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I ripped my dedicated Music Generator memory card to get a track on Audacity while using Windows for better clarity. While I did get that clarity, I also got odd lagg and the timing was not consistent, it was like pressing up on Music gen 2 when a song was playing and how it delayed.

Anyway, the file is not an MCR file, but will still work in ePSXe, for an emulator and all.

A few quick things about it though,
Still Alive is a pre-alpha of the Mirror's Edge song that I never got around to finishing.

Supes4 is a beats track that I wanted to make for Quest for Peace
since I am working on riffing it MST3K style. ;)

Have fun with my stuff, and enjoy.
Hearing some remixes would be nice! :D
Downtempo / Tsunami Dreams - A Toonami Tribute
January 19, 2010, 04:47:05 AM
I fucking love Toonami!  ;D
Not so much Dragonball, Sailor Moon, Robotech, Voltron, what have you, but the blocks framing devices. Tom, The Absolution, Joe Boyd Vigel's music, Optomus friggon Prime announcing the block, all that was a HUGE part of my childhood, and with that, I made a tribute on the horridly user unfriendly, but filled with awesome samples, Digital Hitz Factory, or Music 3000.

Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.
Only Toonami
Lost songs (MUSIC/MTVMG) / Saffronia 2009
January 18, 2009, 10:53:49 PM
Back about a year ago, I posted this topic:
Recently, I went back to that song to try and actually give it that polish, and this was the result.
Enjoy. :)

Based on Vir2l Vision - Entry To Heaven, a song far better than anything that I can ever crank out.

(I must say about the older mix that it sure did know how to party,
but it lacked proper coherence... and patience...)

The old and new is a testament to me.
The older one is me at 14, crazy, and needing Ritalin.
The newer mix is me at 21, same feel, same look, same sound, better quality, and more contained.
I hope that inspires someone.
First off, yes, I know this might fall under the commercial mp3 sharing warning, and I challenge that with this: which is available with the tracks.
That being said, I don't think that sharing is a problem.

The popular PS3/Xbox360 game Mirror's Edge has a song called "Still Alive" performed by Swedish rock/pop star Lisa Miskovsky. Along with the game and its song, they put out a remix album, see here:

This is where the gray area comes in.
On this page: there is a contest that has people submit their own remixes of Still Alive, and provides the separate song channels for their work. The separate channels each have a Creative Commons license, granting one to copy, distribute and transmit the work, and to remix and adapt the work.
Naturally, I took to trying to use it with Music Generator, but I cannot
seem to do it due to a lack of RAM and Sampler kit....

Maybe someone here can work with it?
I don't know.

If this topic doesn't break the rules, then have at it, I guess.
If it does break them, then at least I can have an idea of what to legally put. :/

Well regardless of how this ends up, or however you roll, have fun with this knowledge. :)
(The track is at 107 BPM)

Oh yeah, a review on Amazon's US site for the remix album kills me: "Track 4: Still Alive (Armand Van Helden Mix) - sounds astoundingly unprofessional to me, like something you'd pull out of MTV's Music Generator game from the PS2."
(Track in question)
Music is a very fickle phenonminon we all face.
Some songs fall flat and sound absolutely horrid,
others strike a special chord in ones soul and reverberates
through them for the rest of their lives.
Other people may like a song, whereas you don't, or even the reverse.

What makes a song have that special ability to strike that chord?
Is it that it is merely well done? Does it stir up fond memories from
your past, invoking nostalgia? Is it the visions that float through your head,
wafting along, delightfully dancing within the confines of your stimulated subconscious?

Or is just the inspiring nature that the song shows as a symbol
of what the artist wanted everyone to enjoy?

I, representing all good music made across this planet,
present a song I have discovered that does everything I described,
and more, a song that inspires and teaches me to bring myself
closer to my own inner author,
A Magnificent Journey by Denny Schneidemesser.
Alternate link:
(Being on Newgrounds means it can be shared, right?)

"Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage."
--Lao Tzu 600 BC-531 BC
This topic is to show a potential for Digital Hitz Factory (Music 3000), mainly.
See attachment.

How did I get that?
I took the riff, Transtastic, and replaced the sounds with the teknosaurus sample,
spaced out the noting so that it diddnt sound ugly, and put a poorly constructed addition to the end.
TG's modified Transtastic. ;)

Now, how I got it on the PC is a different matter.
It involved soldering a headphone plug with an RCA jack, and plugging it into a
splitter behind the VCR the PS2 was attached to. Still Rube Goldberg, but its more effective,
but now all is in Mono, which I can play with in Audicity, right?

