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PixiTracker
« on: 2013-Nov-23 »
For those of you who have heard of or used SunVox (of which there is a simple wrapper for somewhere in the forum) & also those of you that haven't, the creators website has a host of other goodies which are great fun & also useful.

One of which is PixiTracker(http://warmplace.ru/soft/pixitracker/), a very simple tracker that comes in 2 versions (16bit HQ Audio  & 1bit Old computer style audio). I have only played with the Windows one but versions are available for Linux/Mac/iOS/Android. Basically it's a no frills/no fuss tracker that come with quite a few sounds & to me is just perfect for retro style tunes.

The other stuff on the site includes various soft synths which are pretty much unique in my eyes & obviously SunVox. All that I looked at had a video or few showing what each one does & I have linked the 1bit PixiTracker below.

Go visit & have some fun  :D :D

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Re: PixiTracker
« Reply #1 on: 2013-Nov-23 »
Dafuq... thats cool man!
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Re: PixiTracker
« Reply #2 on: 2013-Nov-23 »
JOJOJ!!! MFK!!! this it's really really cool, I always thinked in make somthing with audio and video... Really cool app.
I have a question, the audio , how you have pitch, are samples or you use some librarie for make the effects...

Really interesting and very cool app, perhaps for DJ or Chiptunners can be very interesting...


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Re: PixiTracker
« Reply #3 on: 2013-Nov-23 »
The pitch is selected by the piano type keyboard at the top. There is no effects that I have come across yet & yes they are samples 44.1khz uncompressed mono wav files. The forum linked on the site is very useful & helpful.

There will be more features added from what I read on the forum so I will be checking back regularly for updates  :good:

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Re: PixiTracker
« Reply #4 on: 2013-Nov-23 »
This looks like it would be quick to compose with. Useful for small games.

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Re: PixiTracker
« Reply #5 on: 2013-Nov-23 »
thanks fuzzy, i will check it out! :good: really cool stuff.