
Level 24 Chipist
Jakerson
 
 
 
post #140446 :: 2021.04.18 1:41pm
  
  2a03fox liēkd this
I wont make a to do list cuz i cant finish it lol, but i will join spring traX for sure >:)
 
 
140453
Level 20 Chipist
RadamLee
 
 
 
post #140453 :: 2021.04.18 2:15pm
  
  2a03fox, kleeder and Jakerson liēkd this
i heard a snibbe track is gonna win this one so i'll naively throw my hat in that ring
 
 
140454
Level 16 Mixist
Viravax
 
 
post #140454 :: 2021.04.18 2:19pm :: edit 2021.05.12 5:52pm
  
  2a03fox and charlotte liēkd this
It's time to go big or go home:

[?] allgear
[x] Amiga MOD
[?] MIDI
[nope] 8k
[nope] 16k
[x] 24k
[?] MPT
[?] modit
[?] mt-32 (maybe)
[nope] sunvox (maybe)
[?] wildchip

I'm sure not all of these I'll do but this my dream todo list here

EDIT: okay I have had like 0 time for this and music is at all time low for me
 
 
140464
Level 13 Chipist
MelonadeM
 
 
post #140464 :: 2021.04.18 5:26pm :: edit 2021.05.12 11:26am
  
  father and 2a03fox liēkd this
[x] mt32
 
 
140467
Level 20 Mixist
telebasher
 
 
 
post #140467 :: 2021.04.18 6:17pm
  
  Buttchat940, cabbage drop, now_its_dark, father, 2a03fox and hanna liēkd this
lets FUCKING GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
 
 
140468
Level 25 Chipist
hanna
 
 
 
post #140468 :: 2021.04.18 6:18pm
  
  2a03fox, JonKaruzu and damifortune liēkd this
[] allgear (already got a collaborator for this one)
[] mptm (already got a collaborator for this one)
[] mt-32 (WELL i just learned how to mt-32 so let's freaking goooo)
[] renoise (my new favorite program)
[] s3xmodit (my old favorite program)

those are the priorities. lots of other tempting things here tho...
 
 
140470
Level 24 Chipist
BubblegumOctopus
 
 
 
post #140470 :: 2021.04.18 6:35pm
  
  2a03fox, father, MelonadeM, damifortune and hanna liēkd this
Very good list!!
Excited to do MT-32 and MIDI of course, but maybe I'll have time to do a format I am not comfy with this time.

OH and for those who havent been in on the MT32 OHBs: I will do hardware renders for ya (^^
 
 
140472
Level 7 Chipist
wednesdaylinux
 
 
post #140472 :: 2021.04.18 8:23pm
  
  cabbage drop, nitrofurano, 2a03fox, charlotte and hanna liēkd this
new account so uhh. everything. i will do everything
 
 
140476
Level 25 Mixist
damifortune
 
 
 
post #140476 :: 2021.04.18 9:57pm
  
  2a03fox and hanna liēkd this
jeez there are so many things on this list that i want to do, i'm gonna have to prioritize hard if i want to come close to tackling this list! (this is a good thing obviously)

priorities looking like:
pxtone [ ]
renoise [ ]
mt32 [ ]
mptm [ ]
0cc [ ]
classic DOS module [ ]
midi [ ]
8k [ ]
16k [ ]
24k [ ]
amigamod [ ]
allgear [ ]
 
 
140483
Level 28 Mixist
tennisers
 
 
 
post #140483 :: 2021.04.18 11:26pm :: edit 2021.04.18 11:26pm
  
  DevEd hæitd this
[This n00b ashamed of what written. - BotB]
 
 
140499
Level 17 Chipist
zygrunt
 
 
 
post #140499 :: 2021.04.19 8:53am
  
  nitrofurano, Galgox and Jakerson liēkd this
RIP defflemask.

I hope I won't miss this one too. It's been a while.
 
