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kapowaz:
I've just started digging through my old collection of MOD files I accumulated a few years ago (I think mostly from BTTR) so that I can convert them into MP3s to listen to on the move etc. I've been using xmp (xmp.sourceforge.net) but it doesn't seem to be able to play the majority of Amiga MOD formats (things like jp. and bp. files). Can anyone recommend any other tool (for Mac OS X, preferably command-line that can just output raw PCM audio) for the job?

Asle:
Hey,

 I'd say that the easiest (and accurate) way to convert formats like these is to go to Exotica's nice front-end for Modland:
http://www.exotica.org.uk/wiki/Special:Modland
 There, you'll undoubtedly find again the musics you talked about, and you'll be able to convert them to OGG/MP3 at will. The replay behind is UADE which is the closest replay you'll get :)

 Hope this help !

Cheers
Sylvain

kapowaz:
Thanks for the quick reply! That seems like a cool tool, but it handles the encoding itself, so I can't be more specific about encoding format. This tool you mention (UADE), is it available cross-platform?

kapowaz:
I really should have googled first before asking that; not only is it available, but it's even available through HomeBrew. Perfect!

Asle:

--- Quote from: kapowaz on August 22, 2012, 11:07:29 ---I really should have googled first before asking that; not only is it available, but it's even available through HomeBrew. Perfect!

--- End quote ---
yup, was going to answer that :)
Have fun.

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