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Well, I have been trying to find a perfect looping point for my samples with OpenMPT, but I cant seem to make it not sound like its crackling, along with not sounding like intended. Is there a better way to do this rather than slowly changing the looping point? I can send the samples, if you guys want, but I dunno if that will be necessary or not.
A nice song over nine minutes long. Kind of moody and relaxing at the same time ;)

I plan on making similar, more atmospheric songs like this in the near future. I could possibly finish as soon as today xD

Help and Questions / Re: bridged plugins questions
« Last post by Saga Musix on June 23, 2016, 23:29:30 »
Okay, there was a more hidden download link on their website, so now I have that Auxiter plugin. As far as I can tell there is no difference in the GUI behaviour when using the bridged version compared to the non-bridged version. So either the plugin is buggy or it's an intentional demo limitation.
Help and Questions / Re: bridged plugins questions
« Last post by Saga Musix on June 23, 2016, 22:39:29 »
This is not a general plugin bridge limitation so I'd rather fix the issue concerning this specific plug, but the author seems to have discontinued it and there's no way to still download it from their website.
You can already edit the parameters of every plugin (even those with a custom GUI) in the General tab as a fallback anyway.
Help and Questions / bridged plugins questions
« Last post by ndelay33 on June 23, 2016, 22:13:02 »
hello people!
so when i use bridged x32 plugins in my x64 modplug i cant control paramenters via plugins GUI. But great oldskool plugins like MDA - they dont have any GUI, so i can control and even record parametres changes there...
is it possible to add button "switch to not GUI interface" in the options section on a plugin window. like here on pic attached
maybe any suggestions how can i control and record parametrs change to the pattern ?

thanks for the soft, its 14 years im on it :)
Help and Questions / Re: The notes
« Last post by Enumeratingw7 on June 22, 2016, 22:54:12 »
B# and E# are identical pitch to C and F. An octave makes up 12 semitones. Personally, if you don't know, I recommend learning some sheet music and/or some clef (treble/bass) as it might help better understand the relationship between the notes presented on the staff.
Free Music Downloads / Re: [Disco] Boogie Tonight (Sound Cloud)
« Last post by Saga Musix on June 22, 2016, 19:57:12 »
Nice disco tune, not a big fan of the synthesized vocals though.
Free Music Downloads / [Disco] Boogie Tonight (Sound Cloud)
« Last post by sorano2002 on June 22, 2016, 15:51:49 »
Vocal Ver.

composed using VSTI

background guitar - Real LPC + GuitarRig5
Wow guitar - Liquidinstrument + GuitarRig5
Drum - Ezdrummer
Bass - Trillogy
Synth - Atmospear
Brass - Liquidinstrument
Vocal & Rap : VocalForge

Thanks for listen
Help and Questions / Re: Channel Mixing/Layer
« Last post by Saga Musix on June 21, 2016, 18:49:22 »
Well, yes, I'd either find another sample to combine it with and then duplicate the channels, or mix two samples together through WAV Export, so that you only need to use one pattern channel. It gives you less control but takes less space.
Help and Questions / Re: The notes
« Last post by Saga Musix on June 21, 2016, 18:48:19 »
Unless you are using custom tunings, every octave consists of the notes C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B - pretty much the standard note names like you will find it in many places other than OpenMPT. The number of octaves varies between module, formats, so e.g. C-0 does not exist in all formats supported by OpenMPT.
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