I think that the definition "old-sk00l" is defined by these things:
1. No dynamic movements whatsoever
2. Trying to avoid most advanced colortricks,because it then doesn't look too much like old-sk00l and some of em suck up fps... (see next)
3. High Framerate is usually the goal of oldskool presets, because they are suppose to be simple and not fps sucking.
4. Tweaking the little things to perfection, because since you can't make up "bad" beat detection by making xtra "spicy" dm's or something you have to tweak the beat-detection, fadeouts, blurs, flow etc. to near perfect to "cover up" the loss. (a lot of "marks" in it huh )
Well this is just my opinion.
And now for the preset.
I love the colors, but of course i always love orange, blue and white shiny colors Anyway it is definetly simple, but it doesn't have the 0ld-sk00l feeling in it :/
Still nice job with it.
I like it but the beat could be much more sensitive i think,
and when was it "simple" to do a so called "oldschool-preset" ?
Is it so that the "oldschool" is bad or something, i get the impression when i read the Description/comments both here and elsewhere that it is second or even third class. Can anyone that knows whats this is about, straight it out