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      <h1><a href="..">&larr;</a>Creating Music—Part 2</h1>
      <time datetime="2020-06-06">6 June 2020</time>
      <a href="track1.html">Part 1</a>
      <a href="track3.html">Part 3</a>
        <h2>Switching it Up</h2>
          Unlike <a href="track1.html">last week</a>,
          for the second capstone journal entry, I did not use Sonic
          Pi, but instead I spent some time trying out
          <a href="">Schism Tracker</a>.
          According to its website, Schism Tracker is “is a free and
          open-source reimplementation of Impulse Tracker, a program
          used to create high quality music without the requirements
          of specialized, expensive equipment, and with a unique
          ‘finger feel’ that is difficult to replicate in part.”
          <a href="">Trackers</a>
          are primarily used in making
          <a href="">Chiptune</a>
          music, but I didn't seek it out solely for that purpose.
          Unlike programming music with Sonic Pi, in Schism, patterns of samples
          arranged into channels, which are combined to create a whole song.
          I found some
          <a href="">samples on the web</a>
          to make my song out of.
          Just a note about the interface:
          Schism uses the keyboard exclusively, there is no mousing around here!
          (<a href="">Just the way I like it.</a>)
        <h2>Let’s Hear it</h2>
          You can click <a href="track2.mp3">here</a> to download the mp3.
          For a screen recording of the playthrough, watch this:
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