Oh well, more to come, I guess.
Unless Digital Hitz Factory keeps freezing up...
Lost songs (MUSIC/MTVMG) / Saffronia
January 31, 2008, 03:15:57 PM
This wasn't as good as I remember it to be.

It was my first song on Music 2000,
and I mostly used the preloaded riffs.
Having a little experience with MTV Music Generator 2,
I used a few of the samples too.

Oh well, I hope you enjoy it, it sounds promising,
but its gonna take far too much polish...  
Lost songs (MUSIC/MTVMG) / Savanna
January 31, 2008, 03:11:02 PM
I don t know what to make of this mix...

Its happy, and repiticious...
I believe it was the second thing I made in the
game you know as Music 2000 on Playstation 1.

Oh well, enjoy.

I have a remix on my memory card, thats just been sitting there for a while.
I'll get that up eventually.
It sounds less like techno, and more like "flying trance"
but it still has repetition, and that amateur-ish flavor that I have brought.
Maybe I'll tinker with it first...

This is dated back in (USA) Spring 2003, I think.
The remix is '04
Introductions / Hello
January 28, 2008, 06:41:32 PM
I didn't see this forum.

I'm TG.
I have been playing the Music Generator games since spring of 2001.
Since then, I have not really progressed, but I have five and a half full cassettes
filled with my work, some of which are crap, some of which are cool, and some of
which can be seen here:

Music Gen. isn't my forte though.
I'm actually a published sci fi author.
My novels:

From the site, if you cant see,
Im a sci fi author.
I write about the future, and the possibilities it can hold for us as humans... except
its not on a heros side, but more like on a average little farts side. Im not a fan of hero stories.
Im also a great fan of... sigh... Mrs.Incredible (Super MILF) and Plastic Man's abilities
to be elastic, and that shows. I like stretchy (girls) people. Doing a little bit of research, outside of superpowers and comic books, the stretching has become a fetish fantasy, very often to the point of hardcore sex. I hate hardcore sex. I hate sex for extreme pleasure. I made stretchy people in my stories a mundane thing that
equals the shock nature of a tribal tattoo on a persons face, but it has more popularity.
I didn't do it to make a weird (look who's talking) person "happy" but rather to make others happy while staying PG-13. Please enjoy my work, and I hope that the above didn't scare you.

I also have a DeviantART account, that I lavish with stuff quite often.
My art:

I found this site through suggestion of  pillagemyvillage on youtube.
Thanks very much for the link dude. ;)

See you on the boards. :)

Lost songs (MUSIC/MTVMG) / Jinto
January 28, 2008, 04:23:05 PM
This was my very first track made on Music generator 2 on Playstation 2.
It clocks in at about a minute and a half, and uses the built in samples.

It was more of a test and result of euphoria I felt from when I first fired it up.

Dated summer 2001
Lost songs (MUSIC/MTVMG) / Advanced Robotics
January 28, 2008, 04:11:48 PM
Holy crap, look at this one!  :o

This song in its formation is just perfect.
I usually apologize for the bad quality, but it just fits very well here.

The song is called Advanced Robotics,
and its less of a song, then it is a vague story in musical form.
Its kinda a monster fight in a city type song, and it REALLY picks up two minutes in
with a a frightening kickdrum, and an army trying to keep the monster at bay.

You may recognize some recreated riffs from Music generator 1
that I altered. It was for a good cause.

Please enjoy. :)
Lost songs (MUSIC/MTVMG) / Hyrule 88
January 28, 2008, 04:04:26 PM
Hyrule 88'

I'm really not sure about this one.
It was named because it reminded me of Zelda II, The Adventure of Link on the NES,
and its sequel, The Legend of Zelda, A Link To The Past.

Please enjoy.
It was made with Music generator 1 on PS1.  
Lost songs (MUSIC/MTVMG) / Electric Fence Part 1 + 2
January 28, 2008, 03:51:15 PM
First song upload. :)

This song is called: The Electric Fence part 1
It was made with Music Generator 1 on Playstation 1
Repetition aside, It was basically inspired by some modern spy
movies and games (spy is used loosely). mainly Tomb Raider Legends
area in Kazakhstan.

It clocks in at about eight minutes, which I wish I could have cut down.  <_<

Sorry about the quality at the beginning, I used a bad
cord to get the song off the cassette.

I hope you enjoy it.