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Sounds like movie music to me. Nice work, and very interesting sounds.
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I kind of need some help with this song. I'm trying to fill it out with some more ideas, but I'm not sure how to complete it. It feels like something's missing, and I'm trying to see where I can add some breaks to make it a little more interesting.

Here's the song: A Moment's Rest, and the .it file is included as well.

Once fixed, I'll upload the fixed version here. Thanks for the help.

EDIT: I've fixed it! Here's the new versions of the mp3 and .it files. You can also check it out on soundcloud.
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Help and Questions / Re: Tempo conversion into MIDI file
« Last post by Saga Musix on March 03, 2018, 17:48:43 »
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The tempo is Ok as long as the Ticks/Row is 6. Hence why I had these weird tempos in some songs when converted into MIDI files
No, that's not quite correct. The problem here is that the classic tempo mode is based on some calculations that were easier to do on old computers, but were less accurate. So a tempo of 120 was not "really" 120 BPM but something very close. It should be identical in both MIDI export and exported WAV files (if it isn't, please provide a test file to reproduce the problem with). If you really want 100% accurate BPM you need to use modern tempo mode.
You can find more information on the issue in the manual: https://wiki.openmpt.org/Manual:_Song_Properties#Tempo_Mode
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Help and Questions / Re: Tempo conversion into MIDI file
« Last post by Lo Bellver on March 03, 2018, 03:19:19 »
I reply to myself, LOL

The tempo is Ok as long as the Ticks/Row is 6. Hence why I had these weird tempos in some songs when converted into MIDI files.
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Help and Questions / Tempo conversion into MIDI file
« Last post by Lo Bellver on March 02, 2018, 23:48:22 »
I am working on songs for my next album on OpenMPT and then I export the channels into MIDI so I can use the MIDI file in order to work with other programs. The thing is I've noticed there's an issue with the tempo. When I import the MIDI file of a song that in OpenMPT in .it format has, let's say, a tempo of 120 bpm, on the DAW I use once I import the MIDI file the tempo is 120,738 or something alike. The tempo is slighly faster.

It is an issue because I wanted to use some parts of the song made with MPT and then export them to WAV so I could mix them with the rest of the song produced on a DAW, but this difference in tempo makes that a real issue. I could fix the tempo of the WAV but then it will change its pitch....

Any idea of what to do?

Thank you!
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General Chatter / Re: Pop-rock debut album conceived with Mod Plug Tracker
« Last post by Lo Bellver on March 02, 2018, 23:40:40 »
Yes there is very little compression :P I completely agree with you the piano in Mr. Tarantino sounds midish as fuck hahahaha
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Help and Questions / Re: libopenmpt interactive: play_note volume issue
« Last post by Saga Musix on February 27, 2018, 17:24:18 »
Every channel has its own channel volume.
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Help and Questions / libopenmpt interactive: play_note volume issue
« Last post by EthanF4D on February 27, 2018, 14:50:38 »
Hello, I have a song with drum note C5 07 v64 -
I use play_note() with volume=64/64.0=1 but I notice that its volume is louder than the original song’s drum.
Are there any other volume controls that might affect this?
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Okay guys, I know you just want to be helpful but at least try to read the initial post a bit more carefully. He mentioned that he cannot kill the process manually, and it's clearly mptrack.exe that's hanging, not a plugin bridge instance.
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VST plugins and/or buggy sounds drivers would also be my two top suspects, although not being able to kill the processes (and the low memory footprint of 28K of those zombies) makes me tend towards the latter.
I doubt there is much we can do, but a memory dump of the process in this state would be helpful to at least confirm these ideas. You can create one by right-clicking the process in task manager and choosing "Create dump file" (warning: this file will be large, so compress it with 7r or rar if you are going to upload it somewhere).
As Saga Musix said, also happens at my side when I use Farbrausch V2 (which is known to be buggy). This VST keeps the PluginBridge32.exe hanged and I need to kill PluginBridge manually so OpenMPT can exit normally. Try to check if PluginBridge32.exe or PluginBridge64.exe are still executing when you close OpenMPT.
I even noticed that closing all songs with buggy VSTs may lead to OpenMPT get stuck between it and PluginBridge because leaves PluginBringe* on execution.
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