[LAU] Holographic (completely open source music)
louigi.verona at gmail.com
Thu Apr 29 23:34:02 CEST 2021
I started with tracking music. Back in 1997! There was no other way to make
music at that time unless you either owned a really good computer with an
expensive soundcard or actual hardware synthesizers
I then moved to FL Studio, which was known only as Fruity Loops at that
I wouldn't say that I have too many interesting tracked tunes.
Additionally, compared to the incredible skill that tracking music
displays, my shit is pretty average. But hey, you can check it out here:
Apart from the top 4 tunes which were made in 2019, the rest are like from
2001 and 2002. Funny and somewhat embarrassing, but hey, I was a complete
newbie back then and tried to do my best. Some of them are even okayish,
but might have weird panning or other strange decisions. City Moon is okay.
French Summer is just plain funny, but you can also see that I really tried
😂 (btw, the weird pan effect is actually a bug in the online player,
there's no such panning if you play it in a proper tracker).
It's A Lovely Morning is an attempt at "jazz sounding music". I didn't know
what I was doing!
I should some day made a video where I review my own old music!
On Thu, Apr 29, 2021 at 2:54 PM Brandon Hale <bthaleproductions at gmail.com>
> I'm so glad to see some tracker music on here. Thanks for sharing your
> I really like the analog sounds used, I also like how the form of the
> piece really clicks after the first loop. Have you been making tracker
> music for a long time?
> Brandon Hale
> On 4/28/21 4:43 PM, Louigi Verona wrote:
> Hey everyone!
> Presenting a tune called "Holographic". I referred to it as completely
> open source music, because it was written with an open source tracker
> (OpenMPT) and is released as an IT file, which means you can open it in any
> Impulse Tracker compatible program and actually see exactly how it was
> made, down to every note.
> You can listen with the online player or download:
> Louigi Verona
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