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Amiga Music Preservation => Announcements => Topic started by: Asle on January 01, 2022, 09:08:18

Title: 2022
Post by: Asle on January 01, 2022, 09:08:18
Dear readers,

And here we are, once again ! It's a new year that starts today.
So to everyone; in the name of the AMP team; I wish you all the best for 2022.

 Once again, 2021 was barely different than 2020 - which was strange, in many ways !

 As usual, I would thank everyone who has sent us information and/or material to enrich the collection. We saw once again a steady flow of material this past year. Many people, again , reached out ! and that's really appreciated.
 Should anyone wishes to upload stuff (http://"https://amp.dascene.net/upload/"), please make sure it has clear authorship (add a text file if not) !

 News-wise, 2021 was mostly uneventful for AMP. Curt Cool was still the upload beast we know and love, and Monty did some fine-tuning server wise.

 Some figures:
 new musics : 3.585
 updated musics : 230
 new author : 365
 removed author (merge/fix/etc.) : 15
 updated author : 377

Be safe.

The AMP team
Title: A backwards compatible tracker for Android?
Post by: Wooddragononfire on March 09, 2022, 03:09:46
Hello mighty upholders of the nostalgic modules! Does there exist any tracker for Android that can digests xms mods, etc? Help me! Thank you!
Title: Re: 2022
Post by: a tiny pony on July 19, 2022, 05:17:35
zxtune plays most common module formats and emulates some chip hardware formats like c64's SID and Sega Mega Drive's yamaha YM2612
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=app.zxtune&hl=en_AU&gl=US (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=app.zxtune&hl=en_AU&gl=US)
Plus you can browse AMP with it


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facepalm, here's me not reading properly.
Not a lot of android-native options - trackers are VERY keyboard-centric so the touchscreen is a big disincentive. That said, if you get yerself a bluetooth keyboard (i recommend rii's mini bluetooth ones. they've got nice clicky buttons instead of rubber calculator-style ones. A mechanical keyboard it ain't, but) then you can mess around with emulating and using a tracker the way the good lord intended:
Thank you for coming to my ted talk.