(61 replies, posted in Collaborations)

alrighty then
lets do this

I've been making music for a while now and no matter how often i practice, composing in a tracker seems to elude me. Usually if I want to compose, i pull up FL Studio and use the piano roll to get my notes and then transcribe it to the tracker (which takes forever but that's the sacrifice i suppose).
Does anyone else have this problem? More visual interfaces like piano rolls and the nanoloop interface tend to be a lot easier for me to get notes down in. I feel like trackers just hinder my ability to get down my melodies clearly.


(177 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Aeros wrote:
HolyNegative0 wrote:

askhipsterheartstrings.tumblr.com (ponies)

holy shit someone who keeps their person and my little pony separated

that's not supposed to be possible



(177 replies, posted in General Discussion)

askhipsterheartstrings.tumblr.com (ponies)
hipsterheartstringsmod.tumblr.com (Random sh*t and sometimes music)


(6 replies, posted in Past Events)

I wish I heard more about Chiptune acts this area. :C


(129 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Because I discovered it online and saw that it was a relatively easy way to compose/produce music and decided to give it a try. :I


(102 replies, posted in General Discussion)

I read and play music regularly, thanks to high school. P:

Pfft, I don't know what you guys are talking about. My track has a great name.

Wait a second...

It must be hell inside your head, herr_prof.

Interrobang. *snicker*


(3 replies, posted in Constructive Criticism)

So I submitted six tracks which can be found at
http://chipmusic.org/holynegative0/musi … in-the-day
http://chipmusic.org/holynegative0/musi … corporated

Some of them are just me screwing around, but others I kind of like. Please let me know what I should do better, or just not do at all! big_smile

This is some serious $#!7 right here, man. LOVE IT!

Damn it you had to wait until I was away from my computer didn't you. )B<


(135 replies, posted in Collaborations)

*raises hand*

Okay, I'll get them posted later, probably today or tomorrow. Most of what I've done is a whole lot of sample and resampling. I like making sounds using all of the channels and then resampling it. You can really get some interesting sounds. big_smile

So I've been experimenting with inanoloop a lot do the past couple months, and I've managed to get a lot of sounds that aren't really chipmusic at all. At the very least, they don't sound very chippy to me. I have about five songs that are not really chippy at all, but are more a very general electronic/sometimes dubsteppy sound. I'm just curious if this forum would really be the right place to post them. They are some of my best work, but I don't know if this is the place to post them or not.

I guess my real question is this: I've made a chipmusic program do unchipmusicy things and do you think I should post it here or somewhere else? I would like to get them online, I'm just uncertain of the right location.

Of course, this may just be me being paranoid.