Thanks, Shellshaka. Last night I called Creatormusic and told him about your comment. He thought I made a joke
I assume you listened to many songs here so your opinion means something.
Let's hope he will join TIMGUL and make more great music!
It's very strange: When I first started to make 'music' with Protracker on Amiga I thought: 'Man, I whish I had 8 or
16 tracks instead of just 4! I want to have 16bit samples!'
And now I use Reason and Renoise and have all the things I wanted for a long time.
But why I use Music2000 the most of all despite the lack of many features like dsp's and VSTi's?
Well, I think M2000's restrictions force me to master it and to be creative. Renoise and Reason are superb progs with all the bells and whistles you could ever wish but they have a steep learning curve and it take a very long time (for me) to learn/ master them.
There's another factor: Nostalgia. I like the sound of M2000 very much. It's not crystal clear like pc progs but that makes it so good. It reminds me of the 'good old time' when I made my first tracks back in 1999/2000.
It's like the Sid-sound of the C64 which takes me back to my 'Press Play On Tape'-era
So I hope I will make many more tracks with M2000 as long as I have inspiration and motivation and I will try to support this great site!