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Arkos Tracker is a music composing tool that runs on a PC, but which can be used to create tunes for Amstrad, MSX and Spectrum.
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[[http://www.julien-nevo.com/arkos/ Arkos Homepage]]
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[[http://arkostracker.cpcscene.com/ Arkos Tracker Homepage]]
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Created by [[Targhan]] from [[Arkos]], '''Arkos Tracker''' is a music and sound effect composing tool that runs on a PC or Mac (i.e. it is not a CPC tool), but which can be used to create tunes for Amstrad, MSX and Spectrum computers.
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It is designed to create musics for [[AY| AY-3-8910]] and YM2149F sound chips (compatible variants).
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== History ==
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* it is the successor of [[STarKos]] who ran on real Amstrad CPC.
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== Versions ==
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* '''Arkos Tracker 1''' and its tools are built using the .NET framework. It is possible to run the tools, but not the Tracker itself, on Linux, using Mono.
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* '''Arkos Tracker 2''' is a rewrite of Arkos Tracker and is available natively for both Windows and Linux. It is written in C++ using the Juce toolkit.
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==Links==
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* [http://www.julien-nevo.com/arkos/ Arkos Homepage]
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* [http://arkostracker.cpcscene.com Arkos Tracker Homepage]
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[[Category:CrossDev]][[Category:Music and sound]]

Latest revision as of 20:47, 22 January 2021

Arkos Tracker on PC


Created by Targhan from Arkos, Arkos Tracker is a music and sound effect composing tool that runs on a PC or Mac (i.e. it is not a CPC tool), but which can be used to create tunes for Amstrad, MSX and Spectrum computers.

It is designed to create musics for AY-3-8910 and YM2149F sound chips (compatible variants).


History

  • it is the successor of STarKos who ran on real Amstrad CPC.


Versions

  • Arkos Tracker 1 and its tools are built using the .NET framework. It is possible to run the tools, but not the Tracker itself, on Linux, using Mono.
  • Arkos Tracker 2 is a rewrite of Arkos Tracker and is available natively for both Windows and Linux. It is written in C++ using the Juce toolkit.


Links