MS-DOS

I make electronica with MS-DOS. This is what it sounds and looks like

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+8 1. JEDDS commented 5 years ago

listened to this like 5 times
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+14 2. metataggers commented 5 years ago

DOS never sounded so good.
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+26 3. boom commented 5 years ago

That's some good DOSstep :D
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+2 4. havix1 commented 5 years ago

Ya this all sounds good till Tron shows up.
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+4 5. loadrunner commented 5 years ago

Back to Midi
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+1 6. bigdisnotr commented 5 years ago

looks like MDDOS but it is not :)
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+2 7. slightlyph commented 5 years ago

That's really good. I wonder how long it took to input all the commands.
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+2 9. c0mmanderKeen commented 5 years ago

Definitely no DOS mate.
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+3 10. wongraven commented 5 years ago

Its a tracker. For anyone still using thoose, like protracker, fastracker -

You too can do this, with madtracker:

http://www.madtracker.org/about.php
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+2 11. moese commented 5 years ago

I used Impulse Tracker back in the nineties. loved the possibility to "program" your music.