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.

Fasttracker 2 (FT2) [ms-dos]
Free Download >>> Fasttracker_2_(FT2).zip
Fasttracker 2 (FT2)A popular tracker released in 1994 by the demogroup Triton. Support for the Gravis Ultrasound and SoundBlaster sound cards.
Audio plugin support : no
Import : MOD, XM | Export : XM, WAV
MIDI support : yes, for SB16 (SoundBlaster card)

Impulse Tracker [ms-dos]
Free Download >>> Impulse_Tracker.zip
Impulse TrackerA popular audio tracker on MS-DOS. Maximum of 256 internal channels.
Import : IT, MOD, MTM, S3M, XM, 669, PTM, FAR | Export : IT, S3M
MIDI support : no

[mp3] audio demo by Jeffrey Lim

Scream Tracker [ms-dos]
Free Download >>> Scream_Tracker.zip
Scream TrackerA popular tracker in the 1990s. It has 32 channels. It can also handle up to nine FM-synthesis channels on sound cards using the popular OPL2/3/4 chipsets, and, unusually, can play digital and FM instruments at the same time.
Audio plugin support : no
Import : S3M | Export : S3M
MIDI support : no

[mp3] audio demo by Cerror (original module composed by Noboyuki and Kodaka)

Skale Tracker [ms-dos/windows]
Free Download >>> Skale_Tracker.zip
Skale TrackerCompletely based on Fast Tracker 2 environment. 256 virtual channels. Old MS-DOS full screen mode or WINDOWS mode.
Audio plugin support : native, VST, VSTi
Import : SKM, MOD, XM | Export : SKM, MOD, XM, WAV
MIDI support : yes

[mp3] audio demo by Victor Vergara Lujan (aka Awesome)

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