Spell Machine: Music

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Spell Machine: Music

Post by Sascha » Thu Oct 09, 2008 9:21 pm

This is my 3rd version of "Spell Machine": Play your own little songs on Rocks'n'Diamonds.
Two voices playing simultaneously are possible.

Click here for a download!

Have fun!
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Post by Sascha » Sat Oct 11, 2008 3:27 pm

C'mon! No critics? No reaction, nothing?

(BTW: The condition of the file host site was that this file will be downloaded at least 30 times a month, so c'mon! :D )
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Post by Daniel H. » Sun Oct 12, 2008 12:16 am

The description above of this "Spell Machine" is not very specific. :?

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Post by Sascha » Sun Oct 12, 2008 10:29 am

There's nothing more to say:

This is my 3rd version after "Spell Machine" and "Spell machine: Japanese".
It's features are nice looking staves, there are 10 different notes playable in two rows that can be played simultaneously.
You can choose 3 different speeds of playing.
There's a green button to play and a red button to stop and a clear-button.
The walls are blue and pale blue checked.

Was this description specific enough? :?

I thought that people who see this post download the file and discover
it by themselves, so I wrote a short description with the most important features.
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Post by Daniel H. » Sun Oct 12, 2008 7:15 pm

I was only making a guess about why you haven't received more feedback.

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Post by fang q » Sun Apr 12, 2009 1:58 am

I thought I had already given my feedback. Strange.

Pros:
*Easier to compose than with Alans 'Music Machine' as you can play out in game.
*Can be transferred to or from a sheet of music.
*Few, basic commands calls for ease of use and learning.
*Pretty


Cons:
*Too short a stave to make any 'good' or recognizable tunes. [I'm assuming this can be changed easily in the editor by someone like myself]
*Monotonous
*The notes can be difficult to read at times [Although this might just be because I'm not in fullscreen]

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Post by Martijn » Tue Jul 20, 2010 6:33 pm

could you upload this again?
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