MilkyTracker 1.0.0      

Size:   1.14MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2017-04-03

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OS:  Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8/10

Downloads:   7702

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Software Product Description

Milkytracker is a free music creation tool that was inspired on Fast Tracker 2 (a popular MS-DOS tracker for the PC). It attempts to recreate the module replay and user experience of the popular DOS tracker Fasttracker II, with special playback modes available for improved Amiga ProTracker 2.x/3.x compatibility.

MilkyTracker is not "another Windows tracker" which should already be obvious by the plethora of supported desktop and portable platforms. In fact it started as a project to bring tracking to the Pocket PC. When this milestone was reached, the next one was creating a truly FT2 compatible tracker for portable as well as modern desktop platforms.


  • Fasttracker II like, custom graphical user interface with context menus
  • Very accurate .XM replay compared to Ft2
  • ProTracker 2.x & 3.x playback modes for playing and editing .MOD files
  • Supported on multiple platforms including hand-held devices
  • Alternative edit modes for new users and Ft2 veterans
  • Imports over 30 different module formats
  • Internal file browser option
  • Disk (.WAV) recorder
  • Module size optimizer
  • Possibility to edit songs live (during playback)
  • Powerful sample editor featuring waveform generators
  • Powerful instrument editor featuring envelope zooming and scaling
  • Prospective pattern view option
  • Low latency audio driver support
  • MIDI In support
  • Various font sizes for improved visibility of pattern data



Reviewer: -Achifaifa

Review Date: 2010-07-28

Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Apparently, the guys who reviewed this have no idea about chiptunes or multitracks. The purpose of this software is not recording multiple instruments or editing high quality audio, it's just a 8-16 bit tracker. And believe me, if you want to start with chiptunes, it's one of the best trackers available.


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