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Challenge Collab: One Blank Instrument.

Posted: Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:56 am
by Project
I've made a quick, uninspired 2A03 intro.

Build on the original FTM, and from there on you can either start fresh on the original FTM, or build on someone else's addition.

Only exception to the Blank Instrument rule is DPCM. Program as much DPCM as you want into the instrument 00.

You cannot make more instruments
You cannot edit the instrument's non DPCM features.
You can change the speed and tempo using effects
Only 2A03 is allowed.
Put the 4 effect columns per channel to good use.

As a result, you will have to do all your effects, volume, arpeggios and such manually.

If you want to do staccato on notes but they are too close together, use the S effect to shorten the note length.

3 might not be the *perfect* speed for this, but it's the only speed I felt was appropriate for the intro. Again, change it later in the song with the F command if need be.

Re: Challenge Collab: One Blank Instrument.

Posted: Sun Aug 16, 2015 3:25 pm
by TheMudkipMaster12
I added two frames! Enjoy I guess :?

Re: Challenge Collab: One Blank Instrument.

Posted: Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:16 pm
by Classically
Sure, here's a bit.

Re: Challenge Collab: One Blank Instrument.

Posted: Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:44 pm
by Project
Classically wrote:Sure, here's a bit.


Mother of god.

Re: Challenge Collab: One Blank Instrument.

Posted: Sun Aug 16, 2015 8:55 pm
by snowolf
Classically wrote:Sure, here's a bit.


Well, that was a great collab, everyone can go home now.

More seriously, 24 frames for 4 hours, that's 6 frames per hour. Are you some kind of time-bending wizard to produce marvelous content in a such a little time lapse?

Re: Challenge Collab: One Blank Instrument.

Posted: Sun Aug 16, 2015 9:35 pm
by Gors
my contribution

Re: Challenge Collab: One Blank Instrument.

Posted: Sun Aug 16, 2015 11:16 pm
by Classically
snowolf wrote:
Classically wrote:Sure, here's a bit.


Well, that was a great collab, everyone can go home now.

More seriously, 24 frames for 4 hours, that's 6 frames per hour. Are you some kind of time-bending wizard to produce marvelous content in a such a little time lapse?


Nope, just good at copying and pasting. I don't think that took much longer than an hour and a half.

Regardless, was that too much to add?

And I like your style, Gors. Here's more.

Re: Challenge Collab: One Blank Instrument.

Posted: Mon Aug 17, 2015 12:44 am
by snowolf
So here my take on the subject. I usually never do original, but I guess there's a beginning to everything... :)

Feel free to modify my part, there are probably some issue with chord progression and drums are kinda boring.

Re: Challenge Collab: One Blank Instrument.

Posted: Mon Aug 17, 2015 3:12 am
by Lum
snowolf wrote:So here my take on the subject. I usually never do original, but I guess there's a beginning to everything... :)

Feel free to modify my part, there are probably some issue with chord progression and drums are kinda boring.

Nice! The softer drums provide a break from the usual intensity of the song (and are a good segue into my part :P). The only thing I did with your part was raise the first few notes of the triangle in frame 4E by two semitones, to better fit the chord structure.

Re: Challenge Collab: One Blank Instrument.

Posted: Mon Aug 17, 2015 4:13 pm
by Gors
contributed a little more!