Recent acquisition thread (old games)

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KAN
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Not a game, but a virtual hardware. More specifically, Virtual Sound Canvas. Fuck yeah!

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KAN wrote:Not a game, but a virtual hardware. More specifically, Virtual Sound Canvas. Fuck yeah!

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THat's pretty sweet, but I think I'll stick to my
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sound app. Plus it's free :)
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What's the thing? From its looks, it seems to be editor for tracker music (like ProTracker or MODEDIT) instead of MIDI.

By the way, I bought the Virtual Sound Canvas solely for its soft synth --to play old games with MIDI music with better sound quality than Microsoft MIDI soft synth.
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KAN wrote:What's the thing? From its looks, it seems to be editor for tracker music (like ProTracker or MODEDIT) instead of MIDI.

By the way, I bought the Virtual Sound Canvas solely for its soft synth --to play old games with MIDI music with better sound quality than Microsoft MIDI soft synth.
Yeah, it's MilkyTracker. It's a lot like ProTracker, but I think it's a bit nicer. It and Famitracker are my two faves, they're pretty simple, though.
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