View Single Post
Old 10 December 2020, 20:25   #6
ElectroBlaster
Junior Member
ElectroBlaster's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: Exeter, Devon, UK
Age: 46
Posts: 1,586
Send a message via ICQ to ElectroBlaster
An option to consider:

Protracker for the PC (if using Windows as the base operating system).

I have Renoise. I can rip samples all over the shop with that program! but any recording software can be used. I use Renoise as its easier to cut bits I want.

I can then either just use the samples in that program or work length/time etc and then send them over to the pc version of Protracker. The beauty of that program is that it can save out in authentic 8bit iff. Once you work out how things are going, you can send all sorts of stuff into that and end up with some really nice 8bit sounds for Octamed.

Its not quite the same as using an old school sampler cart on the Amiga though.

Last edited by ElectroBlaster; 10 December 2020 at 20:53.
ElectroBlaster is offline  
 
Page generated in 0.04864 seconds with 11 queries