 
140531
Level 24 Chipist
Yung Gotenks
 
 
 
post #140531 :: 2021.04.19 4:59pm
  
  Jakerson, JonKaruzu and charlotte liēkd this
the great thing about having mptm and s3xmodit in the same battle is that they're basically the same format
 
 
140533
Level 27 Chipist
KungFuFurby
 
 
 
post #140533 :: 2021.04.19 6:54pm
Hmm... this is tempting...
 
 
140540
Level 18 Chipist
2a03fox
 
 
 
post #140540 :: 2021.04.19 11:50pm :: edit 2021.04.19 11:50pm
i might add more l8r, but here my formats!

amiga mod [ ]
bytebeat [ ]
klystrack [ ]
batol art [ ]
8k [ ]
vcv [ ]
 
 
140574
Level 7 Criticist
numbers
 
 
post #140574 :: 2021.04.20 2:32pm :: edit 2021.05.06 4:42pm
  
  2a03fox liēkd this
2-do:

batol art [X]

maybe a music format if i get to it? who knows [ ]
 
 
140586
Level 28 Chipist
TristEndo
 
 
 
post #140586 :: 2021.04.20 9:14pm
  
  BubblegumOctopus and 2a03fox liēkd this
MSGS MIDI [ ]
ALLGEAR [ ]
WILD CHIP [ ]
0CC [ ]
REnOISE [ ]
S3XMODIT [ ]
kmods [[ ] [ ] [ ]]
MODPLUG [ ]
Gameboy [ ] LSDJ im going in mafoff

I will commit to making attempts with these foramnts.
of course mix battle art as well.
 
 
140601
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #140601 :: 2021.04.21 12:32pm :: edit 2021.04.21 12:48pm
about ntrq (missing information in the lyceum): which emulators are recommended? i tried fceux, but it uses a kind of compressed .sav format, and doesn't open those 8kb .sav demos from ntrq...

(i think i'm not going to list formats as well since i'm about to try something on all of them, probably not submitting those i really struggle)
 
 
140603
Level 8 Playa
Oli
 
 
post #140603 :: 2021.04.21 1:04pm :: edit 2021.04.21 1:20pm
  
  TristEndo, cabbage drop and nitrofurano liēkd this
Hello, nitrofurano!

I recommend to use one of three emulators, named as, Bizhawk, Mesen, or puNES: TASVideos' website host a table of emulators' performance against accuracy tests, and currently the three aforementioned emulators: Scores the maximum points the combination audio processor tests they were subjected at, can give! Here are hyperlinks to either their official repositories or websites' download pages:

Bizhawk:
https://github.com/TASVideos/BizHawk/releases/

Mesen:
https://mesen.ca/

puNES:
https://github.com/punesemu/puNES/releases

Mesen also is distributed as a libretro core, which may be downloaded for use in the Retroarch emulator front-end, available for many host systems and homebrew-enabled video game consoles! One may download a Retroarch emulator front-end for libretro cores for, from the web page this hyperlink goes to:
https://www.retroarch.com/?page=platforms

The result of the aforementioned accuracy tests are displayed in the article the next hyperlink leads at:
http://tasvideos.org/EmulatorResources/NESAccuracyTests.html

Cheers!
 
 
140632
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #140632 :: 2021.04.22 6:39am
Hello, Oli!
and well...
- puNES uses .pns as savestate file (i was looking for one that could support 8kb .sav files, as (almost) mentioned at the lyceum (almost, because .sav from Fceux is incompatible) )
- Mesen crashes on Wine: (Unhandled exception 0xe0434352 in thread 9 at address 7B032F82. Do you wish to debug it?)
- BizHawk seems to run on Mono (a.k.a. .net, i guess) runtime, and crashes when opening
perhaps older emulators could be better?
 
