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I see, it does play S3Ms with the FM patches complete, but seems to ignore module loop points (such as the Bxx command). But seeing as it is apparently the only Android module player app to support it, it may therefore be the only option other than TMA's web-based player.

Are there any module players on Android that support emulation of the OPL2 FM chip in S3M modules, or am I stuck with using TMA's online player for those?

PC Players / DeliPlayer on Windows 10
« on: February 08, 2021, 23:09:45 »
Yesterday I stumbled upon DeliPlayer, one of those module players listed under Recommended players here at TMA. I downloaded and installed it on Windows 10 64-bit, but it did not work. However I messed with the compatibility settings and made it to run under compatibility mode for Windows XP Service Pack 3, and it works.

Sampling / Using samples licensed under GPL
« on: April 23, 2020, 04:05:38 »
I came across some soundfonts that were GPL-licensed.

They said the samples themselves are also covered under GPL, which seems weird because GPL is for code.

Do I state Mod Archive Distrubution License under the Mod Archive's front and specify GPL in module message?

Tracking / Re: Does Open MPT have OPL support, and should it have it?
« on: January 06, 2020, 20:43:00 »
As of now, OpenMPT now supports OPL emulation on S3M and MPTM modules.

Sampling / Latin drum samples...
« on: January 05, 2020, 19:49:01 »
I've been hunting for samples of Latin drums (bongos, congas, etc.). Not restricted to a hard high and low opens only. I mean every hit that had to be made.

I may already have some at my disposal from sites that allow non-commercial redistribution of raw samples and some CC-licensed ones which I used in my later mods, but any other sources without the "no redistribution of raw samples" clause?

Sampling / Re: .wav to 8-bit 8363Hz .pcm converter
« on: February 20, 2015, 10:22:00 »
8-bit 8363 hz? The latest ModPlug Tracker has a feature that can do that. Use the Resample feature, then the Convert to 8-bit feature.

And if you use the IT or S3M format, you can get 16-bit 44100hz samples straight to your module.

The S3M format supports 16-bit samples, but the only known tracker to implement this capability is the Open ModPlug Tracker.

You can also have 44096Hz samples in XM modules.

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