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This isn't something OpenMPT can do by itself, and even though recording is planned to be added at some point, it would probably not support traditional a looper setup. Maybe there are VST plugins though that can do that, I would try to research that.
Help and Questions / Would it be possible to live-loop w/ guitars & bass?
« Last post by 2kan on July 11, 2020, 13:25:43 »
I love the way Trackers work and ever since I started getting into OpenMPT and trackers overall about a year ago, I've long felt way more comfortable, skillful, and interested in them than I am with DAWs - at least for making electronic-oriented music, predominantly breakcore and IDM.
Despite that, on the side I play with a band, and I like to play guitar and bass myself and often make music that use those instruments, played live, or looped / recorded. I've found ways to make this work with Reaper and FL Studio, but I've been wanting to program breaks & sounds with a Tracker instead, routing all of my live looping through it instead.
I know I can pre-record a sample and then put it in a pattern and so on, but I'm wondering if there's any way I could just leave the program looping in the background with some drum patterns or keys, and play/jam over it recording my bass lines and guitar melodies over it just overdubbing them so I can make a song or a jam with myself on the go.
I'm not sure if there's any way to do this but I haven't found anything and I can't figure out a way for it myself. I really like working on purely electronic music in OpenMPT but I was wondering if ways I could implement my real live playing into it, aside from just sampling and mangling my own pre-made recordings. Cheers!
General Chatter / Re: Colour scheme exchange
« Last post by RexyWood on July 10, 2020, 20:31:16 »
I'm fairly new to this, but what do you guys think of my ProTracker-based color scheme?
All slide commands, except for "fine" and "extra-fine" slides, are executed on all ticks but the first. Since there is only a "first" tick at speed 1, the slide will not do anything. Some very old OpenMPT versions also executed slides at speed 1 if I remember correctly, but that behaviour is wrong (incompatible with other trackers).
Help and Questions / Re: Portamento E command not working with audio sample
« Last post by oxxi on July 09, 2020, 23:31:27 »
Well I was able to resolve it by adjusting the tick speed to 2 instead of one. I don't remember having to do this before  ;D
Help and Questions / Portamento E command not working with audio sample
« Last post by oxxi on July 09, 2020, 23:24:40 »
I can't seem to pitch slide down with the E command on a sample. Perhaps my track is too fast but if that's the case then that's unfortunate since it works with other tempos. Here is a link to see a video of the issue:
I wanted to listen to this remix again and I clicked the mp3 and the link is wrong, it links to a different song. The link to the mptm is Ok, though!
Thank you for your remix  ;D ;D ;D

Will you upload the mptm file? That would be cool.
General Chatter / Re: S3M Percussion Channels?
« Last post by Saga Musix on July 07, 2020, 06:59:20 »
No, ST2 did not have AdLib support. To make this clear once and forever: This feature was never implemented anywhere, and there is no way to implement it because it's not even defined anywhere how this patch data should look like in an S3M file. The information from that website is from the original TECH.DOC coming with ST3, indicating that this feature was probably planned but never implemented properly. And no, it won't happen in MPTM either, my last answer still stands.
General Chatter / Re: S3M Percussion Channels?
« Last post by nikku4211 on July 07, 2020, 03:27:41 »
Okay, did this work in previous versions of ScreamTracker, like ScreamTracker 2 or something?

I don't know where this web page got the information from if none of them supported it.
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