 
140633
Level 31 Chipist
kleeder
 
 
 
post #140633 :: 2021.04.22 7:06am
  
  nitrofurano liēkd this
i use nestopia for ntrq
 
 
140639
Level 8 Playa
Oli
 
 
post #140639 :: 2021.04.22 9:54am
  
  cabbage drop, now_its_dark and nitrofurano liēkd this
The 8kb .sav files bundled in the release NTRQ archive are a dump of the SRAM sector of memory in a NES game, which is also where the data of a NTRQ project resides; savestates are a dump of the whole memory- which includes the SRAM sector of it, and may be stored in a custom container file with an emulator or format-specific header; savestates aren't distributed in the NTRQ package.

puNES stores SRAM files in the next folder path:
(System drive letter):\(users folder)\(currently logged user)\My Documents\puNES\prb\

In my case, it is this folder path:
C:\users\sandbox\My Documents\puNES\prb

In Linux, using wine, that directory may be found at this folder path:
~/.wine/drive_c/users/(currently logged user)/My Documents/puNES/prb

with the filename of the ROM loaded, and a .pbp extension, rather than a .sav one; other than the distinct extension, they are same: One can copy the file named as ntrq-example.sav in the NTRQ archive, to the aforementioned prb folder, and rename it as any of the three, ntrq.prb, ntrq_NTSC.prb, or ntrq_PAL.prb, depending on which of the three ROMs in the NTRQ package, ntrq.nes, ntrq_NTSC.nes or ntrq_PAL.nes, you do intend to use, respectively.

Mesen works well for me in Mono, by opening it with the next command:
mono Mesen.exe

The mono program may be installed via a package manager on a Linux distribution on may use; instructions for, depends on the package manager a Linux distribution may be using: May you desire to install it, please query a web search engine for instructions on.

On Arch Linux, one may use the a package manager named as pacman to, with the next command:
sudo pacman -Sy mono

Does opening it using mono rather than wine, works in the environment you are using?

Upon the first time opening it, it will ask about whether to store data in the application folder, or the user folder, defaulting to the later option: Mesen saves SRAM files with the filename of a ROM loaded, and a .sav extension, in a folder named as Saves: If one chooses for Mesen to store data on the user folder, one can find the folder where Mesen stores SRAM files in the next folder path:
~/.config/mesen/Saves

To load the example provided in the NTRQ archive with NTRQ, on Mesen, one may copy the file ntrq-example.nes in the NTRQ archive to the aforementioned Saves folder, and rename it to one of three, ntrq.sav, ntrq_NTSC.sav, or ntrq_PAL.sav, depending on which of the three ROMs in the NTRQ archive you use, then open the ROM by selecting the file; Mesen looks for the content of a SRAM file matching the filename of the ROM, when loading one in this way: If one previously loaded a ROM, it may be displayed on the emulator portion of the screen, from where one may also load it; however, upon loading a ROM using this menu, it will automatically load a savestate that by default Mesen creates when leaving a ROM, without regard of a SRAM file.

The Linux version of Bizhawk does works for me, calling the script withing the archive, after untarring it, with the next command:
./EmuHawkMono.sh

It stores SRAM files in the folder NES/SaveRAM relative to the executable: Using either, ntrq.nes, or ntrq_NTSC.nes, will create a SRAM file in the aforementioned folder, with the next filename:
NTRQ - NES Music Tracker v1.8NTSC by Neil Baldwin (PD).SaveRAM

When closing either ROM or emulator; if one uses ntrq_PAL.nes, it will create a SRAM file in, with the next filename instead:
NTRQ - NES Music Tracker v1.8PAL by Neil Baldwin (PD).SaveRAM

One may try the example NTRQ project provided in the NTRQ archive, by moving the file ntrq-example.sav in, to the previously mentioned folder named as SaveRAM, and rename it to either this filename:
NTRQ - NES Music Tracker v1.8NTSC by Neil Baldwin (PD).SaveRAM

If one intends to load that example project in any of both the ntrq.nes ROM, or the ntrq_NTSC.nes ROM in: If one intends to load the example project in ntrq_PAL.nes, ntrq-example.sav must be renamed to have the next filename, instead:
NTRQ - NES Music Tracker v1.8PAL by Neil Baldwin (PD).SaveRAM

You are welcome to share here about how making a setup for using NTRQ goes for you, and also to ask about any regarding the process of, or otherwise, if anything, nitrofurano!
 
