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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Interview with Armin Sander (Oktalyzer)
   posted by Daff on 8-Apr-2014 4:55:59 (2373 reads)
The magazine Obligement publish today an interview with Armin Sander, the German coder behind the famous 8-tracks tracker Oktalyser on Amiga.

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Interview in English : http://obligement.free.fr/articles_traduction/itwsander_en.php

Interview in French : http://obligement.free.fr/articles/itwsander.php
    

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Hypex 
Re: Interview with Armin Sander (Oktalyzer)
Posted on 9-Apr-2014 15:01:50
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Is he also a German comedian?

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Re: Interview with Armin Sander (Oktalyzer)
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Good music program. M y inspiration,

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Re: Interview with Armin Sander (Oktalyzer)
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Nice interview. Pleasure to read.


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Re: Interview with Armin Sander (Oktalyzer)
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Never heard of either but will check it out.

Rude!


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Re: Interview with Armin Sander (Oktalyzer)
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Oktalyzer was my first music program. Sadly, it got quickly replaced by ProTracker. I was involved in the demoscene at the time, and there was no way for Oktalyzer tunes to be used in demos: the mixing routine was too taxing for the A500. You could play your songs in Oktalyzer but that was about it.


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Nice read thanks

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