Shoot me an email and I can forward it to the rest of the Portland crew.

plainflavored (at) gmail (dot) com

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(328 replies, posted in General Discussion)

gizmo wrote:

can someone recommend some "must have" c64 albums/artists? other than rob hubbard or martin galway of course. new and old stuff.

GLENN

RUNE

GALLEFOSS

this is a hot-ass slab of musical toast

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(7 replies, posted in General Discussion)

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(20 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Even though it's a little too ska-y to be considered surf... how has Sievert not been mentioned in this thread?

10k: the first white guy to ever wear a red plaid shirt

THIS THREAD IS CHIP AS FUCK

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(23 replies, posted in Releases)

I listened to this and enjoyed it.

I am not PlainFlavored. That is a stupid way to spell it.
I am not Plain Flavoured.
I am Plain Flavored.

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(193 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Page 7 of this thread is just about the saddest short story I've ever laid eyes on.

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More highly-recommended PC trackers:

Psycle
Schism Tracker
OpenMPT

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(6 replies, posted in Trading Post)

This is now a thread about proud pirates.

On-topic:

Sunvox and Psycle are both very nice, little-used options for creating whatever kind of digital music you want, if you find that you can work with modular synth trackers. Pyscle was what really opened my eyes to how much better trackers work with the way I think about music, and Sunvox really opened my eyes to the finer details of sound design/synthesis.

Hardware is fine and dandy, but fairly unimportant in the long run. You don't ever have to buy a single thing besides a computer and a nice pair of headphones to make music.

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Take me off the list, please.