 
140650
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #140650 :: 2021.04.22 12:54pm
@kleeder which nestopia version you used? 1.40 uses .nst format for load/save state, and found no access to sram dumps there - no idea how to use .sav there (in the worst scenario i'm a bit concerned about depending on conversions that would affect the iteration process... :S )

@Oli thanks that i had no idea that Mesen was a mono-based emulator - so i imagine that what differs sram dumps from savestates is that savestates also stores cpu registers? thanks for all info (i need to try everything and get used to the whole process - as distro i'm using Ubuntu 20.10 mostly (and BunsenLabs quite rarely) ) - anyway, i think that would be great having all that info (perhaps getting eventually more polished as documentation, regarding all emulators supporting 8kb .sav format, progressively?) somewhere in the lyceum? (i can't remember if level 8 is enough for editing it, or perhaps we can even use an etherpad link temporarily for that)
 
 
140652
Level 8 Playa
Oli
 
 
post #140652 :: 2021.04.22 1:36pm
  
  Jessica Robo and nitrofurano liēkd this
Yes - Ideally; there currently isn't a standard data structure format specification for NES emulators's to design their way to store a savestate file; so developers of, may come with their own ways to, and are free to decide what data of the machine gets saved in, and how: Ideally; they save the whole state of a system, including the registers and memory of every processor used in a particular game, along information about the system emulated, as region, state of physical dipswitches, and so on.

A .sav file, contains a portion of the main memory in a NES or Famicom system, between it's memory addresses 0x6000 and 0x7fff, inclusive, which is 0x2000 bytes long in hexadecimal, or 8192 bytes, or 8K bytes long in decimal: The 8K sector of memory between the, including, addresses 0x6000 and 0x7ff, is denominated as save RAM, or SRAM: It commonly was a RAM memory in a cartridge fed with a battery; for it to keep data stored after a system is powered off.
 
 
140655
Level 31 Chipist
kleeder
 
 
 
post #140655 :: 2021.04.22 2:28pm
  
  nitrofurano liēkd this
cant check the version rn, but youre confusing save/load state with the actual .sav file here. save/load state is .nst for every version iirc
 
 
140701
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #140701 :: 2021.04.25 4:32am
  
  cabbage drop and kleeder liēkd this
@Oli @kleeder - updated a bit the lyceum at https://battleofthebits.org/lyceum/View/NTRQ/ (also added a weblink to that more technical comment from @Oli here)
 
 
140840
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #140840 :: 2021.04.28 2:17am
a question: in submissions using samples, is it fine using them from bitpacks from xhb battles? perhaps we need to credit these battles?
 
 
140841
Level 28 Mixist
tennisers
 
 
 
post #140841 :: 2021.04.28 4:15am
  
  nitrofurano and argarak liēkd this
you dont have to credit your sources but you are welcome to.
 
 
140842
Level 19 Mixist
sethdonut
 
 
 
post #140842 :: 2021.04.28 6:43am
pxtone [x]
 
 
140844
Level 30 Mixist
Baron Knoxburry
 
 
 
post #140844 :: 2021.04.28 8:04am
  
  nitrofurano, puke7, kleeder and argarak liēkd this
i would also be careful not to accidently reuse copyrighted samples
things seem more lenient in XHBs
but will be met with more scrutiny in a major
 
 
140847
Level 31 Chipist
kleeder
 
 
 
post #140847 :: 2021.04.28 10:00am
  
  georges, Jakerson and puke7 liēkd this
ah damn
*removes never gonna give you up vocal samples from snibbe entry*
 
 
140865
Level 15 Mixist
sasami
 
 
post #140865 :: 2021.04.29 8:41am
[o] allgeeah

not sure if the thing i'm working on fits regular spring but i do feel that it suits 2021's pandemic-stricken spring somewhat
 
 
140884
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #140884 :: 2021.04.30 4:50am
  
  puke7 liēkd this
@Baron_Knoxburry perhaps xhb beghast page needs a reminder for hosters to please don't submit copyright contents in the bitpacks? i think that, hopefully, this would helps us a lot being safe from situations like this...
 
