License: Demo
Downloads: 5
Op. System: Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/98
Last updated: 2013-08-06
File size: 1 MB
Publisher: ModPlug Central

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OpenMPT is being developed since 1997 and has grown a lot since then. Here, you can find some of the key features of the tracker. General * Native and fast Windows GUI * No installation needed * VST effects and VST instruments supported * DirectX audio filters supported * Fully configurable keyboard layout (OpenMPT comes with key maps in various flavours including Impulse Tracker and Fasttracker 2 style) * Support for multiple sequences ("songs") in one file * Support for custom tunings * Suitable for live performances: Queue patterns, automate VST parameters using a MIDI keyboard, start and stop your modules with MIDI messages... Editor features * True multiple document interface - open many modules at the same time and Copy&paste between them! * Tabbed layout * Support for drag and drop in various places * Fast access to various places through the treeview: Load modules, samples and instruments directly from the treeview's built-in File Browser * Up to 127 channels for editing (256 virtual channels) * Two editor modes: FT2 and IT notation * Many supported sample and instrument formats: WAV, XI, PAT, S3I, SMP, ITS, RAW, AIF, 8SVX, DLS, SF2, XI, ITI and more! These are the noteworthy improvements and changes in OpenMPT Reading song message in 669, AMS, DMF, Far, ULT and MTM files and reading modules from ZIP files could lead to crashes in the previous version. Fixed crashes with ASIO devices and another crash that would happen in Quad Surround mode. Clipboard entries can now be renamed in the Pattern Clipboard Manager by double-clicking them. When using Insert Rows, the selection is not cleared anymore, allowing the user to execute the same command several times in a row. When converting to MOD or XM, --- and +++ order items are automatically removed and pattern jump commands are updated accordingly. These items are also no longer supported when saving XM files. And more...

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