Chiptrackers are trackers oriented soundchip (8-bit sound).
Note : if you want to create chiptunes with digital trackers (using samples like here) go to Woolyss Tracking.
Show list of audio trackers for each plateform.
List of audio trackers sorted by computer platform
List of old audio trackers of all platforms - Morgan Leah Records
List of old audio trackers using OPL3 (Yamaha YMF262 soundchip) - Adlib Wave460
List of Atari chiptrackers - DHS
List of Atari chiptrackers - Trackers Heaven
List of Amstrad CPC chiptrackers - Cpcrulez
List of Commodore 64 chiptrackers - Utenti
List of Commodore 64 chiptrackers - Noname.c64
List of MSX chiptrackers - Msx.org
List of ZX Spectrum chiptrackers - ZXtunes
All | Windows - MS-DOS - Mac - iPhone - Linux - Amiga - Nintendo - Sega - Atari - Commodore - Amstrad - ZX - OPL | Commercial - Free
|Nintendo Gameboy sound chip offers four channels with 4-bit sound. Need a cartridge. The ZIP archive contains tutorial links. |
[mp3] audio demo by Puss
|Neil Baldwin's second take on a native Nintendo NES tracker. Features a very
similar user interface to LSDJ. Highlights include Auto Echo, complex
Table-based FX, a unique 'multi-voice' table effect, amplitude
modulation 'distortion', scaleable 180hz refresh rate.|
[mp3] audio demo by Nikola Whallon
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Tags : chiptrackers, 8-bit trackers, 8-bit sound editors, soundtrackers, audio trackers, chiptune, 8-bit music, chipmusic, micromusic, video game sound