Chipmusic

Protrekkr – an interesting tracker

protrekkrspot/UP reports: “Salass00 has ported an advanced tracker called Protrekkr to the AmigaOS4 platform.

It has a built in softsynth and a 303 emulator. You can also use ordinary samples.”

The blurb:

ProTrekkr (formerly known as NoiseTrekker) is a tracker program combining a software synthesizer together with a traditional samples tracker which can be used to create electronic music for small sized intros, demos or games.

The tracker is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

Main features:
– Open source.
– 16 multi-notes tracks (with 256 virtual channels).
– Samples editor (can load up to 64 bits stereo samples).
– Patterns based tracker style sequencer.
– Synthesizer with custom waveforms support.
– Cubic spline interpolation.
– 2 303s units.
– Wav files import/export.
– 16 or 32 bits wav rendering.
– Multi effects engine with reverb, distortion, filters, delay, EQs, flanger, etc…
– Midi in/out support.
– Protracker .mod files import.
– Samples compressor handling Gsm/Mp3/TrueSpeech (not on Linux/Mac OS X yet).
– Replay routine source code to be included & used inside your own programs (Also featuring a replay routine for the PlayStation Portable).
– Winamp/XMPlay plugin available.
– And maybe more…

This is a FREEWARE tool, this means that you can use it for whatever you want and for free.

Download it here (AmigaOS4 version)
Or here (Other platforms) 

via Amiga.org – News.

 

I wonder how optimized this is, since it advertises it as for use in demo productions and games. I tried the MacOSX build but it said it needed a mising library (tsk tsk), so I can’t test it. Reports?

Comments are closed.