Music tutorial

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Por jpgrobler

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03-12-2004, 17:53

Hi

Is there a tutorial on msx music trackers? ec oracle atc
How to write music using them for a novice

THanks

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Por wolf_

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03-12-2004, 19:03

not that I know of .. just write them questions here .. I've no exp. with Oracle tho, but MB, MBwave and MBFM, as well as general composition/arrange-techniques should do fine Smile

Por snout

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03-12-2004, 22:31

Wolf, where is your mind? The Oracle package contains 7 Wolf songs! ^_^

Por wolf_

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03-12-2004, 22:38

Those are MB songs ^____^

Por snout

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03-12-2004, 22:39

You were expecting someone to post this, weren't you? Tongue

Por wolf_

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03-12-2004, 22:43

uh no Smile It'a just a common misunderstanding that I used Oracle .. I couldn't even technically run it on my msx back then. And secondly, it came out in a time when I was way less interested in composing on MSX ..

Por IC

Hero (557)

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04-12-2004, 15:29

I'm happy to hear that you didn't completely lost interest in MSX composing cauz I still think you have the touch Wink

Por wolf_

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04-12-2004, 15:37

well, MB was simply worn-out, and 640k in an opl4 does make a difference .. anyway .. back to the topic ..

IF question THEN
answer
ELSE
nothing but blahblahhere Smile
ENDIF

Por jpgrobler

Master (155)

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04-12-2004, 17:56

I open oracle on my msx. I am greeted with a big editable screen I do not understand.
What do I do?

Por wolf_

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04-12-2004, 18:23

ask for help Smile ..which I can't give .. :\

But uhm, you *do* know the basic concept of a tracker, right?

Por Jorito

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04-12-2004, 19:54

Tried RTFM? I think Oracle comes with a manual, and otherwise you could always read the Moonblaster (1.4/FM/Wave) manual to get an idea. If you know 1 tracker, you know most of them Smile

With some concrete questions we can help, of course. I think 'I want to make music, tell me how' is a bit too broad Tongue

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