Cheese Tracker is a program to create module music. It aims to have an interface and feature set similar to that of Impulse Tracker. It works on Unix systems and on Windows (using cygwin), but all the interface/audio code is fully modular and abstracted in individual classes, which should make the porting of this program to other platforms very easy.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Sound Synthesis|
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs that caused previous versions to crash, freeze, not compile, or be partially or totally unusable, depending on the user's system.
Release Notes: Support for Impulse Tracker's Ctrl+D selection command (Select 16 notes) was added. A bug that causes CheeseTracker to crash when working with selections was fixed.
Release Notes: With the help of libaudiofile, this release supports many formats that had to be treated as raw in previous versions, and WAV files load better than in previous versions. Some of the formats now supported include AIFF/AIFF-C, AU, and .voc. ADPCM-compressed and IEEE floating-point WAV files can now be loaded correctly, and several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A bug with selections in the Pattern Editor (F2) was fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds full support for stereo samples to the next-most-recent release. Additionally, better-than-stereo samples can be loaded and saved correctly (in CheeseTracker (*.ct) modules only), although they are still played back in stereo. There have been 3 prior releases of CheeseTracker that have gone unannounced on Freshmeat. These releases add better keyboard support, and the ability to load 24-bit and greater WAV files (which are however degraded to 16 bits in the process).