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I just got my copy of LSDJ today and – not having used a “Tracker” before – had a difficult time understanding the basic structure of the program. I've created this basic diagram in the hopes of helping other beginners to better understand the building-blocks of LSDJ. If anyone can make this page look more attractive, please do!

Little Sound DJ Structural Diagram

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--______________Gameboy-----------

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--________Four Sound Channels-----


--Pulse1---Pulse2---Wave---Noise--

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--____________SONG Mode-----------

_______Built up from CHAINS-------

_______One CHAIN per channel------

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--____________CHAIN Mode----------

_____Strings PHRASES together-----

________Transposes PHRASES--------

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--____________PHRASE Mode---------

The most fundamental part of LSDJ Here you enter notes,
instrument select, commands, and command values. Any PHRASE can  
be played back on any channel, but you might compose a PHRASE
for a specific channel(Drum kits on wave channel)

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--_________INSTRUMENT Mode--------

Parameters for creating/controlling the INSTRUMENTS to be used
in your PHRASES. INSTRUMENTS can be further modified by the
FRAME, TABLE and BANK screens.

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