Digital trackers



Digital trackers are trackers using samples and sometimes soundfonts, audio plugins (VST, AU or RTAS), MIDI...
Note : if you want to create chiptunes (8-bit sound) using no sample, go to Woolyss Chipmusic.

Show list of audio trackers for each plateform.


NoiseTracker [amiga/atari]
Free Download >>> NoiseTracker.ziphttp://woolyss.com/tracking-trackers.php?s=NoiseTracker
NoiseTrackerThe final version of Noisetracker, which many considered to be the most important tracker developed since the ultimate soundtracker (until Protracker came along).
Import : MOD | Export : MOD
MIDI support : no



SoundTracker [linux/mac/freeBSD]
Free Download >>> SoundTracker.ziphttp://woolyss.com/tracking-trackers.php?s=SoundTracker
SoundTrackerAn open-source tracker available in many languages (EN, DE, ES, FR, RU...). It works on Linux, Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, OpenBSD, NetBSD, SunOS, IRIX, FreeBSD, Red Hat, CentOS, Mac OSX (Darwin).
Audio plugin support : no
Import : MOD, XM | Export : MOD, XM
MIDI support : yes



The Ultimate Soundtracker [amiga]
Free Download >>> The_Ultimate_Soundtracker.ziphttp://woolyss.com/tracking-trackers.php?s=The+Ultimate+Soundtracker
The Ultimate SoundtrackerThe Ultimate SoundTracker (or Soundtracker) created by Karsten Obarski was released as a commercial product in mid 1987. After few months, the source-code was released to the public domain where it was hacked, debugged and spread across the burgeoning Amiga underground. Historically, it is the first tracker.
Audio plugin support : no
Import : STK | Export : STK
MIDI support : no

Audio demo by Karsten Obarski (The first module of tracking's history !)



Total : 3



























































Tags : tracking, audio trackers, digital trackers, sound editors, DAW, MAO, soundtrackers, soundtracking, demoscene, samples, video game sound