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the second one sounds like your trying to make a personal theme song. one that plays when you enter a room for example. shoort and sweet.

thanks, it's actually (forgot to mention it) a file i had forgotten i found it on my hard drive recently. this version is unfinished and i already posted the finished version a while ago, maybe I should fusion them together because this one's got good bleepy stuff that the actual finished version doesn't have...

 

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The timbres sound so organic and detailed - did you get all the sounds from an actual Atari?

they're all made with maXYMiser (a tracker for atari: http://www.preromanb....com/maxymiser/ ) but they're rendered with jam player under windows (it's a multiplatform player that plays the original atari files emulating the yamaha YM2149 chip that was inside the atari) i plan to render them on my real atari but i just don't have it with me now. jam is a great player for those files though.

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the second one sounds like your trying to make a personal theme song. one that plays when you enter a room for example. shoort and sweet.

thanks, it's actually (forgot to mention it) a file i had forgotten i found it on my hard drive recently. this version is unfinished and i already posted the finished version a while ago, maybe I should fusion them together because this one's got good bleepy stuff that the actual finished version doesn't have...

 

http://soundcloud.com/yan_g/yqn-chip-hop

 

cool. ye it's a bit crude. and the other is a bit short. def cool though.

 

also, just listened to that chambers of shaolin mad max theme track. straight up bitching :D

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also, just listened to that chambers of shaolin mad max theme track. straight up bitching :D

i don't know i it's this one you played but in case... when the beat kicks in, wow!

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The timbres sound so organic and detailed - did you get all the sounds from an actual Atari?

they're all made with maXYMiser (a tracker for atari: http://www.preromanb....com/maxymiser/ ) but they're rendered with jam player under windows (it's a multiplatform player that plays the original atari files emulating the yamaha YM2149 chip that was inside the atari) i plan to render them on my real atari but i just don't have it with me now. jam is a great player for those files though.

can i render a midi file in jam player? or it only renders original atari files? i really never got my way around trackers :facepalm:

 

if so, what pc software should i use to emulate this kind of 8-bit atari sound???

you know, like pixelord etc...

 

oh btw, lovely tracks, looks like you're not a zomby afterall

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oh btw, lovely tracks, looks like you're not a zomby afterall

 

that's fighting talk, imo

yan is idm god. tho i'm lagging behind on his music. just got last yaer's sparkling in FLAC :)

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The timbres sound so organic and detailed - did you get all the sounds from an actual Atari?

they're all made with maXYMiser (a tracker for atari: http://www.preromanb....com/maxymiser/ ) but they're rendered with jam player under windows (it's a multiplatform player that plays the original atari files emulating the yamaha YM2149 chip that was inside the atari) i plan to render them on my real atari but i just don't have it with me now. jam is a great player for those files though.

can i render a midi file in jam player? or it only renders original atari files? i really never got my way around trackers :facepalm:

 

if so, what pc software should i use to emulate this kind of 8-bit atari sound???

you know, like pixelord etc...

 

oh btw, lovely tracks, looks like you're not a zomby afterall

thanks :)

 

jam will only render sndh files. i don't know if sndh are specific to atari, they might be compatible with any machine using the yamaha YM2149 chip, i'm not sure.

 

to get these sounds you can either use the ymVST that emulates the YM2149:

http://www.preromanbritain.com/ymvst/

 

or you can use ST emulators and your beloved trackers :)

my fave ST emulator is steem: http://steem.atari.st/index.htm

my fave tracker on ST is maxYMiser: http://www.preromanb....com/maxymiser/

 

you will need a TOS image to run the emulator (TOS = The Operating System), i suggest to download all TOS versions from the steem website. i can't remember which one works best for maxYMiser. try them from most recent to most ancient and try running maxYMiser until you find a TOS that can run it (might be the first try).

 

you will have to set up a directory to be the emulated ST hard drive, and copy the maxYMiser files there. then once you run the ST you will have to add an icon for drive C (check the menus, see picture attached).

 

i guess it's simpler to use the vst :)

 

prog threads eh :sup:

 

yann_g's got more soul than a sock with a hole

:)

 

oh btw, lovely tracks, looks like you're not a zomby afterall

 

that's fighting talk, imo

yan is idm god. tho i'm lagging behind on his music. just got last yaer's sparkling in FLAC :)

idm god indeed, hope you like the album :)

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yan is idm god. tho i'm lagging behind on his music. just got last yaer's sparkling in FLAC :)

are you Ezra Jacobs??? if so thanks a wagon!

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The timbres sound so organic and detailed - did you get all the sounds from an actual Atari?

they're all made with maXYMiser (a tracker for atari: http://www.preromanb....com/maxymiser/ ) but they're rendered with jam player under windows (it's a multiplatform player that plays the original atari files emulating the yamaha YM2149 chip that was inside the atari) i plan to render them on my real atari but i just don't have it with me now. jam is a great player for those files though.

can i render a midi file in jam player? or it only renders original atari files? i really never got my way around trackers :facepalm:

 

if so, what pc software should i use to emulate this kind of 8-bit atari sound???

you know, like pixelord etc...

 

oh btw, lovely tracks, looks like you're not a zomby afterall

thanks :)

 

jam will only render sndh files. i don't know if sndh are specific to atari, they might be compatible with any machine using the yamaha YM2149 chip, i'm not sure.

 

to get these sounds you can either use the ymVST that emulates the YM2149:

http://www.preromanbritain.com/ymvst/

 

or you can use ST emulators and your beloved trackers :)

my fave ST emulator is steem: http://steem.atari.st/index.htm

my fave tracker on ST is maxYMiser: http://www.preromanb....com/maxymiser/

 

you will need a TOS image to run the emulator (TOS = The Operating System), i suggest to download all TOS versions from the steem website. i can't remember which one works best for maxYMiser. try them from most recent to most ancient and try running maxYMiser until you find a TOS that can run it (might be the first try).

 

you will have to set up a directory to be the emulated ST hard drive, and copy the maxYMiser files there. then once you run the ST you will have to add an icon for drive C (check the menus, see picture attached).

 

i guess it's simpler to use the vst :)

 

thank you very much kind sir, i'll stick with the vst for a while :sup:

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