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#1 ivop OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012 6:17 AM

Judging by the number of downloads, there's either no interest or it was not such a good idea to post it on my blog only :)

I reverse engineered the file format used by Raster's Music Tracker. By Stephen's suggestion, here's a link to my blog entry.

http://www.atariage....mt-file-format/

This might make it easier to write converters, instrument editors and/or an open source tracker ;)

#2 Sikor OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012 6:36 AM

Why you dont search for it? Look here: http://atariki.krap....T_(format_pliku)

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Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012 9:03 AM

Judging by the number of downloads, there's either no interest or it was not such a good idea to post it on my blog only :)

I reverse engineered the file format used by Raster's Music Tracker. By Stephen's suggestion, here's a link to my blog entry.

http://www.atariage....mt-file-format/

This might make it easier to write converters, instrument editors and/or an open source tracker ;)


Thank you very much. It's really much appreciated.
The downside of this, the excuse for me to develop further my "sound designer" are dwindelling.

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Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012 9:32 AM

Judging by the number of downloads, there's either no interest or it was not such a good idea to post it on my blog only :)

I reverse engineered the file format used by Raster's Music Tracker. By Stephen's suggestion, here's a link to my blog entry.

http://www.atariage....mt-file-format/

This might make it easier to write converters, instrument editors and/or an open source tracker ;)


Thank you very much. It's really much appreciated.
The downside of this, the excuse for me to develop further my "sound designer" are dwindelling.

The more tools, the better. Or just keep working on it for fun :)

#5 ivop OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012 11:05 AM

Why you dont search for it? Look here: http://atariki.krap....T_(format_pliku)


Recently, in another thread, somebody asked if the RMT format was open and described somewhere. Nobody answered that question. I have googled extensively, but alas, I did not find the page you mention. Well, I had fun RE-ing it and writing an rmtdump utility :)

#6 Sikor OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012 1:24 PM

O.k. atariki.krap.pl is great knowledge base of many atari's things.

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Posted Thu Jun 28, 2012 5:34 AM

Thanks. I'll make sure I'll check that site, too, next time!

#8 Creature XL OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Jun 28, 2012 7:35 AM

O.k. atariki.krap.pl is great knowledge base of many atari's things.

I was not sure what you wanted to tell us with your link above. As I got an (almost) empty page in polish.
Do you really see any contents on that page? I only see an empty Wiki-page with this text:

RMT (format pliku

(Nie ma jeszcze artykułu o tym tytule. Wybierz Edytuj by go rozpocząć.)



EDIT:
when I put RMT in the search box I get this URL:
http://atariki.krap...._(format_pliku)
and there is the contents :)


EDIT2:
Now I got it. The ")" in your link is missing / not inside the URL :)

Edited by Creature XL, Thu Jun 28, 2012 7:37 AM.






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