No other music maker can match Music 2000 for the scale and depth of its easy to use musical and video features. Can't believe no one has done this yet. Quite possibly, the most wicked product ever invented for the Playstation and frighteningly addictive. There are no filters though. The user of this software, assumes full responsibility ensuring its use in accordance with local and federal laws.
Remember the bug that threatened to take us back to the stone age and Kelly Brook on The Big Breakfast? The Jester Interactive developed, Codemasters released studio simulator was revolutionary, giving millions of us an insight into how fucking boring it must be to actually spend all day making music. It turns the complex act of creation into something that's immediately understandable and, theoretically at least, easy to pick up. Well he could be doing three things. Anyone have any idea what's going on here, or what his adapter is doing?. Quality of those samples is excellent.
Just try not to think of the things that could have been achieved in the time it took the madman behind it to make a dream come true. Watch it in full above. I was thinking about getting a pc just to run some music software,namely Ableton live,or Cubase 5. The only thing is, you need to actually have ideas in the first place. I don't mean to be pushy or anything, this project just really excites me.
So,is there a program out there already? That ebullient mix of pre-millennial tension and excitement? It has also preset loops, and there's many of them. One is just pressing the start button on the controller at the same time as the gameboy, two is linking the start button to the Arduino and then that sends it to other equipment down the line, or three, he has taken the audio pulse from one of the stereo channels and then fed that into an Arduino to be filtered further to generate a clock signal. My solution would be to reverse the code to add serial output, and then every time there is a pulse, send it over the serial line. I let him know that you might be interested in helping out and let him know about this forum. There are three basic modes: Sequencer, Music Jam and Video creation, the last of which is mediocre. If you don't have any idea how he managed to rig up this prototype, I would appreciate other suggestions on how to proceed with this project. I tried contacting the channel to ask more questions but his account has been inactive for four years now so I don't expect to hear anything from him.
It seems like he's also heading towards a code to communicate pulses through the serial port. And unlike Posh - it's always in key and high in phat. You have dozens of sounds of drums and percussion, divided into section like hi-hats, snares etc. It should be very easy to do, but adding a serial line hook to the code might break things. It also allows you to edit them in any way you want. The user manual leaves something to be desired - most of the learning comes through trial and error. I think this could be a really cool project if developed further and I would be happy to help however I can.
Music 2000 is the greatest old-skool drum machine ever released. Halcyon days, really, before everything turned to absolute shit and we all started wearing cargo pants and getting really into As If. I'm probably not much help but at the very least I can get you guys in touch. Other sounds are not so good, but it doesn't matter. Music 2000 has totally turned around the concept of the games console. I know for alot of people that was their first taste of producing music eventhough it was quite limited and basic.
R controls,use a keyboard if needed to do all the other bits,i reckon it could be done,if you look at the Ableton live screenshots,you could make a program like that work using a ps3. Music 2000 wasn't just good for chintzy club tracks that sound like house with a really flat tire. Which I never really did. They also sampled some electric guitars quite well. You can create your own loops of great quality and easily copy and paste them any way you want,apply acoustic effects,pan effects etc, there's really no limit.
In it, players navigate a grid of sound channels, effects and even a video sequencer, whose could now be considered to be pretty retro. Whether you're beginner or beatmaster, Music 2000 puts you in control. It's a pretty basic tracker composition software that's very easy to learn, and it comes with an extensive library of pre-packaged sounds to work with. As a 'game' it was torturous; fiddly, unresponsive, demanding and difficult. Did ever end up getting in touch with you about working together? It is one great thing, it's has samples taken from Linn, the top drum machine from the 80's, the one used by artist like Michael Jackson.
Recently i managed to use one of them emulator things to have a dabble with the game again, ended up posting a couple on Youtube and here they are. I used to make tons of dnb tunes on it back in the day then technology moved on and i kind of just stopped playing it. Synthopia tipped us off to a recently uploaded video by YouTube user that looks at Music 2000 and provides a tutorial for those of you who want to reminisce about the good old days of music and gaming—or who want to give their productions a seriously vintage edge. You can also sample your own riffs and choose from the existing genres of house, techno, trance, beat and rock oh yeah baby! Did anyone else have the music 2000 game for the ps1? These musical maestros overcame the limitations of the system to produce tunes you didn't know a humble 16 bit video game console were capable of. Hours of my own personal hinterland between the innocence of childhood and the assumed-experience of early adolescence were spent putzing about with Music's in-built sampler, trying to turn one second snatches of Jack White's guitar into something that didn't sound just like a once-second snatch of Jack White's guitar sampled at super low bit rate plonked on a very rudimentary drum track. Music 2000 comes complete with over a thousand samples which you can split, combine and mutate to your heart's content. We always thought Playstations were about little boys pounding out their pyscho-sexual fantasies and it's true! People who made Music 2000 have done great job.
As a tool it was invaluable. This music sampling programme is idiot proof and even Posh and Beks could master a bangin' tune in no time at all. It's majestic end-of-the-pier stuff, a driving, dark take on a sentimental favourite. I want the same thing, i had music 200 and made tons of tracks, it was a nightmare getting them to cd though and some of the better ones wouldn't save on the memory card so i couldn't keep them, i also got mtv music generator and music 3000 for ps2, neither of these were any good though, if they released one for ps3 it'd be brilliant, make your track, stick it on a dongle and voila, you got your tune. This page is for informational use only. For under thirty squids, you can have a complete recording studio in the comfort of your livingroom.