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2009-02-09, 07:27
Anyone else besides me that uses this program? ;)

Short post.. but hey. I still would like to know.

2009-02-09, 09:21
Jupp :) Me is using this fine prg from time to time...

2009-02-09, 16:48
I also use it sometimes when I want to listen to my odl amiga mods and fasttracker xm :D
It playes the songs axact as they should be played :D

Sir Garbagetruck
2009-02-09, 18:35
Powertrace: well, MOST of them. For the Soundtracker 15 instrument and some noisetracker bits, you still need uade or an Amiga.

Hmm. I shall bug the Titan peeps to get their butts over here and discuss their tracker (:

2009-02-09, 18:47
Ok that's good to know :D
Though I only made mods in protracker so that won't be an issue?

2009-02-09, 22:33
Milkytracker (http://www.milkytracker.net) is intended to be a replacement tracker for FT2 users, with the aim of achieving near-perfect FT2 playback - bugs included! As a bonus Milkytracker also handles Protracker MODs very well (check out the Amiga resamplers for a more authentic sound), as well as various other formats. With version 0.80 (released April 2008) the tracker has more or less reached its goal and can be considered complete (although the development version has multiple bug-fixes and some new features).

Milkytracker development is currently sporadic, due to its virtually complete status and lack of time on the part of pailes (the main developer) and myself - but since Milkytracker is now open-source anyone with a bit of C++ knowledge is free to contribute any improvements that keep to the main philosophy; Milkytracker is a 2nd generation tracker and intends to stay that way.

Sorry if this sounds a bit like a Wikipedia article. If you want to know more, talk to other Milkytracker users, or are interested in contributing or helping to develop Milkytracker then please join our (mostly) friendly community (http://www.milkytracker.net/?community) :)

2009-02-10, 01:47
I use it to see the notes when remixing a module. For that it's great.

2009-02-10, 09:13
Milkytracker is a 2nd generation tracker and intends to stay that way.

This sentence caught my eye. How are trackers divided into different generations? Just curious.

2009-02-11, 01:36
I haven't seen Milkytracker before, looks quite like a good old FT2 indeed :) I was using FT2 for years and still remember most of its keyboard shortcuts.

2009-02-13, 12:37
Its a decent program indeed..

2009-02-14, 03:16
Milky is a powerful tool ;)
I also use the Windows CE version on my Handy :D

2009-03-02, 07:26
i use it :)

2009-07-18, 08:36
I use milkytracker! =)

2009-09-23, 15:49
i've done some chiptunes and stuff in milky. i grew up with FT2.
FL-studio for the more serious projects though.

2009-12-05, 18:41
I use MilkyTracker too. It's my favorite tracker on i386 architectures. Renoise is another fine tracker too, but you need a more powerfull PC for it.