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MAIN demoparty #3- 2008, october 16-17-18-19

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haha quel foutage de gueule ;)
added on the 2008-10-11 17:50:05 by _-_-__ _-_-__
kaneel arrête de poster sur ce thread stp.
ici c'est les gens qui vont à la mainparty.
kthxbyelmao.
added on the 2008-10-11 18:17:16 by willbe willbe
doh jeudi 22h je devrais pouvoir le faire si personne ne se propose, car bon je sais meme pas ou est marseille donc enccore moins la gare ......
added on the 2008-10-11 18:29:16 by 24 24
6 days ... pfff
added on the 2008-10-11 20:11:02 by 24 24
les remote entry sont autorisees? il me semble avoir vu une regle comme quoi pour avoir un prix il faut etre a la party, mais cela sous entend donc que c'est ok?
added on the 2008-10-11 20:32:39 by nystep nystep
remote entry ok, on va préciser les règles
ya une competition de telecommande? on fait quoi avec ?
added on the 2008-10-11 22:41:47 by 24 24
zapping...
added on the 2008-10-11 22:48:44 by EviL EviL
I find a bit silly that .mod format is not allowed for chiptune compo !
Don't you know that the chiptune term is born with .mod? Before .mod, "a chiptune" was, "a tune". Then to differenciate sample music mods from bip blop mods, the word chiptune appeared.
Why do you whish to erase ten years of history of chip music ?

En gros, j'étais en train de motiver Gandbox pour qu'il vienne, et paf, impossible pour lui de participer avec un de ses mods inconnus sorti du coffre fort !
Quant à m'obliger à faire un sid alors que ça fait 15 ans que j'ai pas allumé un C64 pour autre chose que voir s'il marchait encore, c'est du vice ! Heureusement il y a goatTracker. Mais bon je l'avais encore jamais utilisé... C'est ergonomique comme un rabot en pain d'épice...

No, Franchely, the mecs, you're deconning, là...
added on the 2008-10-11 22:55:22 by doh doh
Ra, j'ai essayé de t'envoyer un mail chez mo5.
added on the 2008-10-11 23:06:24 by doh doh
Pareil, avant moi j'croyais que la chiptune c'était du module.
mod/xm avec filesize limit de 10kb ftw !
added on the 2008-10-11 23:14:15 by willbe willbe
Ouais c'est vrai merde... après on se plaint que les jeunes d'aujourd'hui savent plus faire sonner un tracker merde!
Et encore, moi je dis ça comme ça.. mais un chiptune qui fait 10kb c'est drolesque, un morceau electronica avec la même taille tout de suite ya plus personne hein.

(et je poste ici si je veux bon sang de bonsoir :D)
added on the 2008-10-11 23:40:56 by __ __
dod_drd, I open a thread on BBS with as title "The origin of Chip Music Composing".

As far as I remember that in the IRIS NY Conference in 1992, a guy from IRIS deliberately used very low-sized sample on which he applied many efects (appregiato, pitch ...) to make his song to sound like a, say 64 zik. He certainly reduced the size of some samples from the ST-0x floppy disk in order to get small-sized zik. My question is whether in doing this he aimed at reducing the size of his .mod or if he wanted to simulate song that sound like chip msuic, or may be both ?

But to me, the first guy who has done that is Uncle Tom in "Mental Hagover" of Scoopex in 1990.
added on the 2008-10-11 23:41:21 by ulrick ulrick
I'm not so sure they are erasing "ten years of chipmusic".
At this very moment, less and less people are using trackers to make music and there is a kind of trend around the "chipmusic" through the "8bit scene" (mostly around nes and gb) and its not so stupid to link these people with the demoscene.

The fact multichannels compos are disappearing is really making me sad though. They are replaced by "executable music" compos, stream music compos, whatever... I don't remind much actual parties with multichan compos except evoke.
added on the 2008-10-11 23:50:27 by __ __
This discussion induces nostalzik feelings to me. I share your feeling kaneel about multichannels compos.

But I can't say if this is because I started doing CGM with Karsten Obarski's tracker in 1988 that is too long a time ago if this is because tracking is best with many objective respects. Renoise is really good.
added on the 2008-10-12 00:09:41 by ulrick ulrick
Let me correct my last sentence before the last.

But I can't say if I share you feelings kaneel because I started doing CGM with Karsten Obarski's tracker in 1988 -- that is too long a time ago --, or if this is because tracking is best with many objective respects.
added on the 2008-10-12 00:11:48 by ulrick ulrick
Hi guys, I think that that discussion on tracking and chip music should move to BBS "The origin of Chip Music Composing" :) ?
added on the 2008-10-12 00:14:06 by ulrick ulrick
J'ai un mauvais souvenir des mods à 10KB. A la ST(ART), j'ai du présenter ma chiptune dans la catégorie mp3 parcequ'elle dépassait 10KB zippée...
Quand on fait du F04, les patterns, même zippé ça prend de la place...
allez, je vous le fait à 16KB... ;)
added on the 2008-10-12 00:19:59 by doh doh
Well... I'm not so oldschool, I discovered tracking before 1999 but at this time I was only listenning to module. It must be around 99 I really started to want to write my own stuff. But well, the nostalgic feeling of opening a module, watching inside, discovering new methods, adapting them to my tunes, finishing a track, sharing it on irc.
All these tracking groups from the late 90s (FM, NOiSE, Milk, TDR or charlie brown...) really "made me" and when people ask me about how come my music sound this way, I can't help but tell them about soundtracking.

And yeah, renoise rocks hard... though I'm working with schismtracker these weeks for the simple fun of it, exporting per instruments and postproducing. It's fun to notice I have a different approach of writing with this tool.
added on the 2008-10-12 00:23:57 by __ __
@doh: 12kb c'est mon record personnel, pas réussi à dépasser ça et encore, ça sonnait pas gégé. Par contre, 24kb et 8 minutes à base d'intense "pattern loops / speed changing", j'étais content, bien que les gens trouvaient que la zik était un peu ennuyeuse.
added on the 2008-10-12 00:25:12 by __ __
Mais qu'est-ce que tu racontes Kaneel. Tu parles comme un jeun's !
intense "pattern loops / speed changing" waouh, le truc de guedin !
T'avais mis masse de phase shift ou pas ?
added on the 2008-10-12 00:28:10 by doh doh
Phase shift à base de "double ta channel et met du FF1 dans tous les sens?" Hmmm pas là... j'aime bien le faire parfois.. avec un note delay très fin ça sonne plus chorus par contre!
added on the 2008-10-12 00:30:56 by __ __
les compos chiptunes à la ltp n'étaient pas 10kb?
added on the 2008-10-12 01:04:27 by _-_-__ _-_-__
@doh: ctc sur mon website
added on the 2008-10-12 03:27:01 by 24 24
ctc ? c'est encore du RTEL ça :)
added on the 2008-10-12 09:32:23 by faraday faraday

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