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HivelyTracker 1.2 for OS4 and OS3.x out now!

Date 1-Jan-2007 22:27:37
Topic: Software News


HivelyTracker is a tracker program based upon the AHX format created in the mid '90s by Dexter and Pink of Abyss. The format was relatively popular, and many songs were created and used in scene productions and games. AHX was designed to create a very SID-like sound on the Amiga.

Today, version 1.2 for both OS4 and OS3.x was released! You can grab it from the HivelyTracker homepage.



Competition Time

To celebrate the release of HivelyTracker 1.2 for OS4 and OS3.x, IRIS and Up Rough have teamed up with GGS-Data to bring you the HivelyTracker music competition.

We are inviting everyone to make a song in HivelyTracker, and enter it into a competition to win a C64-DTV. Members of IRIS and Up Rough will judge the winning entry to receive the prize, which has been kindly donated by GGS-Data.

Then, all the entries will be released in a music disk after the competition has finished.

The full rules are available on the the competition page.








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