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Re: Let’s talk about CHIPTRACKERS and writing Chiptune music!

Postby Ben Asaro » Mon Sep 10, 2018 4:26 pm

Quick update: I am steadily working my way through my first Chiptune arrangement! It's a cover of a rather well-known song and hopefully my version will do it justice. (I will have a live singer singing over it) I am still very much in the "note entering" stage; I will still have to go through everything and apply "effects", like panning (?! lol). The balance is pretty good thus far and I am getting the knack of entering values in hex!
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Re: Let’s talk about CHIPTRACKERS and writing Chiptune music!

Postby Martin Walker » Mon Sep 10, 2018 5:40 pm

Ben Asaro wrote:I am getting the knack of entering values in hex!

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Re: Let’s talk about CHIPTRACKERS and writing Chiptune music!

Postby Ben Asaro » Mon Sep 10, 2018 5:44 pm

Oh, one thing that drives me up a wall is when I enter the perfect series of notes (it's a much bigger adjustment going from horizontal to vertical note values than I thought it would be) only to find out that I had the wrong instrument selected and have to go back and edit the instrument value!! Grrrr!!! lol (#FirstWorldProblems)
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