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CheeseTracker is an Impulse Tracker clone created by Juan Linietsky (who is also known as Reduz). It is a tracker. It is licensed under the GNU General Public License. It runs under GNU/Linux and Mac OS X. Impulse Tracker 2. ... ModPlug Tracker in Fast Tracker 2 colors mode Tracker is the generic term for a class of software music sequencers which, in their purest form, allow the user to arrange sound samples stepwise on a timeline across several monophonic channels. ... The GNU logo The GNU General Public License (GNU GPL or simply GPL) is a widely-used free software license, originally written by Richard Stallman for the GNU project. ... Linux (IPA pronunciation: ) is a Unix-like computer operating system. ... Mac OS X (official IPA pronunciation: ) is a line of proprietary, graphical operating systems developed, marketed, and sold by Apple Inc. ...

Since version 0.8 it makes use of the Qt graphical toolkit. It has a JACK Audio Connection Kit driver, thus its sound can be easily routed into other audio software. It is possible to route the instruments through internal and external LADSPA effects. Image File history File links Cheesetracker-shot. ... In computer programming, the Qt toolkit is a cross-platform graphical widget toolkit for the development of GUI programs. ... The JACK Audio Connection Kit or JACK is a sound server or daemon that provides low latency connections between so-called jackified applications. ... LADSPA is an acronym for Linux Audio Developers Simple Plugin API. It is an LGPLed standard interface for handling filters, effects and the like in Linux-based operating systems. ...

Version 0.9.1 can be found on two LiveCDs, dyne:bolic and AGNULA's LiveCD, with these CheeseTracker can be used without installing GNU/Linux or owning an Apple computer. AGNULA is A GNU Linux Audio distribution. ...

Linietsky announced that he was "no longer able to work on CheeseTracker."[1] and released his last version (0.9.9) in April 23, 2004.

In 2007, J. Phelps continued with the development and he's released unofficial versions of CheeseTracker dubbed up to "Unofficial Release 0.9.12", which fixes several bugs. With help from J. Martín, his work was moved to Cheesetracker Sourceforge project, where maintenance and positive development continues today.

Schism Tracker is another free Impulse Tracker clone that aims to be an exact replica - with exactly the same graphical user interface. Schism Tracker is a free software music sequencer that can run on Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, MorphOS or Windows, for example. ...

External links

Free software Portal
  • Cheesetracker project site
  • Cheesetracker's home (2004)
  • ChibiTracker - Impulse Tracker clone by Juan Linietsky

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  1. ^ Public announcement of the abandomnent of CheeseTracker, 2001

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Tales of the Racoon Fink: Music Archives (1629 words)
The closest thing to a real tracker is Cheesetracker, with SoundTracker not too far behind, but both of them are buggy and incomplete, and are not terribly portable.
I've got cheesetracker building on MacOSX, but it dies a horrible death as soon as you try to load a module.
It's worth $300 to me to not need to learn a whole new set of tools, especially when tracking is much more suited to the way I write than the standard audio tools out there, which are much more geared towards linear editing, or sequencing fixed-sized chunks of audio.
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