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      I wonder if any of you are familiar with the music you sometimes find 
on keygen programs that allow you to generate a key to break a software's 
copyright protection? Well I've noticed that these keygen programs usually 
come with music that plays in the background when you execute the keygen 
program. Is that music midi music? How would one go about creating similar 
music oneself?
Thanks,
Mark


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guitarplayer
10/18/2006 4:08:22 AM
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"guitarplayer" <guitar@musicville.com> wrote in message 
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>      I wonder if any of you are familiar with the music you sometimes find 
> on keygen programs that allow you to generate a key to break a software's 
> copyright protection? Well I've noticed that these keygen programs usually 
> come with music that plays in the background when you execute the keygen 
> program. Is that music midi music? How would one go about creating similar 
> music oneself?
> Thanks,
> Mark
>
>

    If you want to hear what keygen music sounds like download the file 
(September 2006 pack mirror1 - Recommended) at this web site: 
http://www.keygenmusic.net/?page=pack/packlist&lang=en
But you will also have to download an XM Player to play these keygen music 
files since they are in ".xm" files at this web site: 
http://support.xmplay.com/
These are both small and fast downloads. Keygen music sounds very unusual; 
although it's a fairly short piece of instrumental music that loops around 
forever one never seems to get bored. I was curious if anyone is familiar 
with this type of music? 


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guitarplayer
10/19/2006 5:16:46 PM
guitarplayer skrev:
>       I wonder if any of you are familiar with the music you sometimes find 
> on keygen programs that allow you to generate a key to break a software's 
> copyright protection? Well I've noticed that these keygen programs usually 
> come with music that plays in the background when you execute the keygen 
> program. Is that music midi music? How would one go about creating similar 
> music oneself?

I think that the software you are looking for is called a "Tracker" 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tracker

-- 

hilsen/regards Max M, Denmark

http://www.mxm.dk/
IT's Mad Science
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Max
10/23/2006 6:50:49 AM
"Max M" <maxm@mxm.dk> wrote in message news:453C6649.8000302@mxm.dk...
> guitarplayer skrev:
>>       I wonder if any of you are familiar with the music you sometimes 
>> find on keygen programs that allow you to generate a key to break a 
>> software's copyright protection? Well I've noticed that these keygen 
>> programs usually come with music that plays in the background when you 
>> execute the keygen program. Is that music midi music? How would one go 
>> about creating similar music oneself?
>
> I think that the software you are looking for is called a "Tracker" 
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tracker
>
> -- 
>
> hilsen/regards Max M, Denmark
>
> http://www.mxm.dk/
> IT's Mad Science

    Yes thanks Max for the information. I ended up stumbling upon the answer 
myself by finding a web site on keygen music, and having the administrator 
of that site explain to me that this was called tracker music and is part of 
the demoscene. 


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trackermusic
10/23/2006 8:30:27 AM
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