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PostPosted: 2019-07-11, 22:14:56 
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High there!
here's all my bambootracker (pc98 music tracker) bits.


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File comment: the title music from one of the many games that came out of the nintendo/hudson deal.
donkey kong 3 the great counter attack title.vgm [4.57 KiB]
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File comment: self explanitory. used an instrument from bosconian for the x68000.
dig dug atari2600 ingame.vgm [4.83 KiB]
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File comment: the game start music from coach curmet, one of the many handheld electronic games put out by tiger electronics.
coach curmit start.vgm [1.31 KiB]
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File comment: castlequest/castle exolent theme, namco system 86 instruments. based on the nes version.
castle exolent theme.vgm [3.14 KiB]
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File comment: the infamous main theme from back to the future on nes.
back to the future nes main theme.vgm [4.41 KiB]
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File comment: THE apogee logo, cps1 style.
apogee logo.vgm [2.66 KiB]
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PostPosted: 2020-01-24, 15:56:52 
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How much you can do with BambooTracker? I mean, in terms of usage with a screen reader. Just asking, because I never tried it, and it is getting a lot of features.


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PostPosted: 2020-01-24, 18:23:54 

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I think most trackers are useless with screen readers. Better to just use MML then, for example PMD.


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PostPosted: 2020-01-29, 19:36:37 
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Great, thanks, that's awesome! I was looking for the DK3 and BttF files and couldn't find them...


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PostPosted: 2020-01-31, 16:49:43 
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@dekyo, bambootracker is surprisingly accessible. The only inaccessible part is the instrument edittor, but I was able to get instruments from mdx files. thus, most of my songs are in an arcade style.
Coach curmit was a test of a recreation of the UMC 6666 melody IC, used in many handheld electronic games.
the bttf theme was dun using a set of basic waveforms originally ment for deflemask, which is sadly not accessible.
btw, there's a really nasty bug in the forum software. whenever I go to attach files, it clears out the body of the message, destroying it.

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PostPosted: 2020-01-31, 19:12:35 
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@kingcandy Thanks. I'll try it. I believe the instrument editor shouldn't be a problem, since AFAIK it supports pasting the FM tone data from the clipboard, in PMD, or FMP style format. Or maybe that was a dream and I'm wrong. :lol:


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PostPosted: 2020-02-02, 19:25:51 
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Here is the cyrade theme in the style of gladiator/great gurianos/Owgan no shero.


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File comment: theme from cyrade, a fun game boy game, in the style of Gladiator (arcade)
cyrade theme.vgm [2.96 KiB]
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