Renoise has been my main music production tool for many years. After not having been active for a while, Renoise has called me again, and I have created an album of ten bitpop tracks.
The album was first released on Bump Foot (https://bumpfoot.net/foot281.html), a Japanese netlabel. I then additionally published it on YouTube with screen‑recordings of Renoise playing the tunes. Also, the XRNS files have been published. A list of the softsynths used―all of them free―can be found in the infotext inside the archive (and below).
The XRNS files and the YouTube playlist may be found here:
Artist: The Hardliner (https://jonassantoso.com) Album: Further Beyond Serendipity Release date: 22 September 2019 Label: Bump Foot (https://bumpfoot.net) Original release URL: https://bumpfoot.net/foot281.html Catalog number: foot281 The eleven files listed below constitute the open-source release of above album and are released under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). . ├── 00-the_hardliner_-_further_beyond_serendipity.txt ├── 01-the_hardliner_-_feline_population.xrns ├── 02-the_hardliner_-_all_things_equally_serene.xrns ├── 03-the_hardliner_-_beach_memories.xrns ├── 04-the_hardliner_-_chance_encounter_matrix.xrns ├── 05-the_hardliner_-_choco_azahara.xrns ├── 06-the_hardliner_-_devoid_of_harmony_pollution.xrns ├── 07-the_hardliner_-_first_exposure_to_a_new_colour.xrns ├── 08-the_hardliner_-_flexing_the_right_muscles_right.xrns ├── 09-the_hardliner_-_hidden_note_innuendo.xrns └── 10-the_hardliner_-_rainy_day,_tennis_court.xrns The album was created using Renoise V3.1 (https://renoise.com) and the following free softsynths: . ├── Charlatan (http://www.blaukraut.info) ├── Dexed (http://asb2m10.github.io/dexed) ├── helm64 (https://tytel.org/helm) ├── SQ8L (http://www.buchty.net/ensoniq) ├── Synth1 VST64 (https://daichilab.sakura.ne.jp/softsynth/index.html) └── Tunefish4 (https://www.tunefish-synth.com) The samples were mostly taken from the SoundTracker 'ST-XX' sampledisks and the set of waveforms that come with MusicLine Editor, all of which can be found on Aminet (http://aminet.net). --thl 20191007