Author Topic: midi -> modplug  (Read 589 times)

Offline atomicon

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midi -> modplug
« on: March 06, 2013, 00:27:15 »
not actually... more midi -> fasttracker.

I've written an application that converts midi to XM as accurately as possible (it servers my needs ntl)
I use this small application to convert my compositions on my xp-80 to XM/modplug (then I rearrange it) but it's also usable on other midi's

(a fair warning: don't use too complex midi's... as I said.. I use it on my own compositions) but it's capable to convert other midi's

Usage: (I've included a sample midi)
go to your directory where you've unpacking it....
run: amvc
type: atomicon.mid (or atomicon.. i strip the extension)

a fresh xm is made, load in into modplug... apply samples/VSTi (please convert the song to IT first... with the XM settings on => hell)

You can download it here to try.
www.atomicon.nl/acv.zip

please remember this is highly experimental! (for me it gets the job done)

Offline LPChip

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Re: midi -> modplug
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2013, 12:02:15 »
Is it that much better than this? http://www.un4seen.com/mid2xm.html
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Offline atomicon

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Re: midi -> modplug
« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2013, 13:35:52 »
i wouldn't say better... I suppose for some more convenient. this thing produces 256-rows XM files and tries to rearrange the chords on rows.