NitroTracker is an FT2 style music tracker for the Nintendo DS. Download it by clicking the image above.
Say hello to a new, although crappy and slightly unfinished NitroTracker song, Mysrysare!
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The long wait is over! Finally, NitroTracker v0.4 by 0xtob has been released to the public! I’ve been beta testing it for a while and helped iron out some wrinkles. It has a bunch of new features, like envelopes, sample panning and volume column editing, and a lot of small bug fixes.
Gogogogo and grab it, and get yourself a good chip samplepack to get started with!
Here’s a bunch of loopable samples of essential chip sounds (Square, PWM, sawtooth, triangle, sine wave+a couple of variations) Works on NitroTracker or any other tracker that supports .wav samples.
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I present to you my first XM created with NitroTracker, called The Quest For Red Diamond. It’s a remake of an LSDj tune but it ended becoming a whole new song. It consists almost solely of samples that I’ve synthesized myself. (The hi-hat and snare were taken from som kit, the rest is by me)
I recommend you to only play the XM in NitroTracker. NT’s volume envelopes are a bit different from those of regular XM players, so some of the instruments will sound a bit tacky if played with anything but NitroTracker.
Now I’m just hoping for some feature requests for NitroTracker to come true, mainly stereo playback.
Oh, NitroTracker isn’t related to me, but got it’s name from the code name for Nintendo DS, which was Nitro. ou can still see a trace of this in that the model number for the original NDS is NTR-001.