Hi. I write this stuff that can, most of the time, be considered music.
It's all in the wonderful Ogg Vorbis
audio format and will even stream over a 56k modem. If you don't know
what an Ogg or a Vorbis is, don't worry. Long story short, MP3 has been
around for quite some time. People have learned to compress music into
smaller files and still have it sound just as good or better. But, this
requires a new format: Ogg Vorbis. By now there are players and plugins
for every operating system, all easily installed. Even your
Player may support it.
If you're wondering, this stuff is all written using a tracking package
called Soundtracker, which is
essentially a FastTracker 2 clone for Linux. I've repaired the most
recent release which doesn't seem to build on most platforms. The fixed
tarball is here.
What happened to FT2? It "evolved" into Skale
Tracker which is available for both Linux and Windows.
(written by myself and Joe Wreschnig):
|from Solar Wolf
(written by Pete Shinners):
|from 4st Attack
(written by Jeroen Vloothuis):
(written by Justin Smith):
|from Dr. Oiram
(written by Scott Burt, myself):
(written by Mike Duersch):
|still empty. hopefully something will be here soon!|
I'm working on a Guilty Gear XX cover CD. All tunes will be chiptunes
(currently all are NES-style with no expansions). Here's what I'm
"finished" with so far, in order of completion date: