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
|Musetracker (formerly called Pornotracker) is an NES music tracker that I originally created about 4 years ago to be used in the NES demo "High Hopes". Back then FamiTracker was too resource hungry to be used in a demo and NerdTracker II, IMO, was too limited. I was supposed to release it right after Assembly 2007 but somehow that didn't happen due to feature creep and some other things. I have a added a lot of features since then, like raw PCM sample support and better editing options. Pornotracker is the only NES tracker supporting raw PCM samples (7-bit with 7.8 kHz sampling rate). Because of this it's not possible to export to NSF at this time. Exporting to an iNES ROM file is possible though, and I hope at some point we can get an iNES ROM based NES music format off the ground.|
Import : POM | Export : POM, NSF
MIDI support : no
[mp3] audio demo by the official website
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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