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Berlin, Germany,
03.10.2018, 20:37
 

Madbit's FM Tracker 0.11alpha (Announce)

Today I came across this AdLib tracker made in 1994. It comes with three demo songs and source code for Borland (Turbo) Pascal 7: https://sourceforge.net/projects/fmtracker/ (Direct download: http://datapacket.dl.sourceforge.net/project/fmtracker/FM.Tracker.v0.11.With.Sources.zip)

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You can find a 7-minute demo video at http://youtu.be/xQQvtjI7THg

Features:
* Supports OPL-2 compatible sound cards like AdLib, SoundBlaster, SB Pro, SB16 or an emulator like DOSBox.
* FastTracker inspired interface and keyboard shortcuts.
* OPL-2 Instrument editor with live preview.
* Imports instruments from HSC Tracker and S!P AdLib Tracker.
* Up to 256 instruments per song.
* Up to 256 patterns per song.
* 64 rows and 9 channels per pattern.
* Editable scrolltext message per song.
* Supported tracker commands: Pitch slide up, Pitch slide down, Shift to note, Set carrier volume, Set modulator volume, Set feedback, Slide volume, Jump to position, Set volume, Break pattern, Key off, Vibrato on/off, Amplitude modulation on/off, Fine volume slide up, Fine volume slide down, Set tempo.

RayeR(R)

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CZ,
03.10.2018, 21:30

@ rr
 

Madbit's FM Tracker 0.11alpha

At first it needs to patch CRT runtime error 200 or recompile.

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Berlin, Germany,
04.10.2018, 22:46

@ RayeR
 

Madbit's FM Tracker 0.11alpha

> At first it needs to patch CRT runtime error 200 or recompile.

No RTE 200 here with DOSBox or Virtual PC 2007.
Player runs fine in DOSBox, but music plays (and text scrolls) too fast in VPC. :-|

Rugxulo(R)

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Usono,
05.10.2018, 02:57

@ rr
 

Dr. Track

What about Dr. Track?

* http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/micro/pc-stuff/freedos/files/util/sound/drtrack/
* https://www.walkofmind.com/programming/dr_track.htm

> Dr. Track ... the first "MOD" player and editor for DOS!
> ... was written in Assembly and Turbo Pascal, here is the source code ....

EDIT: I remember pointing Jim Leonard (author of MONOTONE) to this, years ago, and he was blown away.

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