NoiseTracker

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NoiseTracker was a freeware tracker created 1989 for the Amiga platform.[1][2] It was based on the Ultimate Soundtracker and developed by Pex "Mahoney" Tufvesson and Anders “Kaktus” Berkeman.[3][4] It was used by Amiga game musicians to create music with four channels of sampled stereo sound. Additionally it was used by some music groups as a low cost alternative to a full studio for rudimentary backtrack music production. One of the users is Tomas Danko and it was also used by Axwell of Swedish House Mafia.[2]

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  1. ^ McDonald, Pat (1991-09-01). "Doing the do yourself". Amiga Format 26. pp. 36–37. Retrieved 2011-02-21. 
  2. ^ a b IDG: Noisetracker fyller 25 år
  3. ^ Wright, Mark (March 1998). "Retrospective - Karsten Obarski" (in englisch). textfiles.com. Retrieved 2011-02-11. 
  4. ^ Matsuoka, Claudio (2007-11-04). "Tracker History Graphing Project". helllabs.org. Retrieved 2011-01-29. Tracker History Graph 

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