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2014 Additions Torrent now available

Sunday 1st March 2015

A torrent of all of the additions from 2014 has been generously generated by jantore and seeded ready for your leeching!

2014 Additions Direct Link

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Friday 12th December 2014

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Uploads back online

Thursday 8th May 2014

Updated: Ok, so we had some pretty major problems go undetected for a long time - our file hasher was not hashing properly and as such some modules have been overwritten with incorrect files, this has been fixed now. There are a few missing files but those are currently being  re-added to the archive, some were lost as far back as 2004!

If you spot any anomalies on your artist profiles, please get in touch as I'd like to fix them.  If you find modules on the archive which should belong on a certain profile, we would also like to know because we can add them manually. There are a lot of dormant profiles which we are more than happy to associate modules to, again, get on the forum so we can hash this out.

Pun totally intended.

- m0d

[s]I'm doing some corrective maintenance.
Uploads will be back up sometime tomorrow![/s]

DMF Support Added

Thursday 8th May 2014


Mod Archive now supports DMF format (X-Tracker).

This is experimental at the moment, and may pave the way forward for supporting more "classic" formats in the future.

Playable with XMPlay with this plugin (works in Wine too) or libopenmpt (comes with a cross-platform command line player, and input plugins for XMPlay, Winamp and Foobar2000).

Big thanks go to Saga Musix for helping with updating instrument parser.

Also, there has been some tweaks done to the site, unfortunately there are times when I've screwed something up and broken further down the chain, and I won't notice it for days - so if you spot something that isn't working anymore please get in touch.


20 years of Impulse Tracker

Sunday 16th February 2014

The end of this year will represent 20 years from when the first line of Impulse Tracker code was written. Jeffrey Lim, the author of one of the most popular DOS trackers of all times, announced an upcoming series of articles about how Impulse Tracker was created in a blog post. Additionally, a promise was made to release the original Impulse Tracker later this year.