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Wizard MaC from Grijpskerke on 2001-07-05 18:40 [#00012533]



Check out 2 of my tracks (in XM-format) on TraxInSpace.com!

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Scary Bear on 2001-07-05 23:31 [#00012584]



What do you sound like?

Sorry, can't be arsed to go there at the moment but I am
curious.


 

Wizard MaC from Grijpskerke on 2001-07-05 23:37 [#00012585]



I sound like everything and nothing.

More clear:
Sometimes a bit like Aphex, sometimes totally different.
But always creative, I hope.



 

Scary Bear on 2001-07-06 00:06 [#00012604]



Shit dude I am listening to children and cheese. I have to
admit this is good shit dude. Only thing I'd say is that
there is a certain je ne ce quas about it that puts it down.
I don't know what. Ooh just got the "cheese always makes me
hungry", phat tune. Fair play man time and practice and
you'll be fucking cool, not that you aren't already.
Cool-er.

Ducks fountain ain't starting.

I triedto write a review but I couldn't be arsed to sign up,
sorry.


 

Scary Bear on 2001-07-06 00:13 [#00012607]



OK now listening to ducks fountain. Yeah first few seconds
and I would say this is cool, but in a COMPLETELY different
way to te last one. It reminds me of ID Lab for some reason.
Do you listen to him? (he on MP3.com)

Both of your tracks have bits that sound like they are taken
from those oldschool nintendo console games.

Tell me one thing tho what is up with this weird file
format? It is smaller than MP3 when zipped up and plays
longer. Is this more like midi or something?

haha "Greetings, gwe have now taken over your radio!"

I tell you one thing these little lines you put into your
music are PHAT!


 

clobe smith from over here on 2001-07-06 03:02 [#00012619]



downloading now. please excuse my slow connection. give me
a few more hours


 

clobe smith from over here on 2001-07-06 03:17 [#00012621]



chilldren & cheese! is cool. downloading ducks behind the
fountain now.

(do you have any more?)


 

rF : rob fragilenine from here on 2001-07-06 06:30 [#00012629]



wizard mac: you use trackers too? I'll check out your music
now, meanwhile my tracker music is at
members.fortunecity.com/fragilenine/naxmusic.html

rF


 

evolume from seattle washington U.S.a on 2001-07-06 06:36 [#00012631]



where can i get a player for that xm format?


 

evolume from seattle washington U.S.a on 2001-07-06 06:57 [#00012639]



ok i found a player
so i am listening to ducks behind the fountain:
not bad. the synth and the piano sound a little stock
though. and i think the percussion sounds could use a little
more variety but other than that it is pretty phat. good
melodies. try mastering your tracks with a program like
t-racks to spread out the stereo and and give it a little
warm analogue tube feel.


 

Wizard MaC from Grijpskerke on 2001-07-06 10:17 [#00012681]



Thanks for these positive reactions guys!

XM is the file-format of Fasttracker2, and that's why it
maybe sounds a bit "dry".
(Fasttracker2 isn't compatible to plugins or something.)
I also make music in TraxVox, another tracker with a much
more pro-sounding quality, but a weird file format (.XFM)

The story behind putting 2 XM tracks on Traxinspace is that
I have't got my own internetconnection so I'm putting them
on internet via a friend, so at the moment I can't do things
like mastering in MP3 and things like that.

A week ago I mastered 13 tracks (after transforming them to
WAVs) in CoolEdit95 and burned them on CD.




 

Wizard MaC from Grijpskerke on 2001-07-06 10:20 [#00012684]



BTW I'm sorry I haven't got my own internetconnection,
because I'm still really curious to music from other people
on this site, but unfortunately I just can't check them
out.

Trackers and other ph*cking software are found on
hitsquad.com



 


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