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rool (ntk) - tweak the plot


..as in: sometimes you gotta do things differently to make life more interesting.

this is the last track i made using the old noisetrekker-program, actually just before i went to perform on 'once upon a festival'. i remember sitting in the sunny garden and making the chorus arpeggio's as if they were in my head for months. and C64 sounds, basskicks and the rest just came..

after doing the festival, i totally forgot about this tune until i recently found it making backups. so i've never heard it myself since then, and it immediately stuck in my head.. it's a really odd track (again, a big question in which style to put it.. electro, chiptune,??), but i kinda like it that way.

i sure hope you enjoy it.





TRaffik [be] - 10 years ago

Wow i thoroughly enjoyed this one man!
Lovely synths! Cool groove on the drums!
Loving the atmospheres and melodies overall.
Excellent work!

liquidbass [be] - 10 years ago

very nice!

lefoudubois [be] - 10 years ago


rool [be] - 10 years ago

thanks guys for not listening to me about not posting comments ;) glad you liked it.

lefoudubois, details about 'noisetrekker'can be found at [url] http://www.sonicspot.com/noisetrekker/noisetrekker.html[/url].. i used it because it was very similar to the program i had on the old commodore amiga 500. it has limited possibilities, but that never held me down to compose. all music posted as 'rool (ntk)' is made with this, but i had to move on... i think noisetrekker wouldn't even work on most computers nowadays, as it went to dos-mode... really :)

lefoudubois [be] - 10 years ago


Letrange [be] - 10 years ago

i like it

tomix [be] - 10 years ago

i like the refreshing old-school sounds and the melody line but i think it could be a little shorter, considering the lack of variation