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Tracking / Re: IT tracker for Mac
« on: July 09, 2009, 19:00:44 »
Schism Tracker looks like Impulse Tracker...
I meant the color. It is an odd brown color.
I have temporarily gone with the Renoise demo

Tracking / Re: IT tracker for Mac
« on: June 15, 2009, 22:55:22 »
I thought of that, but I would like something native to mac osx so i don't need to boot in windows mode every time i want to track. and no, i don't feel like paying for parallels just to track.

Tracking / Re: IT tracker for Mac
« on: June 15, 2009, 22:28:14 »
Schism Tracker looks weird, and Chibi Tracker has a lot of bugs.

Tracking / IT tracker for Mac
« on: June 12, 2009, 05:08:15 »
I'm getting a new macbook and I want a tracker for it. I use the IT format, but the only program I can find is Renoise. I would like something that is free.
(I have been using ModPlug on my windows computer and now am switching to a mac)
Anyone know a good tracker for macs that supports IT?

The Lobby / Re: Need For Madness Music
« on: April 03, 2009, 17:12:50 »
Fasten your seat belts... I have the answer! You will need Winzip (optional), and a mod tracker. I use Modplug Tracker ( Here is what you do:
1. Go to and search need for madness.
2. Download it, then install it.
3. Go to your C: drive, into program files, and into NeedforMadness_at.
4. Go into music. You will see a bunch of .zipo files. There are two things you can do: unzip them with winzip, or open them with Modplug Tracker.
5. Once they are open, click File, Save as Wave of Mp3, whichever you like more.
6. You need to do this for each track individually.
7. Enjoy. I have artists' names if you want them.

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