NicolasMaeder wrote: Now since you stated in another post in this thread you could update the rules for specification of quality files, are "&nnpL1fY" and "NumberXJ@2hqi!" quality files? If so, then how, but if not so, then why?
from a technical standpoint, they're interesting, from a musical one they're repetitive, overfilled/way too busy, and often try to make use of the tracker in ways that aren't intended at all or simply impossible so they don't sound good. I have to say though, they're great as patch slide tests when they don't crash my hardware player (the playback record is something like 43 seconds before total failure). Rushjet1 even exported a version where all the channels were isolated and didn't interact, and they sounded totally different.
Basically what I'm saying is, these threads are intended for me to record music for people on hardware, and your files
1. aren't technically music (they do follow a rhythm, which is extremely unusual for new members)
2. break my player