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Software News   Software News : Milky Tracker has found it's home!
   posted by spotUP on 21-Sep-2006 12:29:01 (5963 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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Breed 
Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 21-Sep-2006 19:33:15
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Thank you, thank you and again thank you, it's working just great, is there way to show my support, I wanna make donation...


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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 21-Sep-2006 19:43:20
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donate@milkytracker.net


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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 21-Sep-2006 21:33:56
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Oh, hell yes!!!!. I've been using this on Mac OSX for awhile now. Great program. runs nice and smooth unlike most PC trackers.

Now I just need something to run OS4 so I can try it

68k port?


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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 21-Sep-2006 22:52:17
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@spotUP

On second thought, I must say I liked better the audio quality of TFB

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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 21-Sep-2006 23:01:07
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Cool program. Thanks for this. Many OS4 users will be really happy for this
one. This will probably bring on more music from the amiga community ;)
For myself its not interesting as it doesnt have midi support to controll my hardware synthesizers. But its nice to know we have a new tracker working on os4 and to show it off to friend and ofcourse to play tunes with it.

I hope to see in future more cool trackers specially with midi support. Octamed is on work so well see when its finished. And HDREC is always on work, not a tracker but cubase like editor.

So OS4/MOS users go on make some cool mods :)

Thanks Varthall / Up Rough

Last edited by Kicko on 21-Sep-2006 at 11:01 PM.

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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 22-Sep-2006 0:08:08
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Quote:
Hmmmm... I wonder why there isn't an Amiga version on the Milky Tracker home page...


You might wanna look there again




Oh, and a big thnx for this one. This is a great app to have on Amiga.


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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 22-Sep-2006 5:04:49
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This is just GREAT NEWS love it..................


now i just need zum HW to run it on..............


Big thanks to all innvolved

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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 22-Sep-2006 9:08:51
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Thanks for the warm responses Nice to hear it's working on MOS, too. For a 68k version we'd need someone willing to do the port. I don't know if it would run fast enough except on Amithlon/UAE though.

A new version will be released this evening, with two small fixes:

- "parent" crash on beta OS4 versions fix, done by HNL_DK
- default buffersize raised to avoid audio skips during replay

Varthall


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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 22-Sep-2006 9:09:52
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Quote:
now i just need zum HW to run it on..............

Hint: It works fine on Pegasos with OS4emu... (Yes, you recognized it correcty, this was a blue troll guerilla marketing! OMFG! )


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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 22-Sep-2006 9:40:10
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From: Hungary

You`re too late, it was already mentioned... That`s all...

BTW that`s QL. Hopefully will be a native version as well, or this "bridgeware" will be obsolete once, sooner or later...

Rgds,

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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 22-Sep-2006 11:43:31
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Quick analysis:

According to my docs ASO_NoTrack defaults to TRUE, but MilkyTracker
seems to assume it defaults to FALSE. I noticed that MilkyTracker
allocates message ports via AllocSysObject() call never freeing them
and they are not marked trackable.

In contrary MilkyTracker allocates semaphores via AllocSysObject() and
marks them non-trackable while objects are non-trackable by the
default?

Right?


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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 22-Sep-2006 13:57:47
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@spotUP
Great to see you having fun with your hobby!
The more developers we have the more powerful OS4 becomes.


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Re: Milky Tracker has found it's home!
Posted on 22-Sep-2006 14:20:13
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From: Up Rough

Quote:

According to my docs ASO_NoTrack defaults to TRUE, but MilkyTracker
seems to assume it defaults to FALSE. I noticed that MilkyTracker
allocates message ports via AllocSysObject() call never freeing them
and they are not marked trackable.

In contrary MilkyTracker allocates semaphores via AllocSysObject() and
marks them non-trackable while objects are non-trackable by the
default?

Right?


Milkytracker is an SDL application, so everything low-level is handled by the SDL library. I can't help much, maybe evilrich, the SDL OS4 port maintainer, might give you an answer.


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