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121. Posted: Sat 15th Jan 2011 20:35 GMT
Thanks for the reply Swerd_Murd. I just wanted to make sure I hadn't missed it.
Edited on Sat 15th January, 2011 @ 21:42 by Ecto-1
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122. Posted: Sun 16th Jan 2011 07:15 GMT
Cinemax said a while back that they would have a Rytmik Rock Edition contest after it was released on the NA shop. Hasn't happened yet.
123. Posted: Wed 14th Sep 2011 15:42 BST
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124. Posted: Wed 14th Sep 2011 16:35 BST
Are Rock edition songs allowed here? Or just the orignal?
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125. Posted: Wed 14th Sep 2011 20:00 BST
Any editions welcome;)
126. Posted: Wed 14th Sep 2011 20:04 BST
Pretty simple, just wanted to upload it 'cause some people requested it. Lost Woods BGM from Zelda: OoT.
...it's okay that I didn't compose this song, right? video game covers ftw D:
Edited on Wed 14th September, 2011 @ 20:11 by zezhyrule
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127. Posted: Wed 14th Sep 2011 20:21 BST
In that case, I'll have mine up in a second .
128. Posted: Wed 14th Sep 2011 23:56 BST
Edited on Fri 16th September, 2011 @ 11:59 by Shadowflash
129. Posted: Mon 26th Sep 2011 00:40 BST
Hi guys, I'm new here and come bearing questions about Rytmik that I thought were better to ask here rather than make a new thread for
First off, I'm guessing there's a limit to how many compositions you can have saved at once? I haven't seen it mentioned anywhere what that limit is though, can anyone please confirm? Also, if the limit is reached, would it be possible to copy the Rytmik file from the SD card onto a PC and redownload a fresh copy of Rytmik and swap between them as and when, or would it be recognised as already having been downloaded and prevent a user from downloading another copy?
Secondly, what kind of license are compositions released under? That is, if I create an original piece on Rytmik, do I own that piece and have the right to use it any way I see fit, or does it still technically belong to Cinemax and I can't use it for my own purposes?
Thanks in advance for your help- as a chiptune fan I'm really looking forward to seeing what people can do with Retrobits
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130. Posted: Mon 26th Sep 2011 11:06 BST
@Babybahamut - limit is 256 songs, but it depends also on its size. If you make really huge compositions with all possible notes used (which is just theoretical case and you will never do that), the number would be lower, maybe twice or more. But for average songs (for example majority of my Rytmik demosongs) the limit is about those 256 slots. Unfortunatelly there is no feature to save your songs to SD card. It would be useless, since there is no way how to reload it to Rytmik from SD card.
And about the license, as far as I know, the use of songs made with Rytmik is free, at least from our side (Cinemax). I'm not a lawyer so I don't know if there apply some conditions from Nintendo, but I hope not:)
131. Posted: Mon 26th Sep 2011 17:04 BST
@Martin_Linda thanks very much for your response- that's a lot more than I would have guessed, 256 is impressive! Regarding the SD card transfer, what I meant was that, at least with the 3DS (I can't speak for the DSi) you can transfer DSiWare titles onto the SD card for storage (though you can't launch titles from the SD card) and the save data gets stored there too. With 256 slots to fill I don't suppose it would ever apply, but if you transfer the Rytmik file onto the SD card for storage, then redownload Rytmik to the console, you would be able to have a whole new empty save file while keeping the compositions you made on the first copy. I don't know if there's anything in place that would prevent that though, like the eShop thinking you've already downloaded it and so not letting you grab another copy. As I say though, it's unlikely to be necessary with 256 slots to fill unless you're REALLY busy with it!
132. Posted: Mon 26th Sep 2011 17:35 BST
Here are a few of the songs I've made with Rytmik: Rock Edition.
I wouldn't really classify this as rock, but I am happy with it.
This next one is the only one of the three that I would call a rock song.
This last one is my personal favorite of my creations. Ironically, it was a complete accident, as I was trying to create an ocean wave-like sound. I would recommend using ear phones when listening to this one, as some of the softer notes are difficult to hear otherwise.
I may upload some more later. Any comments or feedback is greatly appreciated. Thanks for listening!
Edited on Mon 26th September, 2011 @ 19:24 by Ecto-1
133. Posted: Wed 2nd Nov 2011 15:05 GMT
Hello everybody, check out the big collection of Rytmik songs on our official Rytmik pages;) http://rytmik-collection.cinemax.cz/
On this page you can add your video to the collection!
134. Posted: Thu 3rd Nov 2011 20:11 GMT
Created with the new Retrobits.
Certain users may recognise it - it's the composition I did with FL Studio for the ill fated community game we tried to make.
I'm really excited about getting to know this game better. While I own the original Rytmik and Rytmik Rock, the sounds in this one seem more versatile for my novice music making skills.
@Ecto-1 Your tracks are really cool. You've inspired me to try out Rytmik Rock again (after I've had a good go with Retrobits).
I've probably said this before, but I do find it easier to compose music with a computer, because you're not just creating tiny clips to put together, but Rytmik is much more user friendly, and I won't regret any of my purchases.
I'm in a bit of a rut, trying to make music with the computer, but maybe Rytmik is what I need to simplify things, and once I create something, I can always reproduce it on the computer (with it's superior mixing potential).
Edited on Thu 3rd November, 2011 @ 20:27 by edhe
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135. Posted: Fri 4th Nov 2011 04:18 GMT
@edheThanks! I really like your song as well. I could imagine it working really well in a game. I'm in a bit of a rut as well. I may try to upload some more songs, but I don't have anything recent. I guess I know what I'll be doing tomorrow; trying to get out of this annoying rut!
136. Posted: Sat 5th Nov 2011 14:48 GMT
Here is one new song. I know its a bit late for Halloween; I had meant to upload this earlier, but never got around to it.
There are two others on my youtube channel here. I'm not as fond of these as I was with the first three I uploaded, but I think they're alright. Thanks for listening. As before, any comments or suggestions are welcome and appreciated.
Edited on Sat 5th November, 2011 @ 14:55 by Ecto-1
137. Posted: Mon 7th Nov 2011 00:03 GMT
My first song I've actually made solely with Rytmik (in this case Rytmik Rock), entitled Shisuke and Taro. It's an entrance theme for the two Japanese wrestlers in the video from an animation series I'm trying to work on. Hopefully, having made a full track (which will have to be remade with FL Studio anyway), I can bring myself to work on the project again. Still, there's only another 5 tracks (plus incidental) to make...
I'm quite pleased with it, because not only is it a full piece, it's slightly less repetitive than my other works.
138. Posted: Mon 7th Nov 2011 02:25 GMT
That was really nice @edhe, I liked it
...the drawings were... nice too... I guess...
139. Posted: Mon 7th Nov 2011 09:50 GMT
Just to be clear, I don't have a fetish for Japanese men in underwear, I just based them on those extreme gameshows where scrawny Japanese men would be flung into the sea by a catapult.
140. Posted: Tue 8th Nov 2011 04:12 GMT
Nice song, Edhe. It sounds tense and sound like will suit your animation well.
Edited on Tue 8th November, 2011 @ 04:13 by Ecto-1