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What is MadTracker?
Yannick Delwiche’s MadTracker is a music composer’s tool that makes use of the tracker pattern+command technique of song creation. Equipped with a sleek, simple interface designed to promote ultimate efficiency in the song authoring process, it can be run on dual-screen setups as well as further improve user access and can be accessed in either French or English.
The program provides support for up to 64 tracks at once: each track can have 4 channels (polyphonic). Pitches have 40-bit precision and volume ramping has 48-bit precision so that the composer gets the closest sound possible to what he envisions. Resonant filtering is available for instruments and the program supports VST 2.3 instruments and audio effects. An equalizer and other audio track effects are also supplied with the software, which is compatible with ReWire technology, which means users can simply add it to an already setup audio authoring system provided both are compatible with ReWire.
Another special feature of MadTracker is its inbuilt chat feature. Intended for online users who tend to work in teams or on collaborative projects, this facilitates the multi-author composition process by providing authors with an easy way to communicate without leaving the program.
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Last updated: : August 21, 2014