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Amber Tavern (VGM Music Maker)

By Groovemaster303 on Feb 19, 2013 11:04 am

A three way collab with Robugaarando, Jredd and myself. This track has a very smooth groove to it, with a little bit of funk too. Rob did a great job producing with some fine chord progressions which both myself and Jredd found a joy to work with. It seems unreal how well the track flows considering three of us are involved.

This submission is licensed by author under CC Attribution Noncommercial No Derivative Works (BY-NC-ND)

Check this:

The help file in the actual program is a HUGE help, especially when it comes to effects.

And this is a video tutorial someone made:

The tracker also works with a MIDI keyboard, so you can enter notes and demo patches.

Haha. Love it!

Personally I would be interested in making authentic Sega Genesis music, i'm allot better with Fm synthesis (Vrc7 experiments , i made a little melody for the end of a game I made, the rest of the music being made by fluidvolt) then the NES sound chip, but I haven't the slightest idea on how to use other trackers beyond very simple things on famitracker. In other words I have a hard time taking the music out of my head and onto the computer as i think it. That and time is always an issue. What tracker did you use for this , and if you would be so kind , where can i find a good tutorial, or instructions manual for it?

Thank you, i really mean that. Both myself and Jredd have worked our socks off during the last year trying to improve our sound. Rob has some incredible skills too, he just needs to learn the ins and outs of the tracker, which is why we teamed up with him because we want people to not only notice how good authentic Sega Genesis music sounds but we also want to get more people composing it.

This song is very addictive to listen to. It feels like it belongs to a game Sega's in house composers work. Which in other words means you've managed to make a song that not only utilizes the Synthesizer the right way, but made it your own and very original.
Great work guys!

Psst! I uploaded "Groove Selector" right next to you ha ha ha. Let's hit em' with a one-two punch big_smile. Also, I love how this turned out. Sometimes all I can say is "Yes!" Ha ha ha.

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