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  1. It's a difference in traditions of notations. In some countries, like Poland for instance, H is used instead of B. Moreover, we use B too but it refers only to B-flat Anyway, the full story behind the difference has to do with some historical debates on scales.
  2. You need to go to View / Configuration / MIDI and set midi in device. The midi button starts to work then (on/off positions). Regarding a real device: not sure if I get the point, but I guess that virtual midi cables (like LoopMidi or LoopBe) might be helpful. DAWs, trackers etc. see those as real midi connections. So you can 'slave' RMT to Cubase or any other midi/sequencer software. No real device needed in this case.
  3. Can, Neu!, Faust and other avant garde bands from this period and this area are worth having a listen. @Probabilitydragon I keep my finger crossed for your ideas. I'm glad when something really creative is happening to Atari
  4. Ha ha! Yeah, getting through all the ads is a kind of challenge. Anyway, keep in mind that witamina C is of no less importance
  5. Yeah. It's a part of the public radio station Polskie Radio (Polish Radio). Czwórka (4) is oriented towards new music, young artists and the like discoveries. No longer in the air but very popular online. It's really cool to appear there IMHO.
  6. https://www.polskieradio.pl/10/3948/Artykul/2667165,Muzyczny-Lunch-26-stycznia-godz-1304 Starts at 52:46.
  7. That's rad! I'm curious. What brand of accordion is this? Big fan of accordion music here ;)
  8. Maybe you try to record something when there are no patterns to record in. Like in case of default setting/project when starting RMT. So creating patterns by writing some numbers to the song lines might solve the problem.
  9. Hey, I suppose you should switch off the "Prove mode" if you want to record midi notes to the pattern. It's that prohibition sign (?) button. When using midi channel 1 you can indicate with a mouse or cursor which pokey channel/track is going to be played with midi. But when using midi channels 2-5 you "tie" midi channel to a given pokey channel/track. Midi ch. 2 -> pokey ch. 1; 3->2, 4->3, 5->4. So for example, midi channel 2 is going to use pokey channel/track 1 no matter which pokey channel/track you're editing at the moment in RMT. I hope it helps.
  10. Hey Ivo, how about turning off the keyboard click / key stroke sound?
  11. Kawai K5000S was the most popular synth that was based on this approach (additive synthesis). I'd say great for ambient stuff, bell-like sounds, pads... You can find some sound demos on YT. Still... it's much easier to produce rich waveform and filter out some stuff to get something interesting than to add up sinewaves to get the same result.
  12. Poison, have you considered using MPT? I guess samples might introduce some variety into your compositions. Not to mention the pretty powerful instrument editor it has. Don't stop composing please.
  13. PG, those 'filtered' leads work nice when played against regular pure instruments. No wonder you double pokeyed the tune. And that snap in the snare, yeah, shakes the room definitely. Majstersztyk
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