Subway Sonicbeat wrote:

Now I'm totally interested in Hunz sound, but I will only be able to listen to the modules when I get home. sad
I'm really interested in recording and sampling vocal into the songs I write, this will be a great lesson to me.

one of the cool things you'll find when poking at the modules is that the vocal samples are recorded pretty dry, but are given depth through channel echos and other tracker effects.

akira^8GB wrote:

I been trying to look them up on YouTube but the tunes are not there. A lot of what I like has not appeared on any demo productions.

any direct module links?  we can collectively try and google-fu for titles.

I would also like mod links!

bryface wrote:
Subway Sonicbeat wrote:

Now I'm totally interested in Hunz sound, but I will only be able to listen to the modules when I get home. sad
I'm really interested in recording and sampling vocal into the songs I write, this will be a great lesson to me.

one of the cool things you'll find when poking at the modules is that the vocal samples are recorded pretty dry, but are given depth through channel echos and other tracker effects.

Yeah, I saw those modules. Really impressive the quality of the samples! It really amused me, but I'm not very fond of xm and 32 channels. I did something like that with LGPT.

Subway Sonicbeat wrote:

Yeah, I saw those modules. Really impressive the quality of the samples! It really amused me, but I'm not very fond of xm and 32 channels. I did something like that with LGPT.

Lazerbeat did a pretty good job with LGPT + vocal samples on his Nerd World War album. Check that out.

OK I will collect some MOD links today smile

Modess operandi xDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD Fucking hilarious!

Zona de Extra Protección!

Brazilian industry.

Back to topic motherfuckers.

This place has MOD files in MP3 format:
http://modp3.mikendezign.com/
Not a HUGE selection, but it could be a good starter.


As for people I like, NON PLUS ULTRA is a huge, underrated underdog in my opinion:
http://amp.dascene.net/detail.php?detai … ;view=5420
He's more on the experimental side of things.


Also: this thread lacks BLAIZER (Olof Gustafsson)!!
http://amp.dascene.net/detail.php?detai … p;view=684



Drum&Bass heads will enjoy Muffler's sound:
http://amp.dascene.net/detail.php?detai … ;view=5190


Pink, more known for his AHX tunes, also did mad MODs
http://amp.dascene.net/detail.php?detai … ;view=5803

The archetypical chiptune stuff from Vim! is nice:
http://amp.dascene.net/detail.php?detai … ;view=8004

And of course, the "inventor" of doskpop: Lizardking. Liking cheapchoon and not knowing him and doskpop, deserves a fucking kick in the head:
http://amp.dascene.net/detail.php?detai … ;view=4310

Enjoy!

akira^8GB wrote:

This place has MOD files in MP3 format:
http://modp3.mikendezign.com/
Not a HUGE selection, but it could be a good starter.

I'll add this to the OP.

akira^8GB wrote:

Oh, Muffler sounds great! Cool Haujobb demo too.

Does anyone know where to find Estrayk's "Her Collection"? I can only find a few mods and I can't play the musicdisk since it's Windows only. They might be on Paradox's archived site, but the module section is really messy.

Last edited by Rouwe (Jul 28, 2011 1:10 am)

Radix's work is absolutely fantastic!

http://amp.dascene.net/detail.php?detai … ;view=6071

http://modarchive.org/index.php?request … uery=69567

Radix? Too many channels to achieve what others did in 4;)

Last edited by akira^8GB (Jul 28, 2011 1:32 pm)

Damn Akira. Muffler is awesome. Thanks for sharing.

doesnt sound 15 years old....

poisoncut wrote:

doesnt sound 15 years old....

I really like the strings in the 2nd half.