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Jeskola Buzz
« on: September 02, 2017, 08:34:19 »

Hi guys,

I fondly remember the 1995 Jeskola Buzz!
Looked it up online, it's the king of all trackers!
Combining basically an unlimited amount of tracking channels, with the power of VST (-alike) plugins, using 32 bit FFP output (higher than even HD DVD sound at 24 bit),

It's extensions are .bmx files.

Don't know why it hasn't been added to the modarchive, considering that it's probably the pinnacle of the 1990's tracking for me!
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Re: Jeskola Buzz
« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2017, 12:05:15 »

1995? The first versions didn't pop up until around late 1997 or early 1998 to the best of my knowledge.

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using 32 bit FFP output (higher than even HD DVD sound at 24 bit)
i.e. like every modern audio application these days.

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Don't know why it hasn't been added to the modarchive, considering that it's probably the pinnacle of the 1990's tracking for me!
We currently only support "stand-alone" formats that are not tied to a specific application (there must be at least one cross-platform library supporting the playback of supported formats) and that do not require external resources (such as VST plugins).
If you want a module archive that also hosts BMX files, try ModLand.
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