 
141038
Level 28 Hostist
puke7
 
 
 
post #141038 :: 2021.05.03 3:06pm
  
  cabbage drop, Savestate, ASIKWUSpulse, argarak, Ethlial and kleeder liēkd this
two new formats!!!

Human Voice and baby-k

\:D/
 
 
141040
Level 31 Chipist
kleeder
 
 
 
post #141040 :: 2021.05.03 3:14pm :: edit 2021.05.11 11:06am
  
  nitrofurano and puke7 liēkd this
NEW todo-list

[X] baby-k
 
 
141344
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #141344 :: 2021.05.08 2:11pm
  
  cabbage drop, tennisers and charlotte liēkd this
i guess would be cool having klangfreude format here as well?
 
 
141349
Level 17 Mixist
ordinate
 
 
 
post #141349 :: 2021.05.08 10:43pm
todo:

renoise, lgpt, baby-k, whatever
 
 
141359
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #141359 :: 2021.05.09 10:42am :: edit 2021.05.16 10:13am
so here is my "struggle" list (edit: deleting those i actually submitted... :D )
[] mt32 (no idea how to use munt)
[] vcv (no idea how that works even with tutorials... puredata seems easier to me, maybe because its similarities to old versions of max/msp )
 
 
141361
Level 28 Mixist
tennisers
 
 
 
post #141361 :: 2021.05.09 11:25am
  
  nitrofurano liēkd this
vcv and pd have very similar workflow so if you figure out one the other shouldn't be hard to understand the basics (though pd is less initially user-friendly than vcv)
 
 
141387
Level 17 Mixist
ordinate
 
 
 
post #141387 :: 2021.05.10 12:32pm
  
  Cepukka, now_its_dark, nitrofurano, big lumby, father, argarak, ipi, Viravax and doctorn0gloff liēkd this
can we please have an extension
 
 
141459
Level 31 Chipist
kleeder
 
 
 
post #141459 :: 2021.05.11 3:40pm
  
  sethdonut, nitrofurano, cabbage drop and argarak liēkd this
hello, this is an automated message.

there are currently: 5 formats with 0 entries.
please make sure to give these underrated formats some more love.
thank you.
 
 
141463
Level 26 Mixist
argarak
 
 
 
post #141463 :: 2021.05.11 4:55pm
  
  cabbage drop, nitrofurano, tennisers and kleeder liēkd this
gonna pure data this week. i hope i'm successful in making a thing !
 
 
141486
Level 23 Grafxicist
big lumby
 
 
 
post #141486 :: 2021.05.12 10:03am
  
  georges, now_its_dark and nitrofurano liēkd this
i too would like to humbly request an extension please
 
 
141504
Level 24 Chipist
BubblegumOctopus
 
 
 
post #141504 :: 2021.05.12 10:18pm
  
  georges, argarak, big lumby, now_its_dark, nitrofurano, Viravax and ordinate liēkd this
i....love....extension.....
 
 
141515
Level 12 XHBist
father
 
 
post #141515 :: 2021.05.13 8:38am :: edit 2021.05.13 8:40am
  
  georges, big lumby, now_its_dark and nitrofurano liēkd this
actually why dont we go ahead and close it up early

(this is a joke, extend would be nice pls)
 
 
141519
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #141519 :: 2021.05.13 2:12pm
  
  cabbage drop and kleeder liēkd this
@kleeder there are currently: 0 formats with 0 entries. ;)
 
 
141520
Level 31 Chipist
kleeder
 
 
 
post #141520 :: 2021.05.13 2:15pm
  
  sethdonut, argarak, puke7 and nitrofurano liēkd this
awesome! now lets get every format to 3 entries minimum!!!
 
