XM (file format)
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XM, standing for "extended module", is an audio file type introduced by Triton's FastTracker 2. XM introduced multisampling-capable instruments with volume and panning envelopes, and basic pattern compression. It also expanded the available effect commands and channels, added 16-bit sample support, and offered an alternative frequency table for portamentos.
XM is a common format for many chiptunes.
- Xmplay is a freeware audio player for Windows which supports XM files
- MilkyTracker – A free software cross-platform XM tracker
- libmikmod – A free software library for using .XM
- ModPlug – Old modplug website
- libmodplug – A free software library for playing and using .XM (with a front end can convert XM files)
- BASSMOD – A proprietary library for using .XM and a XM player
- foo_dumb – A foobar2000 plug-in for .XM format
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