Corrosive Art Contest Submissions (so far)


[CONTEST] Corrosive Art

2013-04-29 19:10:11 by CorrosiveEye
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Submit Art | Submitted Art

!!!!!!ART WILL BE JUDGED BASED ON HOW NASTY/GROSS/GUT WRENCHING IT IS!!!!

DETAILS

* Art must contain person with flesh deteriorated by something acidic
* Art must contain a body or easily recognizable body part
* Art must contain something corrosive

RULES

* Submissions must be uploaded to Newgrounds
* Submit by linking to your art in this thread.
* Submissions dated before April 29th will not be accepted.

PRIZES

1st ------------ $30
2nd ------------$15
3rd ------------- $5

* Money awarded via PayPal (Please make sure you have a PayPal account)

DEADLINE

* May 15th

EXTRA INFO

* Submit your questions in this thread
* You and your artwork will be credited wherever and whenever I use them


Plan C - Abort Mission

2013-04-26 17:33:48 by CorrosiveEye
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MilkyTracker | About Plan C

No longer updating Plan C. I have gotten bored of MilkyTracker. I will continue to make more dubstep.


Plan C - Day 1

2013-04-22 22:46:41 by CorrosiveEye
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MilkyTracker | About Plan C | Day 1 Song

Things I've learned

1.Record Notes

Press Space to set MilkyTracker in record mode. When the "Rec" button is in red, milky tracker will record your key presses.

2.Set Volume of Note

In the third column of any channel, you can type in hexadecimal numbers to set the volume of a note

3.Volume Fade

You can make a note fade out by recording a series of notes in sequence and setting a volume value for each note that is lower than the previous.

4.Echo

You can make a note echo by placing a copy in the next beat with a volume value 1/4 or 1/3 of the original

5.Create Samples

You can create your own samples in the Sample Editor by pressing Ctrl+S. You can then right click on the grid, click new, select size of sample.

6.Generate Basic Waveforms

You can create a basic waveform in the Sample Editor(after creating a sample of course) by, rightclicking the window the the blue line running across it and selecting generators.

If you want it to loop, check "Foward" which is right next to the "Vol" button in the middle of the screen.

7.Instrument Editor

You can edit samples in the Instrument Editor. Many of the sliders use hexadecimal numbers.

Here's a conversion chart!

00 - 0
01 - 1
02 - 2
03 - 3
04 - 4
05 - 5
06 - 6
07 - 7
08 - 8
09 - 9
0A - 10
0B - 11
0C - 12
0D - 13
0E - 14
0F - 15
10 - 16
11 - 17
.. - ..
.. - ..


Plan C

2013-04-22 01:20:59 by CorrosiveEye
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I'm learning how to use MilkyTracker to make songs. I will be making chiptunes and uploading them soon. I'm going to update my news regularly to keep track of my progress. I will call the collection "Plan C" and will label them accordingly.

About MilkyTracker

MilkyTracker is an open source, multi-platform music application for creating .MOD and .XM module files. It attempts to recreate the module replay and user experience of the popular DOS program Fasttracker II, with special playback modes available for improved Amiga ProTracker 2/3 compatibility.

HELP
I'm also interested in collaborating with other NG people. If you'd also like to learn MilkyTracker along with me, feel free to send me a PM or even respond to this News Post.

Thank You and Have a Good Day :D

Day 1