In the mid-90s and beeing 15 I discovered the music trackers: programs that let you make music with the computer. They were more popular in the Amiga scene but they also have their crowd on the PC platform. Thanks to a section of the computer magazine PCMania and the CD that acompannied the magazine, I was able to make a small library of instruments from songs made by their readers (well, we had no internet in Spain yet). With that, my 386 (yeah, a fucking 386), a SoundBlaster clone card called Audio 16 (or something like that) and 1 sad and lonely Megabyte of RAM I made my first experiments. Fortunately, some time later it evolved to a Pentium 133 with 16! brutal-power megs of RAM with a true Sound Blaster thanks to which the possibilities seemed endless. Although the program that I initially used was Scream Tracker, with the arrival of Internet I discovered Impulse Tracker, which came to be a clone that improves it.
At that time I basically did 3 things with those programs: my versions of existing songs, my own songs with a particular style (which I don't know how to describe) and songs for some videogame projects that - as you can expect - did not come to anything.
As some of them were not that bad and I was a little sorry to have them abandoned on old floppy disks, I decided to dedicate a small place on the Internet to the best of them. Yes... the ones that are not here are worst!
If interested, you can check them here or on YouTube ;)