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Walter Vos
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05 2005 17:15    
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Not really friendly, but very true indeed hahaha.


what is hip?

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N0N
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05 2005 20:44    
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Incase we all forget, save often..

If you have a "real" instrument that can be tuned, then do so before every session, and maybe a couple of times during it.

Don't be afraid to do things you don't normally do, music is art so be an artist or something.


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Elijah
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 06 2005 01:22    
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N0N wrote:
music is art so be an artist or something.



lol Laughing Laughing Laughing

well put!


- Elijah
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Inge
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 06 2005 12:14    
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Aight! The list is up to date again. I'll try to put it online tonight in html, so everyone can browse through them and make comments.

And keep those tips coming! The more, the merrier, the happier, the less Prozac needed, undsoweiter, etc. You know the drill.

N0N wrote:
If you have an instrument that can be tuned, then do so before every session, and maybe a couple of times during it.


I think you mean a 'real' instrument, and not the tuning function inside MadTracker? I assume that Yannick didn't make MadTracker *that* realistic that instruments fall out of tune after using them too often Razz


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N0N
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 06 2005 14:46    
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oh yea, a real one hehe.

If your writing a song and realize your not wereing any pants, go put some on. if 15 min. latter you realize again your not wereing any pants, fear. FEAR! DAMn you, *sob* Crying or Very sad

wow, ok maybe dont put that one lol.

There are many, many places to volumize your samples. It is best to stick to one of them and use the others as needed.

The best thing about working with Madtracker is, you can play with yourself all day and your parents could still be proud of you.

You are guaranteed to spend more time looking for, and listing too, samples, then you are in actuall time in writing a song. Well at first anyways.

It is better to get up and goto the bathroom then it is to soil yourself waiting for parts you just edited to get played. (I know I've had many close calls, haven't crossed that line yet, maybe when I'm 80 or 90, then by that time I won't care)

I'm a little tea cup short and stout, here is my handle, here is my spout, tip me over sideways and pour me out, blah blah blah ahh **** it. This is going nowhere.

hmm.. maybe I shouldn't try to put the "Mad" in Madtracker.

On the prerelease its a little hard to read some of the Italisized words (however thats spelt). But cool none the less.
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Elijah
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 07 2005 00:35    
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okay...

Idea if possible try to add live instrumental loops. it adds a lot of body to the song - even if it is just an 8 bar melody.


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Comatose
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 07 2005 01:34    
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Keyboards and popcorn don't mix! Wink
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D Vibe
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 07 2005 15:35    
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Inge wrote:
I assume that Yannick didn't make MadTracker *that* realistic that instruments fall out of tune after using them too often Razz


The laugh of today Very Happy

/Daniel


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Inge
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 10 2005 22:53    
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http://quinone.madtracker.net/tips.htm

Any feedback appreciated!

Inge


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LogicDeLuxe
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 10 2005 23:44    
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There's a newline missing in front of "Name your samples...".

I never saw "Don't join the loudness race..." here in the forum tips nor in the MadTracker tip window, while I saw all of the others up to the RC5 release several times. Coincidence or a bug?
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Walter Vos
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 10 2005 23:47    
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Coincidence i think. I've seen it plenty of times.


what is hip?

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Inge
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 10 2005 23:47    
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Solved. Thank you!

Inge


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D Vibe
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 10 2005 23:55    
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Idea If you have a question and/or a problem with Madtracker, do not hesitate to write in the forum at http://www.madtracker.org, or checkout the IRC-channel (info found on site which's address was mentioned above..). The Madtracker community are known to be friendly and helpful Wink.
Please checkout the FAQ first though, which is also placed on the site mentioned above.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 11 2005 10:25    
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Quote:
Shift-Tab after creating a new track to go straight to that track. Idea



This one doesn't seem to work now in the new versions.


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Powerdown
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 11 2005 11:17    
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Place your mouse cursor above the number behind [BPM] to get the exact BPM value. This is essential to synchronize your ReWire host with MadTracker, or to use exported songs in mixing programs for exact beatsynchronizing.


When you run the song the same will happen, and when I use Tracktion as the rewire host it will set the wright BPM automatically.

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So spoke the wise man.
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