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Make Amiga Mods In Your Browser With Bassoontracker!

There’s still a huge tracking scene out there today, and in case you didn’t believe it, Stef has made this amazing Music Tracker written in javascript that runs in nothing but a web browser! This is more than just a gimmicky chrome extension, Bassoontracker is actually a really nice music tracker with tons of amazing features!

If you’re a fan of music trackers like Protracker, Milkytracker, Fasttracker II, you will love Bassoontracker! Check it out here https://www.stef.be/bassoontracker/

it’s a web-based open source music tracker that is better than most you can download. It comes with tons of samples and integrates with dropbox, local storage, and even the Mod Archive!

 

MilkyTracker Drummer 2

I made another song in MilkyTracker, then recorded some drums to it. I created most of the samples in this one directly in MilkyTracker. I’m really happy with this one, especially the drum sound.

I only had 4 inputs for drums so I miked up the kick, snare, a single overhead, then used a behringer line mixer to run two dynamic mics to one channel for toms. In the mix I painstakingly cut every single rack tom and floor tom hit and put them into their own channel so I could pan them separately. With the single overhead, I duplicated it, changed the eq on the copy and offset it slightly with the original, then panned them LR to give it a pseudo stereo image.

This is actually the second version of this video I made, the first one had some lag in the transitions, so I redid the whole vid in Sony Vegas and it came out much smoother.

How to create samples in MilkyTracker | Chiptune lessons

I just wanted to share with you this easy way to make your own samples right within MilkyTracker.

How to make chiptunes, How to use trackers, tracker tutorial

MilkyTracker Drummer Part 1

Similar to my Protracker and a Drummer series, but now I’m doing this with MilkyTracker on Elementary OS Linux. Samples are a mixture of Fairlight CMI, Commodore SID, and Casio PT60. I set MilkyTracker to 22050hz sample rate with Amiga 1200 resampling (to give a more authentic chippy sound)
Drums used : Tama Imperialstar bop kit
Cymbals used : Paiste 402 14″ Hi Hats, Paiste PST7 20″ Light Ride (as crash), Paiste Alpha 20″ Power Ride
Heads: Remo Vintage A batters on snare and toms with Tama clear single ply bottoms, Aquarian two ply coated batter, Remo Vintage Emperor w/ felt strip resonant
Sticks: Aquarian X-10 5A combo