- load it into the Sound File Processor
- unmute the instrument
- unmute the mixer channel #30
fantastic! But i do have two questions: where do you start on such songs and how did you get your logo in the discribtion(in LMMS)?Posted by: TRoniX on 2014-01-24 21:51:30
The first question is really hard to answer, so I'll start with the second one.
I've discovered that LMMS uses HTML code to handle the project notes. If you save a project in an uncompressed form (MMP, not MMPZ) you can then open it with a text editor and see the XML code.
Then I tried to put SVG code there (as it's XML too), but LMMS doesn't render SVG.
However I found that a PNG image can be embedded in HTML code using what is called Base64 (a way to encode a binary file into printable text).
A bit of searching got me with a code example.
I made a graphic with Inkscape, exported a PNG, encoded with it with base64 program under GNU/Linux, added some text additions, inserted into the project, opened, saved as a compressed file and voila!
Try reverse-engineering ;)
The first question though - this track was a lot of work and passion. Ideas came with time, the track evolved a lot and gathered polish both soundwise and in arrangement/melodies/ideas.Posted by: unfa on 2014-01-24 23:00:13
Absolutely amazing. :) I'm also quite baffled on how you got an image in the Project Notes.Posted by: Popsip on 2014-01-24 23:02:02
@unfa, so in other words, you hacked it. ;)Posted by: Popsip on 2014-01-24 23:07:04
@unfa: wow you should make a tutorial on the thing with the logo...it's a fantastic idea.Posted by: TRoniX on 2014-01-24 23:58:14
A tutorial? I think that would spoil the fun of hacking ;)Posted by: unfa on 2014-01-25 21:15:58
wow, my coputer sucks!! would you like to send via mp3 to email@example.com
sounds great!!Posted by: ThommyHammer on 2014-03-27 21:05:57
You've got mail ;)Posted by: unfa on 2014-07-23 01:14:05