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



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 !)



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