Madtracker

Discussion in 'Production' started by Djzleite, Apr 19, 2005.

  1. Djzleite

    Djzleite New Member

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    :gpeace:

    http://www.madtracker.org/download.php

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    MadTracker is a sample-based music composition tool.
    Compose music quickly and easily with its tracker interface.

    From the creation of beats to the composition of a full symphony, MadTracker will get the best out of your samples thanks to its high-quality resampling engine.

    Besides the technical stuff, MadTracker is surrounded by an amazing community!
    If you have a problem, a suggestion, a rant, or just want to have some fun, join the forum.
    If you want to publish your music to get some reviews, you can submit it in the Music page, and/or talk about it in the forum.

    If you are not convinced yet, you can check some music done by MadTracker users here, here and here.

    Still not convinced? Just download it and hear for yourself!

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    Features
    Interface Engine
    Bilingual: English and Français
    Runs under Windows NT4/2k/9x/ME/XP
    Intuitive interface
    Mouse wheel support
    ProTracker & FastTracker shortcuts
    Browser
    Oscilloscopes
    Multi-track recording
    Multi-track editing
    Track labeling
    Built-in chat (for instant help or peer chatting)
    64 tracks - 4 polyphony channels per track
    32-bit internal mixing with 16-bit interpolation
    Very accurate pitches (40-bit precision)
    Volume ramping (48-bit precision)
    Advanced click removal
    25-points FIR filters for the Filter track effect
    Resonant filters
    New Note Actions
    1 volume column and 1 panning column
    FastTracker effects + Impulse Tracker effects + New effects
    2-bytes effect parameters
    Drums patterns
    Stereo samples
    Synchronized samples
    Keep-on-disc samples

    Advanced Features
    Track effects (delay, stereo delay, filter, flange, analog filter)
    Automation (envelopes for tracks volume & track effects parameters)
    VST support (both effects and instruments)
    ReWire support (professional version only)



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    File Formats
    Modules
    MadTracker 2 Module (*.MT2)
    Extended Module (*.XM)
    Impulse Tracker Module (*.IT) (import only)
    Scream Tracker Module (*.S3M) (import only)
    ProTracker Module (*.MOD) (import only)


    Instruments
    MadTracker 2 Instrument (*.MTI)
    FastTracker 2 Instrument (*.XI)


    Samples
    MadTracker 2 Sample (*.MTS)
    Microsoft Wave (*.WAV)
    Macintosh AIFF (*.AIF)
    Amiga IFF (*.IFF)


    Miscellaneous
    MadTracker 2 Pattern (*.MTP)
    MadTracker 2 Envelope (*.MTE)
    MadTracker 2 Extension (*.MTX)
    VST 2 Bank (*.FXB)
    VST 2 Preset (*.FXP)

    Used Protracker on CM Amiga and Atari St, then Fastracker on old PC´s and finaly Madtracker for Windows as the old Fastracker isn´t acepting new pci sound cards, anyway i use it for convert xm to wav, play isn´t possbile.
    Madtracker and a laptop it´s what i used to bring my track to heavy weight vinyl :gpeace:
    Use it wisely :jerkit:
     
  2. Serum

    Serum Well-Known Member

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    Fucking hell haven't gone near a tracker in years.
    Do they all have full VST support now then?
     
  3. skeez

    skeez Nuke 'em all !

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    Wicked Wicked :)

    downloading 8)
     
  4. Reactor Grits

    Reactor Grits lick a shot

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    So what's wrong with Renoise?
     
  5. goose

    goose CEREMONY

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    It's not as stable or nice to use, IMO - Madtracker is getting better all the time. Nothing wrong with using both, though. Horses for courses.