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 Readme for:  Audio » Tracker » goattracker.lha

Goattracker

Description: A crossplatform C64 music editor
Download: goattracker.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 608kb
Version: 2.05
Date: 28 Jul 2005
Author: Lasse Öörni, ported by Varthall/Up Rough
Submitter: Varthall / Up Rough
Email: varti01/hotpop com
Homepage: http://covertbitops.c64.org/
Category: audio/tracker
Replaces: audio/tracker/goattracker.lha
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 918
 
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GoatTracker v2.05
AmigaOS 4 version 1.0

Editor by Lasse Öörni (loorni()student.oulu.fi)
Uses reSID engine by Dag Lem and SDL library.

AmigaOS 4 port by Varthall/Up Rough (varti01()hotpop.com), based on the 1.52
port
sources and libbme.a made by Juha Niemimaki.
Icon drawn by Thomas Wurgler.

Thanks to Spot and Delsig for the betatesting!

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This program is a tracker-like C64 music editor running on Win32, Linux
and AmigaOS 4 platforms (using the SDL library, see http://www.libsdl.org)

GoatTracker v2 adds more commands and uniform step programming tables for
waveform/arpeggio, pulse effects, and filter effects. It is likely much more
complex to learn & master than v1.xx.

The Amiga port has a new command-line switch added: /F, which runs the program
on a separate (full)screen rather than in a window, so that it looks much more
like
a C64 program. All the switches work only when run from shell, tooltypes are
not
supported.

Regarding this port I'm planning to try to support the replay through a
Catweasel
card (with a SID chip plugged in) for the next version. HardSID support is not
planned.


28/07/05
Varthall/Up Rough






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