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SoundClub is an amazing retro daw that support :

Amiga SoundTracker (.MOD),Amiga NoiseTracker (.NST or .MOD),Amiga Oktalyzer (.OKT),Composer 669 (.669),ScreamTracker (.STM),Ad Lib Visual Composer (.ROL),Sound Blaster software (.CMF),MIDI software (.MID). It has a wav editor with freehand, synthetiser and a lot more !

Here are some screenshots :

I am surprised that its not much used in the chipmusic scene and i wonder why ?! But for some interested folfs here is the link to the full version now available for free (Works very well in dosbox) :

http://www.bluemoon.ee/history/scdos/index.html

Last edited by qitano (Aug 12, 2015 6:35 pm)

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Abandoned On Fire

!!! Interesting, thanks for posting!

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Joliette, QC, Canada

Pretty sure it is because most people use trackers instead of pianorolls but wow it looks really cool !!! Thanks a lot Ben !!! big_smile

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Planet Zaxxon

Yooooooooooooooooooo !!!!!!

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UK / FR

Wow this is cool, I love finding out about old progs like this. Old stuff ftw.

Not chip related but I recently downloaded photoshop 5 and goldwave because i got sick of using crappy gimp and crappy audacity on my crappy netbook.

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France

I like pianorolls smile
Thank you for sharing this, it seems to be a wonderful piece of software (as are gimp and audacity)

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NC in the US of America

I've been using Soundclub NT for several years. Was too lazy to DOSBox the DOS version, haha

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Katowice, Poland

That was my the first sound program I worked out as a child (7 years old?). After a long break I had a rendez-vous with SoundClub again.

Fun

Last edited by Jakim (Aug 13, 2015 2:01 am)

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Quebec, Canada
SketchMan3 wrote:

I've been using Soundclub NT for several years. Was too lazy to DOSBox the DOS version, haha

The thing is this version lack the old wav editor and synthetiser :S

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Quebec, Canada

Hey its been a year 8) !! So is anybody made something with this ?

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France

Not yet! Thanks for the reminder!

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I did  a lot of stuff with the dos version in the dos times. Maybe 93 till 98, then i switched to Windows version. I did miss the instrument editor but not the synt,didn't use it. I remember that you could save and load blocks in the demo version. Thats what we ( me and cousin) were doing for saving.
Still have a big archive of songs. Many of them changed later in Windows version.
Love soundclub, Its the simplest song sketcher ever made.

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Brittany

I tried it yesterday. This thing is really easy to use, and the instrument editor/synth is quite cool. And it works perfectly on dosbox. I may try to use it someday.

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I haven't tried it yet, but after checking out the website, I found that there is an updated version for Windows 95 right here: http://www.bluemoon.ee/history/scwin/index.html

Thanks for sharing!