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Offline tacha

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Hi guys!
« on: July 31, 2017, 19:12:06 »
Hola chicos! un honor entrar en este foro.

Paso a presenarme. Comencé a crer música con computadoras allá por el año 1992 cuando mi padre me regaló una TK90 (ZX Spectrum´s Brazilian clone), donde "trackeaba" en un programa llamado  "WHAM! The Music Box". También hacía música de 1bit con el beeper del BASIC de ésta misma. Luego de 2 años trabajé duro para comprarme una ZX Spectrum +2 grey, donde desde BASIC podía programar el chip de sonido AY-3-8912. En esos mismos años un amigo tenía su primer 386 y en él programabamos música con el Fast TrackerII, una pasada. Cuando mi hermano menor se compró el primer pentium1 me pasé a MOD PLUG TRACKER, donde pude descubrir las maravillas de éste programa. A los pocos años tuve que pasarme a una DAW en la cual trabajé durante años como Music&Sound Designer en una empresa de animación 3D. Pero fué hace un par de años, cuando tuve que volver a recurrir a mi tan amado ModPlug, cuando comencé a trackear para la AMIGA 500.

Bueno, solo quería contaros un poco de mi. En estos días subiré algunos de mis Tracks.

Saludos a todos y todas!
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Hi guys! An honor to enter this forum.

I'll introduce myself. I started to believe music with computers back in 1992 when my father gave me a TK90 (ZX Spectrum's Brazilian clone), where i "tracked" in a program called "WHAM! The Music Box". I also made 1bit music with the BASIC beeper of this TK90. After 2 years I worked hard to buy a ZX Spectrum +2 gray, where from BASIC I could program the sound chip AY-3-8912. In those same years a friend had his first 386 and in it we programmed music with the Fast TrackerII. When my younger brother bought the first pentium1 I switched to MOD PLUG TRACKER, where I was able to discover the wonders of this program. Within a few years I had to move to a DAW where I worked for years as Music & Sound Designer in a 3D animation company. But it was a couple of years ago, when I had to go back to my beloved ModPlug, when I started to track for the AMIGA 500.

Well, I just wanted to tell you a little of me. These days I will upload some of my Tracks.

Greetings to all!

Offline tacha

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Re: Hi guys!
« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2017, 19:17:30 »
PS: well, I also use other trackers for different consoles. DefleMask is a great tracker where you can make music for different RETRO Consoles and computers. Without going any further, I'm doing two games for the SEGA Genesis. I have also created my own TRACKER for the ZX SPECTRUM + 3e, where my patterns often flow quickly. I commented that I created the music of a game with a retro look called PIXEL CUP SOCCER 16, one of the songs I composed entirely with my own ZX Spectrum tracker. Long life to the retro!

Offline Saga Musix

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Re: Hi guys!
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2017, 00:08:17 »
Welcome to the forums. ;)
» No support, bug reports, feature requests via private messages - they will not be answered. Use the forums and the issue tracker so that everyone can benefit from your post.

Offline FreezeFlame(Alchemy)

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Re: Hi guys!
« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2017, 17:47:40 »
Welcome, tacha.
Blue Flames of the Night.

Was known as Alchemy before(with an Dialga picture).