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Ayane LaCarrée

m_dr_m * 20 Mar 2019 16:20:27

This summer (October the 1st) will see the birth of Ayane LaCarrée, a native CPC chiptunesoundtracker. At first I wanted to blast every existing AY tracker, but it would have been a 29-years-old behavior.
Instead, the first version will be very rough (St128 + Starkos abilities with Square Ring Modulation), and I will steadily add the following:

Duty cycle and volume control for SRM
More SFX (E.g. Buzzer, Ovl Sync, Mini-Sample)
More FX (E.g. portamento to note)
Swing delay
Independent replay frequencies
Virtual channels (with different mix possibilities)
Multiple imports
Export to AYC Brass (stable replay: 3 rasterlines + PSG)
Free length notes (tickless)
Chords
Shape construction kit
Legato
Annotations
Alternate world (for experimentation and collaboration)
More until mort.

I guess OvL! will crush the competition next year.
Please let me know if you have any request or question.

Targhan * 20 Mar 2019 19:57:32

Very interesting! I have no doubt it's going to be a Tracker-killer (and a killer Tracker). Particularly interested in your 3-scanline player. For how much memory?

m_dr_m * 20 Mar 2019 20:23:24

Not quite here yet, but I'm targheting &ccc/minute in average.

ast * 24 Mar 2019 19:22:31

Impressive ! Any cpc+ features ?

m_dr_m * 24 Mar 2019 20:01:05

I don't have an AmstradPlus. Also, the Plus features would rather hinder than help. For instance, I plan to go beyond 15625 Hz either in frequency or more typically in resolution.

That being said, the sources will be open, so you'll be able to add an export to a DMA flavored player if you wish.

ast * 24 Mar 2019 20:51:12

Great ! Why not ? I will probably do it for sure.

toms * 05 Apr 2019 20:58:30

Do you plan an easy use of triolets (and friends)? That would open new possibilities for composers.

m_dr_m * 06 Apr 2019 22:08:58

« tripletta »

Yes, quite easily, either:
* Through free-length notes.
* With a higher resolution (i.e. lower 'delay' aka 'speed' aka ticks/row).

The second solution can already be applied in ST(K). One big difference, though: each phrase can use its own speed. So you can play with unusual rhythmics and actual delays (for echo and co) without impacting the other tracks.



toms * 11 May 2019 16:30:30

« The second solution can already be applied in ST(K) »

Not really as modifying the speed will affect the 3 tracks. But if I understand well, each track will have its own speed management in your tracker. Awesome!

ast * 04 Aug 2019 14:12:00

is this project dead ?

m_dr_m * 04 Aug 2019 23:03:59

No. Wait for October The First!
Mainly working on Orgams right now.

Hicks * 06 Sep 2019 00:01:06

Can you say more about "Mini-sample" feature?

BSC * 06 Sep 2019 19:23:11

Holy Cow! This sounds quite impressive. I am looking forward to seeing it in action. It also sounds almost as versatile as ST128 ;-)

What I like even more is the fact, that you are going to open-source it. That's the way to go these days :imagine a thumbs up emojyiijyi here: