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Velvet Studio by Velvet
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release date : december 1997
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popularity : 52%
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alltime top: #25809
added on the 2015-01-13 12:37:48 by jmph jmph

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Brilliant yet underused tracker. Haven't played with this one nearly enough. Comes with wav writer & nice pdf manual.
rulez added on the 2015-01-13 12:41:18 by jmph jmph
rulez added on the 2015-01-13 18:25:32 by alk alk
aka Extreme's Tracker in its earlier incarnations. An intersting tool.
rulez added on the 2015-01-13 21:43:41 by Saga Musix Saga Musix
extremely underrated.
rulez added on the 2023-02-15 19:33:41 by cs127 cs127
This tracker has a lot of interersting features. It has tons of options to play with. It might be underrated, but in my opinion it has some annoying flaws that should have been fixed long ago. The most important thing is that it lacks a decent "record mode". It's impossible to keep a steady rhythm when entering notes on the fly. The notes entered always fall into the wrong place. I remember I wrote an e-mail to Baldric years ago hoping he could address this issue. I got a long and "cryptic" answer. I'm not sure he understood what I meant. ;-)

Secondly, it has no "volume ramping mode/anti click mode" like the one found in FastTracker II (or in more modern trackers). This is an important feature which is a "must" in an audio sample based tracker like this, I think.

As the source code was released to the public 10 years ago, someone could in theory fix these issues. Is there anyone out there up to the task?

added on the 2023-07-31 09:14:35 by Jeano Jeano

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