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Amiga Drummer 2.3, The Full Motion Video Game That Never Existed

Here’s part 5 of my Amiga ProTracker and a Drummer series. I made this one using all samples of objects laying around me at the time in while I was visiting my mom’s in Florida. Samples used were my Casio wristwatch beep, a kalimba (thumb piano) snapping my fingers and tapping on a plastic lid. I then dropped dropped the bounced wav file into Pro Tools 7.4 and added bass, then went into the studio and recorded the drums and this video. The video in this one I was going for a 90s Full Motion Video Game look. I used a green screen and drew the background in GraFX2, then assembled it all in FCP 5.1. To get the pixilated look I rendered using the Cinepak codec with a 256 color palate.

Written, produced and performed by Justin Wierbonski (me)
I play Tama Drums and Paiste Cymbals.

Amiga ProTracker and a Drummer 4

Here’s the 4th installment of my Amiga ProTracker and a Drummer video series. This one I was referring to as “Castle” when I was working on the .mod file because I felt it had a dungeon / castle feel to it. I’m really getting into these now! I added one more synth track to this one in addition to drums, but got too lazy to film myself playing synth, haha. Next time!

I used my 2004 PowerBook G4 once again to make this one from start to finish. Edited in Final Cut Pro 5, audio recorded in Cubase SE 1.0.7, song composed in Amiga ProTracker clone. Thanks for watching and check out the other Amiga/Drummer vids on my channel.

Amiga Protracker and a Drummer

I programmed a song in Protracker then recorded myself playing drums to it. For more videos like this, subscribe to my channel.

Milkytracker Lessons | Chiptunes Tutorial | In depth look at Milkytracker

I came across this great group of videos about how to create music in Milkytracker. Milkytracker is a Fasttracker II clone that works on nearly every computing platform in existence. It is a music tracker, which means you compose music by aligning samples vertically within a hexadecimal marked grid that scrolls though patterns on the screen.

It’s different than modern midi sequencers and DAWs and is one of the oldest ways to compose music on a computer. Trackers are commonly used in creating chiptune style music because of their history in music creation for games and old computer systems.

I created a tutorial a while back on Milkytracker, but since then found some better ones than the one I made, or ones that are a little more in depth online so I thought I’d put together a playlist to help people get started in creating chiptunes with Milkytracker.

Hang glide through a wormhole that transports you to Thailand with Deluxepaint 418

Right now I present to you this hip video from Deluxepaint 418. This track is pretty damn cool for being made on a computer from 1989! Deluxepaint 418 makes all his music on Amiga Protracker, a vintage software that ran on the Commodore Amiga computer from the late 1980s early 90s. Check it out!

Get the full album here ——–> https://demonicsweaters.bandcamp.com/album/418 also available on itunes, spotify, google music, xbox music, rhapsody etc…