Re: [LAU] Applications for tracking mod/xm files

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To: Kris Calabio <kriscalabio@...>
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Date: Thursday, February 9, 2012 - 9:15 pm

Hi Kris,
MilkyTracker is a traditional tracker which is available on Linux.
It is a clone of FastTracker II and ProTracker, so it's got the
Amiga-style grid-o-buttons layout. If you've used Impulse Tracker
before, SchismTracker is a clone of that. I personally prefer either
of those to MPT.

If it's just all out quality in a tracker interface you're after (as
opposed to compatibility with legacy formats), I highly recommend
Renoise. It supports plugin formats (VST, and not sure what else on
Linux) and has lots of built-in effects. I've mostly switched to Mac
these days, but I've logged hours upon hours on that version of
Renoise and have never seen a crash. It's (cheap) commercial software
though, not free.

Happy Tracking!

-Louis

On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 12:42 PM, Kris Calabio wrote:

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[LAU] Applications for tracking mod/xm files, Kris Calabio, (Thu Feb 9, 8:42 pm)
Re: [LAU] Applications for tracking mod/xm files, Dan MacDonald, (Fri Feb 10, 12:15 am)
Re: [LAU] Applications for tracking mod/xm files, Jeremy Jongepier, (Thu Feb 9, 10:07 pm)
Re: [LAU] Applications for tracking mod/xm files, Louis Gorenfeld, (Thu Feb 9, 9:15 pm)