 
141521
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #141521 :: 2021.05.13 2:26pm
in less than 3 days, not counting with "time extension"?
 
 
141532
Level 13 Chipist
MelonadeM
 
 
post #141532 :: 2021.05.13 5:54pm
  
  georges, argarak, sethdonut, cabbage drop and big lumby liēkd this
if extension happens, i may be able to enter another format. right now i'm kinda swamped by finals and other projects i need to cater to

if not, that's fine, there's always next year ofc and other compos!!
 
 
141535
Level 24 Chipist
Jakerson
 
 
 
post #141535 :: 2021.05.13 8:27pm
  
  georges, cabbage drop, father and kleeder liēkd this
56
 
 
141558
Level 16 Mixist
tael
 
 
post #141558 :: 2021.05.14 4:33pm
  
  georges, Cepukka, now_its_dark, ordinate and charlotte liēkd this
extension so poor little taely can use his meager free time to go vibes mode?
 
 
141561
Level 25 Mixist
damifortune
 
 
 
post #141561 :: 2021.05.14 9:48pm
  
  big lumby, argarak, tael, Cepukka and now_its_dark liēkd this
pls extend me so i can write more than 0.5 songs before this deadline. life has gotten in the way of prolificity
 
 
141565
Level 21 Chipist
Lincent
 
 
 
post #141565 :: 2021.05.15 3:53am
  
  now_its_dark and georges liēkd this
spring feels a bit extended this year
 
 
141569
Level 14 Chipist
Luigi64
 
 
post #141569 :: 2021.05.15 6:25am
  
  now_its_dark, Lincent, Cepukka, georges and father liēkd this
expand
 
 
141570
Level 31 Chipist
kleeder
 
 
 
only 136 entries??????????
this sounds like a job for: the extension (tm)

[new idea: if you submit to a format with less than x% entries compared to the total amount, you get y boons. this way we might create more interest in less common formats aka why is everyone allgearing if we have such beautiful formats like pandatracker :O
 
 
141594
Level 12 Chipist
tenryuu
 
 
post #141594 :: 2021.05.16 6:39am
  
  nitrofurano, Luigi64 and Jakerson liēkd this
a
 
 
141602
Level 13 Chipist
MelonadeM
 
 
post #141602 :: 2021.05.16 10:18am
  
  Cepukka and Jakerson liēkd this
b
 
 
141603
Level 8 Playa
Oli
 
 
post #141603 :: 2021.05.16 10:20am
  
  Jakerson liēkd this
c
 
 
141604
Level 24 Chipist
Jakerson
 
 
 
post #141604 :: 2021.05.16 10:23am
  
  Luigi64 liēkd this
d
 
 
141605
Level 16 Mixist
tael
 
 
post #141605 :: 2021.05.16 10:46am
  
  nitrofurano, Xaser, Cepukka, sethdonut and Jakerson liēkd this
[e]xtension
 
 
141606
Level 14 XHBist
Cepukka
 
 
post #141606 :: 2021.05.16 12:28pm
  
  Xaser liēkd this
f("Spring Tracks X", "add", 7, dayCounter)
 
 
141609
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #141609 :: 2021.05.16 1:29pm
g
 
 
141615
Level 12 Chipist
birdrun
 
 
post #141615 :: 2021.05.16 4:39pm
  
  nitrofurano and Oli liēkd this
hi
 
 
141622
Level 20 Chipist
nitrofurano
 
 
 
post #141622 :: 2021.05.17 6:39am :: edit 2021.05.17 9:12am
where from can we find good vcvrack and munt tutorials, simple and useful enough for helping us submitting something in this week? ;) - talking about mt-32, is submitting a midi file (made from whatever editor) that plays fine on munt (mt32emu) enough, since it seems only supposed to get the audio rendering from there?
 
 

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