Difference between revisions of "Talk:Converting from Impulse Tracker"

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Maybe it's more appropriate for the history, but i don't think the tutorial gives the impression that buzz has poor audioquality... I also slightly edited a few very old passages. Maybe there really are people left who still use classic trackers, even if only on the nintendo ds (nitrotracker) or so and where not exposed to modular hosts so far, who knows... ? --[[User:Antonio|Antonio]] 20:04, 29 July 2009 (UTC)
 
Maybe it's more appropriate for the history, but i don't think the tutorial gives the impression that buzz has poor audioquality... I also slightly edited a few very old passages. Maybe there really are people left who still use classic trackers, even if only on the nintendo ds (nitrotracker) or so and where not exposed to modular hosts so far, who knows... ? --[[User:Antonio|Antonio]] 20:04, 29 July 2009 (UTC)
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: I don't think there's any problem having pages with rare or extraneous information, as long as it is not presented as being vital information. What we should be concerned about, is ''what'' links to this page. [[User:JoaCHIP|JoaCHIP]] 14:19, 30 July 2009 (UTC)

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Is this page seriously needed anymore? I think its incredibly pointless and just gives people who havent used Buzz before the impression that its some nerdprogram you could never use to get serious results in terms of audioquality.

Maybe it's more appropriate for the history, but i don't think the tutorial gives the impression that buzz has poor audioquality... I also slightly edited a few very old passages. Maybe there really are people left who still use classic trackers, even if only on the nintendo ds (nitrotracker) or so and where not exposed to modular hosts so far, who knows... ? --Antonio 20:04, 29 July 2009 (UTC)

I don't think there's any problem having pages with rare or extraneous information, as long as it is not presented as being vital information. What we should be concerned about, is what links to this page. JoaCHIP 14:19, 30 July 2009 (UTC)