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Software News   Software News : Milky Tracker has found it's home!
   posted by spotUP on 21-Sep-2006 13:29:01 (5939 reads)
...has finally found her way to the birthplatform of all trackers, the Amiga!
Milkytracker is a FastTrackerII/Protracker clone, but not just any clone,
you can run it on your PDA when you're traveling and on your Amiga when
you are at home, and on your PC when you are at work.

Download your free copy today!


While being 100% compatible to ProTracker and FastTrackerII the editor is the most advanced ever seen in a tracker on the Amiga. It imports lots of
formats for example MOD, XM and DMB, and it saves in the MOD and XM format. This is a highly anticipated app, and one of the bigger music apps
for AmigaOS 4.0 to date, so now have some fun! If you are new to tracking, don't be afraid to try it out, to make it easier for you we have made some
video tutorials available for download;

Basic Usage, Resonance,
Arpeggio, Drawing Drums, Harmonies, Leads,
Basic Chiptune, Sine Crafting, 9xx Commands.

Here is a starter sample pack to get you going quickly and here are some example tunes if you just want to chill with some tunes!

Now go create some stunning pieces! Signed:

Varthall / Up Rough, Henning Nielsen Lund and Spot / Up Rough.



    

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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
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CONGRATZ & RESPECT TO ALL INVOLVED!!!


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[double post removed... I did not think I could click so quickly even with AWeb ]

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It works on MorphOS aswell thru OS4Emu .. which is nice.. !!!


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great!


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FANTASTIC!

Where do I donate?

Rude!


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Really nice! I have to try it when I get home

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Wow! Excellent.
Thanks spotUP.


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wow!
thanks for everyone who involved in making this port!
this is a must need app for amiga-like systems!
and it runs really great on my pega/mos machine:)
i am able to make music again in amiga env. thx to you!

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I think Milky tracker looks excellent


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This is absolutely fantastic. I can't write music to save my life, but I used to muck around with Octamed on my A600, so having a decent tracker makes OS4 feel even more like home!

One small request though - would it be possible for clicking in the top-right corner when you are in full screen cycle through screens? It feels a bit awkward having to do LAmiga + M to switch screens. That's my only (minor) complaint though - I love it!

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Well done all involved.


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GREAT WORK DUDES!

Tuxedo.


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For the PC, Linux, WinCE and Mac versions see the Milky Tracker home page.

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Wow! Really great! Thanks to everyone involved in bringing this great superb tracker to OS4!

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I'm so jealous!!!!

When's the OS3.9 port?!?!?!?!? I'll give you a kiss...


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Hmmmm... I wonder why there isn't an Amiga version on the Milky Tracker home page...


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That is looking nice. Very much along the lines of the current PC trackers interfaces (FT2, Skale and Renoise all have a similar look and feel to that shot). Good work in getting this ported over.


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Excellent work, thanks to all involved!


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Whoa! \:D/
Just downloading, gotta try it asap :)


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Hoho, this is cool!

I remember Protracker 2.3 was the very first amiga app I downloaded, thanks you guys for porting its offspring over. Noxious mushroom!

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